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Looking for a airbrish tan set? seen them ages ago but really thinking of getting one.

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8y, 7m agoPosted 8 years, 7 months ago
Im so pale is horrible, ive grown up hating being white, in the summer i go red then white and i hate it. Ive lost some weight so would love to have some colour, especially my legs so was thinking of getting one of these airbrush tan thingy me bobs.

Does anyone know any deals? and also if there any good :)
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8y, 7m agoPosted 8 years, 7 months ago
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#1
I heard that they can be a bit tricky, and may be better for a pro! As you're quite pale why dont you try the Johnsons holiday skin? it gradually builds up a deeper tan and i've never had streaks with it. I used to use Tropez, which was ok, but I find Johnsons stuff is easier and more subtle!
#2
Better of paying a proffesional to do it.
My sister bought one and did a 'practice' on my mum ... sadly it turned out blotchy and well, quite rough looking to be honest.
I use origins self tan during summer, it's seems to dry alot quicker than the johnsons/dove stuff.
Would advise you to go to a local sun salon and enquire about the system they use ... I got the best results with 'fake bake' spray tan which cost £18.00 and lasted a week and a half.
#3
Hi, i got one last yr and sprayed myself which was a bit tricky. I exfoliated and moisturised every day for about a week before and apart from it being a bit darker in places like knees and elbows it did look natural. Best if you could get someone to do it for you but make sure you follow the instructions.

You also need to make sure you cover the spraying area well, you usually get a black plastic sheet to stand on. i would recomend you get something twice the size because its a fine mist that you cant see it, i woke up the next morning and my bathroom had a nice glowing tan lol. Best if you do it at night and use an old sheet to sleep on.

Although it has the down side to it as above, if you follow the instructions you do get good results and a bit of a confidence boost.

Hope this helps
#4
i got one form boots
i looked lke one of the oompa loompas form charlie
#5
Rio make them and if the Airbrush nails and the Tattoo set anything to go by,they not very good.
#6
try the cream i think is better
#7
jasonrat
try the cream i think is better


I don't think much of Summer Skin and stuff,I'm not keen at all on these fake tan products cos they don't seem to work.

Best way but unsafe would be to sun bathe all time or use sun bed but I wouldn't cos of dangers.
#8
i cant sit in the sun all the time as i just burn, no matter how much cream i put on i go red then white! ive been trying for too many years to get a tan and it aint gonna happen the 'sun' way.

might give the cream a go, thanks for the advice everyone!
#9
CuteKitty26
i cant sit in the sun all the time as i just burn, no matter how much cream i put on i go red then white! ive been trying for too many years to get a tan and it aint gonna happen the 'sun' way.

might give the cream a go, thanks for the advice everyone!


if u give johnsons summer skin or another make a go,make sure you got no dry patches,my partner tried it and his got dry knees and it clogged up on knees after a few days of applying.also clogs on the palm of your hands,wash them aswell as u can.
I wouldn't buy it again anyway,I never used it,my partner did.
#10
Use a body scrub first, paying attention to dry areas such as knees, elbows and ankles. This should avoid the patchy look, also apply slighty less around those areas too.
It's the waiting til it's dry that drives me mad with these gradual moisturisers!
I do eventually go brown, but it's a slow process and in this country there's just not enough sun around for me to get a decent tan.
#11
Sheriff Waffles
Use a body scrub first, paying attention to dry areas such as knees, elbows and ankles. This should avoid the patchy look, also apply slighty less around those areas too.
It's the waiting til it's dry that drives me mad with these gradual moisturisers!
I do eventually go brown, but it's a slow process and in this country there's just not enough sun around for me to get a decent tan.


Yeh my partner wouldn't wanted to gone to all that trouble,plus with excema he hardly going want to exfoliate etc

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