(Closed) getting rid of tan lines…

posted 10 years ago in Beauty
Post # 3
293 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: November 2008

I can promise you that what I am about to say is as good advice as can be had. MOST IMPORTANTLY try out the tanning products well in advance,  Dont try ANYTHING new the weeks leading up to your wedding.  I think Chanel is my favourite but I also like L’Oreal, and Estee Lauder and if you can get it LANCASTER is fantastic.  Get the LIGHT shade and the thing that bothers me most about many of them, is I smell the product all the time, even when I just get out of the shower and hop into bed–I can smell it.  Even tho my Fiance says he doesnt we can be walking through a grocery store or sitting in the car and I can smell some of the different products–SO PICK ONE that either you cannot smell or that you like the scent–you dont want to make a sense memory of your wedding vis a vis your self tanner! Beyond that almost all of the products now are really good.  You need to practice too!

Post # 4
1813 posts
Buzzing bee

I am pretty pasty, and I have used the one from Bare Escentuals before….I added a think layer to my legs, and my Future Sister-In-Law actually thought I’d gotten that much sun, LOL…for your wedding, you may want to get professionally airbrush tanned…

Post # 5
1238 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2008

I get my tan personally airbrushed. I am very pale with freckles and I refuse to go into the sun or a tanning bed.  Katie has been doing my tans for over a year.  She is the owner of Kona Tanning



Post # 7
1458 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: August 2008

I would suggest a spray tan, though to avoid this myself, all summer I’ve been outside in a tube top shirt or bathing suit with no neck straps. I knew they would be uber hard to get rid of, especially on me.

Post # 8
1061 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: September 2008

Vee, I’m exactly where you are! I have stupid bikini tan lines all over my chest and they look horrible and definitely won’t fade in a month. I’m nervous about using anything, so I think I’m just going to try laying out in a tube top and seeing if they go away. But please keep us posted with what you choose to go with!

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