We would all love to look like the above picture right? Well, I don’t know why it is, but being tan just looks better, maybe because it hides all the flaws. Don’t get me wrong, I do think some people can pull off the pale look, and actually look drop dead gorgeous! For example, Nicole Kidman with her flawless porcelain skin, NOT FAIR!
- Option number two: Going to the tanning salon and having a machine spray you down. This is a great option, very quick, but can also be expensive, up to $30 per visit. Golden Tan is now offering a great deal on their Versa Spa spray tans, $80 a month for unlimited spray tanning. I know, it’s still kind of expensive, but if you want to maintain this kind of tan, you’ll want to go in about every 6 or 7 days.
■ Fast: Get tan in 2 minutes■ Comfortable: Heated spray makes for a comfortable experience, with warm air blow-dry after every treatment.■ Mist-free: EZ-2BREATH technology makes for a completely mist-free treatment.
- Option number three: Do it yourself. I have been using this SalonBronze at home air brush tanning. It works pretty well, just can be a little tricky trying to apply it yourself. It’s also very messy. So the best way to apply would be in the shower, and have someone else spray it on so you can get it even. Don’t spray too close, and use a blow dryer immediately afterwards to dry. You can find it for $25 on Amazon (click on name above), or you can get it at Sally’s Beauty Supply.
- Option number four: Tantowels I have found these to be VERY easy to use costing about $1.50 per towel. Just wear rubber gloves to keep your hands from turning brown. Applying the self tanner with the towel just seems to work very well because it’s just like rubbing a thick wet wipe all over your body making it easy to prevent any streaks.
- Option number five: Last but not least, if you break out easily, you’ll want to use Taunt and Tan. I get it from my esthetician, it’s oil free, specifically made for acne prone skin. Price $38.95, but lasts FOREVER!