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    Default Natural looking self tanning product for fair skin?

    Can anyone recommend a good self tanning product that looks natural and won't leave me looking like oompa loompa?I have fair skin (but not extremely) and would also like something that has good coverage of things like stretch marks (but obviously I'm not expecting a product that will completely hide them).

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    Hey, I'm very pale and use sugar baby

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    Have to tried doves gradual tanning moisturiser? (is not called that, that's just what it is)

    they make it in 2 'shades':
    *Fair to normal
    *normal to dark

    Its wonderful. When i was using it people always commented on how lovely my skin was and were shocked when i told them it was fake

    I use the fair one in winter and the normal one in summer (when i naturally have a bit of a tan already)

    you put it on sparingly like moisturiser, then wait a day, and if its not dark enough, you repeat, and you keep repeating untill your happy with the colour.

    you still have to be weary of your hands, knees and elbows but its SO easy to apply and ive never had streaks or spots, not even when i first started using it.

    and its pretty cheep and sold at the supermarket.

    sold?

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    St Lopez - not cheap but more bronzed in colour rather orange !!

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    I have been wearing fake tan for years and I use Le Tan Mousse. I use the dark bronze but they have two colours.

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    Oh, make sure you wear disposable gloves when applying and then tan the tops of your hands :-) Usually priced between $12-$15 and lasts about 3 full body applications.


 

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