What does Spring bring? Flowers? Robins? Bare arms and legs that havn’t seen daylight for 6 months? Yes, Minneapolis did have an April snow, but that will not keep us from busting out tank tops and shorts. But what do you do to prevent people from mistaking your arms and legs for the recently fallen snow?
Self tan. Yes, I realize that this brings about visions of orange palms and streaky limbs, but there are some great products out there. With a little practice and these tips you can achieve a beautiful, “natural” tan.
Dry, flaky skin will grab the color of the self tanner. Make sure that you have used a good scrub in the shower or tub before you tan. Be sure to pay special attention to elbows, knees and heels.
Again, dry skin grabs color and this will give you a blotchy effect.
- Tinted Self Tanners
Using a self tanner that is already tinted will allow you to see where you are applying the color. This prevents you from missing areas and having an uneven tan. Backs of legs, underside of upper arms,and tops of feet are all areas that are often forgotten until the tanner develops