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Best Self-Tanners to Battle Pale Skin

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Winter is the time of year you bundle up, covering most of your skin, most of the time. That combined with shorter, darker days (we’re speaking for North America here — you guys down under can apply this to your summer skin situation) results is less sunshine for our skin to soak up. Just because winter is colder and darker doesn’t mean you have to look pale and pasty. With sunless tanning improvements, there are a lot of products available to help you and your ghostly skin look a little more alive.

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First things first: If you’re new to sunless tanner, there are a few simple tips you should follow for best results:

Exfoliate:

Best Sunless tanning lotion for men?

I'm as white as white can be, I want to be darker but not so dark that I look funny or like a burnt bagel. I just want to be a nice light brown shade. What sunless tanning lotion would do me the best? I see alot of tanning lotions but most of them have


Try Banana Boat Summer Color Sunless Tinted Lotion in Light/Medium. http://www.walmart.com/ip/Banana-Boat-Se lf-Tanning-Summer-Color-Light-Medium-Lot ion-6-fl-oz/10448308 It's great! Don't get the Dark one. Just use as many applications of the Light/Medium


Try Banana Boat Summer Color Sunless Tinted Lotion in Light/Medium. http://www.walmart.com/ip/Banana-Boat-Se lf-Tanning-Summer-Color-Light-Medium-Lot ion-6-fl-oz/10448308 It's great! Don't get the Dark one. Just use as many applications of the Light/Medium

Using a sunless tanner plus face lotion?

I use Loreal for men face moisturizer, can I use with a sunless tanne? Should I put the moisturizer on first than the tanner, or vice versa?


Yes you can. Moisturize your dry spots only and let it soak in for at least 10 minutes. Then apply the tanner. If you don't moisturize, the dry areas will soak up more tanner than the rest of your face.
You could also get a gradual face tanner/moisturizer.


Yes you can. Moisturize your dry spots only and let it soak in for at least 10 minutes. Then apply the tanner. If you don't moisturize, the dry areas will soak up more tanner than the rest of your face.
You could also get a gradual face tanner/moisturizer.


do not use sunless tanner. some girls at my skool did it and the turned orange like oompa loompas and everybody gave them so much sh!t of it it was ridiculous. go to the beach more