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Self-Tanning Guide For Men (Part 2)

Self-Tanning Guide For Men (Part 2)

(Continued from Part 1) 6. Save (your) face. Have you ever noticed that the colour of your face and your body tend to be different? While some people have a darker face tone than their body, most people tend to have a lighter one. To make your tan look natural, apply a dab of moisturiser onto you...
Self-Tanning Guide For Men (Part 1)

Self-Tanning Guide For Men (Part 1)

Up until now, we’ve been giving our best bits of perfect self-tan advice to women. This time, we’ll be addressing the men who want that golden glow just as much but have been deprived of TLC from tanning blogs.Is there a difference between the two? You bet. Some men are not fans of shaving or wax...
How to Self-Tan in Winter

How to Self-Tan in Winter

Being all bundled up in winter is no excuse to leave your glow in summer. Winter bronzing is just as legit as self-tanning in the warmer seasons - but not everyone can do a beautiful job at it. Longer nights and freezing temperatures affect your skin in an entirely different way, so your usual wa...
9 Rosehip Oil Benefits in Self-Tanners

9 Rosehip Oil Benefits in Self-Tanners

One of the reasons why we love a quality self-tanner is all the good ingredients that come with it. Today we are focusing on rosehip oil and all the benefits it has for your skin. If your self-tanner has this oil that many celebs swear by in its ingredients list, then you are in good tanning hand...
Travel Tanning: How to Get a Great Tan Over the Holidays

Travel Tanning: How to Get a Great Tan Over the Holidays

If you’re traveling around for the holidays and you’re planning to spend hours under the sun, be warned: prolonged sun exposure can cause irreversible damage to your skin. Though we speak the truth, we don’t want to be complete party poopers. If you’re the type who just can’t stay out of the sun,...
How to Tan Safely

How to Tan Safely

We’ve all been told (and sold) many things to protect our skin from the sun’s harmful UV rays, but it all still boils down to one thing: the sun will ultimately do damage to your skin. This is unfortunate because we all want that just-been-in-the-sun glow. If you’re like us who absolutely can’t b...