How To Remove Self-Tanner and Spray Tans: Your Must-Shop Product Guide
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If you don’t have enough fake tan left to look presentable, but there’s too much left to redo your bronze, you need to shop for some beauty products that help you remove the color. It’s Shop Girl Summer, which means a lot of us want to get our bronze on. Please learn from my trial and error. Let me walk you through the self-tanner removal process.
After you apply self-tanner or get a spray tan, you do whatever you can not to mess up your bronze. Once that tan sets, you do your best to extend the life of that tan in the subsequent days. And, then, when you’re ready for your next tan, you need to go against all of that. You have to slough off the color and start anew with a fresh canvas that’s ready for a fresh application. And, before you try it, do not make it a habit of self-tanning over your fake tan. The build-up of color and dead skin cells is not the move, trust me on that. You always want to spray tan clean, dry skin.
How do you go from that little bit of leftover tan to the fresh canvas you need to get a new, bronzed glow? Here are the must-have products that I rely on every other week and answers to some questions that may have been on your mind.