Fake tanning has become a common approach to getting the summer glow. This is due to the rise of how harmful sunbathing and indoor tanning is. These methods have been proven to cause you a lot of harm. It’s been known that consistently exposing yourself to UV radiation can cause a lot of harm.
Self tanners aren’t that appealing due to how taxing they can be to work around with. If you are new to using self tanners, putting them on can be quite difficult since you must apply it to your skin. If you’re a beginner or not so well-versed with self tanning, you’ll experience a lot of mishaps along the way. To get around this, here are some tips you can follow:
– Slowly build up your tone as opposed to putting a thick layer immediately. This helps you out if you are new to tanning. You can also easily sort out any streaks and any spots that are too dark. If you do get dark spots or streaks, you can sort them out by lightly dabbing on the affected areas with some diluted lemon juice.
– Try to put on your self tan in an open
space. One of the common mishaps that self tanning newbies get into is staining
their furniture. You might want to push your furniture aside to avoid staining
them. Another matter to consider is your clothes; you might to dry the self
tanner for an hour at least. After self tanning, you can don some loose, dark
clothing to avoid staining any of your favorite clothes.
– Keep your skin well-moisturized to avoid it from drying. Dry skin can
easily flake off which can ruin a good tan. Try to avoid skin care products
that have retinol in them since this will erase your self tan.