My eye is weeping like crazy today so my face is pretty random today with one eye made up and one not - hence no pictures today.
I was going to just do a review, but I've just found out that there was a documentary presented by Nicola Roberts from Girls Aloud about Tanning.
This is a little clip I found on YouTube because iPlayer isn't airing it anymore.
I hope that this works, I've never put a video into a post before. I was just wondering if any of you use tanning beds or feel that by using fake tan/bronzers your confidence will grow?
My boyfriend, Olie has always said that he feels Nicola is the 'fittest' girl from the group because she's pale and interesting. He likes the bronzed look, but doesn't love it. So why is there all this pressure put on people to look tanned when beauty is always in the eye of the beholder?
I had my first fake tan last year in July for a wedding and I loved the results and thought that I could wear anything at it looked great! I topped it up with the L'Oreal Sublime.
I like how natural the tan looks when I apply this, but it took several applications and most of a bottle to get much colour. I can't remember exactly how much it was, but under a tenner for a reasonably sized bottle which I found quite expensive at the time, but looking back it lasted a decent amount of time and I still have a bottle in my cupboard now. I haven't used it in a long time however, during the summer months it does give my arms and legs a nice glow. I also found that it is gentle enough to use over the face without turning it orange.
The packaging is really nice and useful as the spray can works from any angle, which is incredibly handy when trying to get even coverage down the backs of your legs.
I would recommend this product to anyone wanting a glow or light tan. Perfect for an occasion or for a night out. Lasts about a week before going patchy and does stain the bedsheets/clothes if it's hot. However, it does wash out quite easily.
Have any of you used something like this? What did you make of it?