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    Jergens Natural Glow Instant Sun Sunless Tanning Mousse for Body, Deep Bronze, 6 Ounces
    Beauty (Jergens)


    List Price: $12.99
    Price: $6.00
    You Save: $6.99 (54%)

    • Instantly creates a flawless, natural-looking tan, even when the beach is miles (or months) away
    • Color develops instantly and deepens within hours of application
    • Mousse formula is tinted so you can see where you've applied it, and it allows for precise, even application that dries in just 60 seconds
    • For best results prep skin with Jergens Natural Glow Color Primer Exfoliating In-Shower Body Scrub before applying
    • Light, fresh scent - no unpleasant sunless tanner odor
    • Available for Light Bronze and Deep Bronze skin tones

    Belloccio Sunless Tanning Airbrush Multi-Purpose Precision Gravity Feed Airbrush with a 0.4mm Tip (Airbrush can be set-up for both Single-Action or Dual-Action)
    Beauty (Belloccio)


    List Price: $29.96
    Price: $29.96

    • Beginner to Advanced Artists
    • Comes with 2 Sizes of Screw on Plastic Fluid Cups (3/4 and 1.5 oz.)
    • Commonly used for: Sunless Tanning, Cosmetics, Temporary Tattoos, Cake Decorating, Fine Art
    • Includes an extra air inlet valve stem for easy convertion from Single to a Dual-Action Airbrush
    • Hose Connection for Single-Action: Push on Rubber Surgical Hose

Unprotected Tide time makes for a nasty Crimson rash

According to The Huffington Circulate's “Twelve tips to Protect Your Skin,” the FDA mandates that a control of sunscreen's sun-fighting abilities is effective for three years. That's how protracted you can expect a bottle to work at maximum strength; but when in

A Bronze Look for Oscar Night

A Bronze Look for Oscar Night Ms. Locke, a citizen Dubliner, moved to Los Angeles a decade ago to work as a TV spokeswoman and built a sunless tanning job instead. “It became a substitute for body makeup,” she said. She's now a shell finishing expert for the brand St. Tropez,

Get Rid of that Mid-Winter Pastiness with these Sunless Tanners

In the dead of winter, your skin has already lost that golden glow from summer sun. Unless of course, you’ve ventured somewhere warm to escape Bomb Cyclones and whatnot. But for most of us, we are sitting here pale and pasty, missing the hint of color we had what seems like years ago. Well, it’s not impossible to get a bit of bronzed color back again by cheating the system. No, we don’t mean tanning beds (please don’t ever) and we don’t mean a last-minute trip to the islands (although we’d be down for that with a good SPF ) — we mean, sunless tanners.

Sometimes these get a bad wrap. Folks can go a little too far, but who hasn’t been so desperate for the sun that they go overboard anyway they can? Well, not today, guys. Today we have some of our tanning questions answered by someone who know what she’s talking about: Sophie Evans, a St. Tropez skin finishing expert. We asked her some man-specific questions about self-tanning and how to do it without looking, well, like you’ve done it. We’ve also provided some of our favorite products for the entire process.

Sunless Tanning Tips!

I need sunless tanning tips badly. Every time I use sunless tanners I miss spots or it smudges. How do I prevent this? Also, I have really bad trouble with hands, fingers and feet. How do I do those? Finally, how can I prevent my elbows and knees from

its amazing
you can get it at any drugstore, walmart, target wherever
its not that much money like 8-10 dollars...
well this sunless tanner is not clear it is a brown color and you can see where you

its amazing
you can get it at any drugstore, walmart, target wherever
its not that much money like 8-10 dollars...
well this sunless tanner is not clear it is a brown color and you can see where you

To get an even application, start with moist or damp skin. Then apply a layer of hydrating moisturizer and then apply an equal amount of tanning lotion. When you are done, wash hands and soles of feet immediately, scrubbing between the fingers, toes

Could you please give me some tips for applying a sunless tanning lotion?

The brand I am using is Neutrogena Build-a-Tan for face and Neutrogena Build-a-Tan for body. I have been told not to apply sunless tanner to hands and feet, is this true? If I don't apply it to my hands and feet also it will look really weird, because

The first thing you should do is use an exfoliater or scrub to get rid of dead skin and to smooth out rough surfaces. Then use lotion on areas you will be using the tanner on. If you don't, you will get excess tanner on rough patches (knees, elbows,


apply it all over and wash your hands when your done. apply a little less (basically, don't over do it) around your knees, ankles, and elbows.