Saturday, October 22, 2011

Zombie Boy Rick Genest in a hypnotising ad for concealer

'Zombie Boy' Rick Genest has based a career on his eerie appearance, with his full body skeleton tattoos appearing in Nicola Formichetti's Mugler shows, Lady Gaga videos and young children's night terrors. 

And maybe my more sexy dreams too. That suit, mmmhmm.

It's curious that he's now endorsing DermaBlend Face and Body Concealer, designed to hide markings without flaking or rubbing off. Which - from this video posted on YouTube by the company - seems to be pretty darn effective. I haven't tried it yet, but it looks like it could be worthwhile for anyone wanting to cover up tatts, birthmarks or the forehead hickeys my boyfriend likes to give me when I'm sleeping. Check out the video below, the coverage is insane!


  1. Unbelievable. I hadn't heard about this at all, and I'm glad that you did a post. The video is just so amazing. I wonder how long it took the crew to get him all covered? Thanks!

  2. Isn't it crazy? I can't imagine how much make-up remover it would have taken to clean him up!


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