In the lifetime quest of the best foundation in the market, here comes a budding contender—a bottle that can cover up even tattoos!

Marie Claire shared the before and after pics of Instagram user @angeline_heartless—a testimony of the amazing coverage of Kat Von D's Lock-It Foundation. 

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Imagine how this bottle can conceal dark circles, zits, and uneven skin tone, right?

Apart from being mega-pigmented, this foundation is also long-wearing (a full 24-hours as their websit says so!), has a velvety matte finish, and is offered in a wide array of shades. Plus, it's cruelty-free (doesn't test on animals) and vegan. It retails for $35 on the Kat Von D website.

Although this brand isn't officially available here in the Philippines yet, you can entrust these foundations that can do the same job of covering *everything.*

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1. This pro makeup find can camouflage birthmarks, tattoos, zits, and other skin discolorations.


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Cinema Secrets Ultimate Foundation, at SM Megamall Department Store, Makati Department Store, Landmark Trinoma Department Store, Landmark Makati Department Store, PCX Power Plant Mall, and PCX Alabang Town Center

2. Another professional find that provides superb coverage—yes, it can also mask everything. The best part? It's waterproof!


Kryolan DermaColour Camouflage Liquid, at SM North EDSA

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3. Here's a product that everyday women rely on when it comes to covering adult acne.


Make Up For Ever Ultra HD Foundation Stick, at SM Megamall

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