Hi there lovelies!
I’m Hannah from www.alittlebeautyspot.blogspot.com pleasure to meet you!
Today Katharine has been kind enough to let me do a little guest post for you.
So, here goes!
I’m ready. I’m ready for the big bright sun in my face. I’m ready for cocktails on the beach.
There’s only one problem… I’m desperately pale.
No-one should have to witness this paleness.
Cue… a tan in a can:
Yup, that’s right; I’ve popped my spray-tan cherry.
So, what did I think?
I’ll admit I was a little apprehensive about a using a DIY spray tan, I’ve always relied on mousse before.
Before I used this, I trawled the internet for reviews and blog posts to see if I could use this all over my body, and why it is specifically just for legs. Skin is skin, right?
I couldn’t find any answers, so I just thought heck, I’m gonna spray it all over and hope for the best.
Application was much easier than I thought. I held the can about 10cms away from my skin and sprayed all over.
It comes out in a really fine mist, which you then blend into your skin with a tanning mit .It’s so important to do this quickly, because the mist dries super fast, and this helps to give you a nice even color.
Perfect Legs is virtually scent free, which is really unusual for a fake tan. Great news, right?!
It gives a natural olivey bronze color, like all the St Tropez range.
Spray tan is quick, and completely mess free, I was pretty shocked by this.
I had visions of my bedroom wall turning orange… but all was fine, I didn’t even need to put towels down.
I will say, make sure you shake the can LOADS though, otherwise thicker splodges tend to spray out.
I applied to my whole body very lightly, to get a subtle glow, and that used about half a can. Perfect Legs would be good for a quick application before a night out, but as you can only get one or 2 applications, I’m not sure it is worth the price.
I liked it, but personally I think I’ll be sticking to the mousse.
Have you ever tried St Tropez Perfect Legs?