(Closed) Best at-home tanner?

posted 12 years ago in Beauty
Post # 3
815 posts
Busy bee

Neutrogena Micro Mist spray!  I posted something like this once, and that was the recommendation I got.  I tried it and it was perfect.  It didn’t look fake, and it was really easy to apply.  I had ONE blotch on my wrist, but that was totally my fault–I was watching the SYTYCD finale and absentmindedly scratched my wrist. lol

Post # 4
937 posts
Busy bee
  • Wedding: September 2009

Fake Bake! I have tried ALL the other tanners and it’s the best by far. I use the lotion kind (not the spray kind) and my only tricks are to put lotion on my face, elbows, hands, knees, and feet/toes just before putting it on. If I don’t lotion my face first I feel like the tanner is a little too dark for my face so the lotion helps tone it down a bit. It’s definitely more pricey than some of the other self-tanners but I think it’s worth it because I get a darker, more natural-looking, and longer lasting tan than anything else has given me. I tried Neutrogena Micro Mist again the other day because I thought it would be easy to do my hands and feet with a mist rather than a lotion and a few days later my feet were so orangey and blotchy. I scrubbed and scrubbed and it took over a week for my feet to look norman again. Everyone is different though so you might have to try a few to find what works best for you and what looks the most natural on you.

Post # 5
374 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2010

St. Tropez. I have converted 4 friends that love this stuff. I was on the hunt for a great self tanner for like 2 years and this is by far the best ever. I promise you wont regret it!

Post # 6
1188 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: March 2010

I’m a fan of the fake bake lotion, too!  I’m very fair and it looks really good and natural on my skin.

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