I was bundled one of these Lee Stafford Fake My Tan Spritzes in a good bag recently. Aside from Xen Tan, I’m not really interested in tanning products, but I was intrigued by this because its a temporary spray on product.
Therefore it works instantly and there’s no stink.
I got the Magic Potion Tanning Spritz, named Brown My Bits. It comes in Light to Medium and Dark and I got Dark, hurrah!
Few pointers when using this product:
- Shake well before use
- Stand on a towel (if you can) to protect the floor
- Spray an arms length on to dry skin
- Avoid Contact with Clothes (but apparently it doesn’t stain)
This product was demonstrated to me – its supposed to be very easy to use – you can even spray it on to your face (so I was told) to add some quick glow.
How do I feel about temporary tan products? Well, I think it would be odd to turn up somewhere brown one day then white the next. However, I can see why you may want a quick boost for a party or special event.
Here are my before and afters!Before, bare arm:
A spritz – the colour is great. Its brown and not orange and its has quite a lot of pigment:
Ooh. Well, the colour is great, it smells nice and its easy to rub in – HOWEVER – if you aren’t careful you will have some edges.
You can even it out with more product though. This is with another layer:
I am already quite olive, and the dark spray made me at least 2-3 shades darker instantly.
This spray is sold in Boots and costs £8.99. There is also mousse and lotions but I am quite enamoured with the spray. I would NOT use it randomly on my face, or anywhere without rubbing it in evenly but at least it can be washed off right away. Oh and its a great colour.
Its recommended by me – one of the best temporary fake tans I have tried.