Self tanners are always a great way to get your tanning fix. Normally, we rely on sunbathing and indoor tanning to get the summer glow. But with the looming danger that these methods of tanning have proven to cause, it’s no wonder many individuals have turned to self tanning as a means of getting a tan.
Despite being the healthiest approach to getting a tan, self tanning can be a trouble to work around with due to application. If you’re new to self tanning, it can be tricky to work around. Thankfully, there are ways to get the self tanner to set easily. Here are some steps you can follow for a better self tanning experience:
– Do your self tanning in a well-ventilated place. This can be in an open area where it is shaded to avoid exposing yourself to the sun and thus sweating out. Or it can be a room where you put the AC on for your self-tanning needs. Try to tweak the temperature of the room you’re in. You want to make sure the tanner tans and not for your body to sweat due to the heat. You may want to avoid getting the room too cold or else you’ll cause your self tanner to dry prematurely.
– Avoid wearing a lot of clothes or putting them on too soon. It’s imperative to let the self tanner dry on your skin before you put on any clothing. This not only avoids any chance of staining your apparel but also gives the self tanner the time to really dry on your skin.
– Avoid over-application of the self tanner. This is a common mistake by beginners since they can’t identify the appropriate amount of self tanner to put on. It’s always a good practice to slowly build up your tone by slowly applying layer by layer of the self tanner.