Temporary skin product that improves the look of skin but not fake tan for a party

(9 Posts)
mrsrhodgilbert Wed 16-Dec-15 17:49:02

I hope that made sense. I'm sure I've heard about products you can use to give your skin a bit of a glow, maybe very slight colour which washes off straight afterwards. Dd is going to a wedding evening do on Monday and is naturally very pale but was wondering if there was something she could use on her arms and legs.

CMOTDibbler Wed 16-Dec-15 17:52:51

Sally Hansen airbrush legs. Works beautifully but washes off with soap

Laura2006 Wed 16-Dec-15 17:54:38

I use Sally Hansen Airbrush Legs Glow. It's temporary and washes off but it gives a nice glow and covers imperfections. I often use it on my arms and legs in the summer.

mrsrhodgilbert Wed 16-Dec-15 18:32:04

Brilliant , thank you, that's what I was thinking of.

Wagglebees Wed 16-Dec-15 22:20:59

St Tropez do the best wash off tan. Found it far better and more natural than the Sally Hansen stuff.

Or she could just embrace the pale. It is Winter and pale is very in.

SeasonalVag Thu 17-Dec-15 07:36:22

I use happy light by bourjois...if you're v pale it might be an option. Very slight pink

Tate15 Thu 17-Dec-15 07:57:19

I don't know if they still sell it but Avon used to have large tubes of body cream in silver or gold that imparted a lovely light sheen to your arms, décolleté and legs. I used the gold one, it was fabulous.

CremeDeSudo Thu 17-Dec-15 09:21:10

Also came on to suggest Airbrush legs. It's amazing stuff!

mrsrhodgilbert Thu 17-Dec-15 11:50:55

Thank you again. I don't think she minds the pale particularly, hence not wanting to fake tan properly. Something to bring a bit of a healthy glow to arms and legs.

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