Instant tanner when not been organised enough to fake tan

(10 Posts)
Romcom Sun 08-May-16 01:37:04

With the weather getting warmer it's time to get the pasty legs out. I have 3 kids including a 7 week old so I think instant tan/leg make up might be more realistic this year.
Any recommendations?

Blondie1984 Sun 08-May-16 02:57:21

I just started using Vita Liberata phenomenal and have been impressed - not least by the fact it doesn't smell

Blondie1984 Sun 08-May-16 02:57:54

Or Sally Hansen airbrush legs is another favourite

Romcom Sun 08-May-16 04:30:15

I've got some Sally Hansen somewhere but I've never got the technique right (plus I've sprayed my carpet with the damn stuff!) will check out your other suggestion, thanks

Jmangel Sun 08-May-16 09:56:57

Bronze Ambition is good - cheap from Quality Save, non streaky, non transferable, realistic colour and smells yummy. It saved me yesterday night and allowed me to wear a camisole top!

ICanSeeForMiles Sun 08-May-16 10:00:15

I like Leighton Denny sunbelieveable. There's a gradual tanner and an instant one, I use the gradual as a sort of moisturiser, then put the instant on top. Looks fab, and then by the time you wash off the instant the gradual has developed into a nice colour that lasts a few days.

TSSDNCOP Sun 08-May-16 11:07:01

With the Sally Hansen you need to use a big St Tropez mitt. Spray onto the mitt rather than your legs to minimise mess.

Queenbean Sun 08-May-16 11:11:39

The gradual tan moisturiser is so easy to use and doesn't really streak much, I prefer that to instant tan which washes right off

The garnier one is good and the st tropez one

XiCi Sun 08-May-16 16:29:39

I don't like the Sally Hansen one. It's a really strange colour, like 1970s American tan tights.
I'm using a Body Shop tinted leg mist called honey bronze. Lovely colour, easy to apply and to layer for a darker colour and stays put until washed off in the shower.

RoganJosh Sun 08-May-16 16:31:18

I find the Rimmel one fine. I'm super white and mix it 50:50 with body lotion on an eyeshadow lid which works fine.

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