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barbiegirl asked:

10 Jan 2010

does anybody have any good tips on how to make your tan last longer?

atm im using tannning wipes 7 there very good & im after turning a lovly dark colour does anybody have any tips on how to make it last as long as possible?



shysparrow13 says:

Posted on 10 Jan 2010

The warm summer months will soon be just a memory, and chilly fall weather will start to set in. As depressing as it is to think of the winter weather that's only a few months away, not all traces of your summer glory need to be lost with the cold weather. Read on to learn how to transition your tan from summer to fall without overdoing it.

1. Moisturizer is your new best friend.

Your best chance to maintain your summer tan is to moisturize, moisturize, moisturize! It may seem redundant, but there's no better way to keep that beautiful bronze color than slathering on the lotion morning, noon, and night. As the warm weather starts to fade, apply moisturizer from head to toe at least twice daily. Keeping your skin hydrated prevents your tan from peeling, making it last a few extra weeks.

2. Subtlety is the key.

Once you've milked your natural tan as long as you can, it's time to start considering sunless tanner. In the past, even the best sunless tanner could leave you orange and stripy, but modern sunless tanners offer flawless color without the summer sun. Try a gradual tanner like Coppertone Endless Summer Gradual Tan Moisturizing Lotion that slowly builds up your color instead of trying to tan all in one go. The slow but steady process of gradually building your tan lets you be in control of your color. Before you start any sunless tanning process, either at home or at the salon, be sure to scrub your entire body with a loofah and exfoliating body wash.

3. When in doubt, bronze it out.

When the cold weather sets in, don't forget about the magic of a little bronzer and blush! To show a rosy glow all through the winter months, sweep bronzer across your cheekbones, nose, and forehead to highlight the areas that are naturally sun-kissed in warmer weather. Finish the look with blush on the apples of your cheeks for a natural look. Enjoy the perks of bronzer and blush, but don't go overboard! During the wintertime it's unnatural to be as tan as you are in the summer, so keep the makeup light for a subtler hue.


manssskulll says:

Posted on 10 Jan 2010

I reckon just applying moisturiser to the areas you are putting the wipes on :) x


ctl888 says:

Posted on 11 Jan 2010

What I do to maintain the tan is using the Jergens natural glow in medium. it works really well without any streaky-ness. The also have it in Dark. This product is a natural looking tan. Just make sure you dry all the way after applying and wash your hands. I have sensitive skin and this lotion works well. Give it a try.. to me this is the easiest way to maintain the color i like.


jod_mets says:

Posted on 29 Dec 2010

Comodynes Self Tanning Towelette are very good!!! I don't think there's anything you can really do other then just keep applying them or go to the tanning beds! The tanning beds are awesome, but ages your skin really badly. Moisturizers are your best friend, use them.

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