Self-Tanning Junkies, These 2 Products Will Change How You Bronze Your Face
Self-tanners get a bad rap, due to their pungent smell and sometimes-streaky application. I'm particularly picky about my self-tanning products, having made money as an airbrush tanner throughout college; I want to know how the product works, and I don't want to deal with false claims. The finish must create a true tan shade, not orange, and it must feel good on my skin, too.
Unlike creams, mousses, and gels of the past, there are two tanning inventions on the market that are revolutionizing how women (and men) tan themselves: one comes on the brink of the dry oil trend; the other utilizes the technology from your favorite mineral foundations to leave behind a gorgeous glow.