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L'oreal Sublime Bronze Pro Perfect Airbrush

Reviewing: Loreal Self Tanning Mist  |  Rating:
By mellaview on
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After getting back from a recent trip in the Bahamas I noticed that my lovely sun kissed tan refused to stick around once I got home.

In order to try and spare any remnants of my vacation I decided to invest in some self tanning products. L'Oreal Sublime Bronze ProPerfect Airbrush Self Tanning Mist was one of the products in the Sublime collection that I picked up.

It comes in a golden colored aluminum aerosol can, for $8.99.

According to the directions all I had to do was exfoliate my skin, and then spray it onto my body at arms length away. The can stated I'd see a difference in skin tone in around 2 hours.

Unfortunately I saw nothing, in fact I didn't really see any changes till around day 2. The plus side though was that the mist evaporates into skin quickly and does not leave a smell behind, or a greasy texture on the skin.

The skin tone changes though were not what I was hoping for. My skin looked orange, there were streaks, and my face in particular looked unnatural.

All in all the tanning mist was a waste of money, and leaves nothing but embarrassing streaky results.

streaked exfoliate skin first, non scented, non greasy, results 2 days promised an hour