When you do a DIY job, such as re-papering a room or painting the woodwork, you wouldn’t go about it without some preparation, would you? We all usually agree that the preparation is worth the effort: you’ll get a better, smoother finish, which looks great and lasts longer.
Then why do some many of us think we can create fresh and natural looking tan, by simply applying lotion onto un-prepared skin? The result: patchy application, unsightly build-up on elbows and heels and an uneven fade. And then we blame the product or make the sweeping statement that ‘fake tans don’t work!’
I’ve heard a few such statements recently, which is why I’d like to draw attention to how to prepare for a gorgeous, even, great-looking tan. Continue Reading