Self-tanners are an amazing and simple way to get a bronze glow all year around! Whether you don’t have time...
Get bronzed on the cheap.
Um, can Pepsi be used as a substitute?
No sun required.
I was born with a skin-tone that falls somewhere between "fresh milk" and "blank paper." I've heard every "where are the Seven Dwarves?" and "Ah! You're blinding me!" joke in existence, replacing my joyful anticipation of summer with an ominous dread.
Self tanners can be your best friend during the summer months! Sure in the past self tanners have been notorious for their distinct smells and splotchiness, but the formulas have improved and continue to do so.
Everyone is expected to be tan in the summer, yeah? And while you know all about the dangers of tanning, people still do it. That will never change. I love being outside, and there's nothing like a tan from natural sunlight. But like always, you have to use protection (see what I did there?).
Being a girl has its perks, especially when it comes to scoring free drinks at the bar. But being a girl also takes a lot of work and costs a whole lot o' cashola. Just think about all the things we need to pay for that guys don't: waxing, haircare, makeup, Spanx, the list goes on.
I'll admit in all shallowness, one thing excites me more than anything about the summer time: busting out short skirts! But there's one problem. While slipping on a slinky mini dress the other night, I looked down at my legs in horror. Walking around in bermudas all day had given me a beautiful golden tan...from the knee down.
How many times do you apply bronzer and end up looking like Lindsay Lohan? If this has happened even once, it's one time too many. The trick to bronzer is simple: less is more. In this quick video, I'll show you how to get a faux tan on your face that looks natural.
I was born with a skin-tone that falls somewhere between "fresh milk" and "blank paper." I've heard every "where are the Seven Dwarves?" and "Ah! You're blinding me!" joke in existence, replacing my joyful anticipation of summer with an ominous dread. As girls with non-glow-in-the-dark skin flounce down the street in their shorts and minis, my legs have been relegated to hot, dark jeans.
When you’re trying to get in and out of the shower as quickly as you can to head on to bigger and better things, (a.k.a the beach), it can be easy to bypass seemingly unimportant tasks. You probably wash your face, your body and your hair, but do you take the time for proper exfoliation?