Post # 1
I wear fairly minimal make up and basically have no idea what I’m doing, or what might help in this situation.
Heres my dilemma; I’m a bridesmaid in a wedding this weekend. Two weeks ago, whilst out playing sport all day, I accidentally got a bit sunburnt which has faded now, but I have a really obvious t-shirt line across my upper arms and neck line. What if anything can I buy to help cover this up? A bronzer? Powder or cream? Something else entirely?
Post # 3
go in a tanning booth naked! that does the trick for me 🙂
Post # 4
Thanks. I had a bad experience with a spray tan a few years ago (I had a reaction on my skin). I’d like to avoid it if there’s another doable option that I can test on my skin somewhere out of sight!
Post # 5
Had the same situation with needing to cover tan lines recently. Try any of the Jergens Natural Glow products. If you have a week, I’d recommend the regular cremes, not the “express” creme as that did cause some mild streaking for me. But otherwise, they worked great!
Post # 6
@Contented_J: I would look into an organic spray tan ( wax free). I have VERY sensitive and acne prone skin– yet it has given me no issues and also is better than the booth sprays and of course WAY better than tanning beds.
Post # 7
I love neutrogena micro mist airbrush spray tan! Ive tried alot of stuff and swear by It! It comes in a light medium and dark. I get it for 9.99 a can at Walmart. Walgreens and Cvs has it as well but usually a few dollars more there!
Post # 8
@Contented_J: Spray tan and UV tan are two different things! Tanning beds, not spray tan beds, give off extra UV A and B rays as the sun does…but enough that you only need a short amount of time to achieve better results.
I usually go for a turbo bed, they have less UV A rays, so you don’t burn.