(Closed) Sally Hansen Airbrush Legs?

posted 7 years ago in Beauty
Post # 3
2313 posts
Buzzing bee
  • Wedding: August 2011

OH MAN I don’t know where I got a can of this, but in college I had some and one day I laid out at the pool and got pretty burnt on my chest, so I used this to spray on my chest and try to cover the redness… it worked, but I looked like a freaking plastic doll! Soooo artificial. Now, on your legs it might not be as noticeable… but it was VERY thick and… matte looking. 

Post # 4
388 posts
Helper bee
  • Wedding: May 2011

Check out this stuff: http://www.prttypeaushun.com/

It is AWESOME. I swear by it. It’s not thick, just the opposite. Very natural. It’s not so much a cover up as it is an enhancer. I used bought it for my bodoir shoot and now I use it all the time on any skin that shows. It makes you glow without looking fake. It will even out skin tone and even made my tan lines less severe.

Meant to add that I’ve used that airbrush stuff and its ridiculous. I couldn’t get even coverage and I felt like I was just caking the stuff on.

Post # 5
4336 posts
Honey bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

I tried it once, but I returned it. I got the lightest shade, and it still seemed too dark. Plus I felt like I could feel it and didn’t want to touch my legs. ugh. (I have a friend who loves it though.)

Post # 6
1014 posts
Bumble bee
  • Wedding: May 2011

I love st. tropez brand tanners.  My favorite is this one.  It’s a mousse, it gradually gets darker, so you can decide how much/little tan you want to be.  I’m super fair, so I just used it a couple of times the week before the wedding.  I was just trying to make my skin look a little less transluscent, it worked perfectly.  No stained palms, or messiness, either.  Plus it’s phlalate free, and pretty natural.  Highly reccomend!  Bought it in stock at the sephora store, too.


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