Tips For Self-Tanning Without Damaging Your Skin
Gradual tanning can be a little bit tricky if you’ve never tried your hand at it, but don’t let that scare you! You’ll be an expert once we’re done with you. Gradual tan lasts much longer than instant, but that means there’s less room for error. Gradual tan develops over time, but after five hours, it will stop developing completely. Depending on how dark you want to go, apply your tan the recommended number of hours before showering off your guide color. For the darkest and longest lasting color, we recommend applying it the night before you hope to debut your new bronze glow. Once you’ve used a gradual fake tan, your color should last at least a week and there’s no need to worry about it dripping off in the rain. In terms of product, we recommend St. Tropez Gradual Tan Classic Everyday Mousse and Vita Liberata Fabulous Self-Tanning Gradual Lotion.