Here are a few tips to help you hide those varicose veins and have your legs look great in a bikini.
I can’t stress enough the value of applying self-tanning lotions to look good in a bikini. As you can guess, having a good self-tanned skin is the first step to hide those pesky veins.
Use special leg makeup or buy face makeup that is thick and long lasting. Special concealing foundation makeup sold to hide skin problems can be particularly helpful, especially if you need to hide large spider veins or you have a large number of them. This type of coverup, which can usually be found in specialty makeup stores, should be mixed with body lotion for better absorption and a more natural look.
Use special compression stockings for several days before showing yourself in a bikini. These types of stockings not only hide spider veins, but they also minimize them if used regularly. I recommend at least a week of wearing them regularly and you’ll notice a big difference in “flatness” and color “intensity”.
In extreme cases, I recommend using sarongs or similar coverings to hide spider veins while at the beach. Colorful sarongs are perfect for minimizing the look of spider veins, but are still sheer enough to allow sun to get through and they don’t make you look like you’re hiding anything.