Professional Makeup Artist Review
Is winter's cold erratic weather starting to take it's toll and make your mind wander to warmer climates?
There's nothing like an instant tan to warm up one's look and give a bit of a healthy glow. I have used more than my fair share of sunless tanners and stains in my day. Most photo shoots for the spring and summer take place in the winter in a photo studio. Which tanner is the most natural? It is one from a company called Au Courant. http://www.aucourant.com/
My favorite formula is the Sunless Spray Tan. It seems to have more of an olive hue to it than the other formulas do, but they just came out with a Platinum line so that may have changed.Their website says the Mousse is their top seller.
-No rancid smell from the developer.
-Natural looking colors for even the palest skin.
-Non-comedogenic so it doesn't break out the face.
-Variety of formulas for different skin types and effects.
-Contains Aloe so you won't have to worry about dry patches looking darker than other areas.
-There's no alcohol so it won't dry out your skin like other companies.
-Has a long shelf life! I hate it when my tanners go bad in less than a month after opening them.
-The key to a natural tan is to exfoliate well especially around the knees and elbows.
-Use non-latex gloves to spread over the body.
-Make sure the formula is dry before dressing.