Now that summer is here, it's time to put down the self-tanning products and go outside. There's nothing quite like the sun-kissed glow achieved from the summertime sun. If you've spent all winter slathering on sunless tanner, however, you may…
Tanning Tricky Spots
It’s not uncommon for people to experience knee, elbow and ankle self tans that look strangely dark. If you want to steer clear of that pitfall, make a point to hydrate and exfoliate these areas of the skin prior to product application. If you slough off tired and dead old skin cells, you should be able to reduce the possibility of unsightly darkness and unevenness.
Make a point to apply tanning product to your underarms. Just don’t forget to gently dab this area using a lightly moistened cloth after application. This extra step should be able to give your armpit area a more subtle tan appearance.
It often can be pretty difficult to tan faces properly as well. This is because facial skin isn’t the same as the skin located elsewhere. If you want to apply the same exact tanning formula on your face and physique, put a light layer on your visage. Do the same to your neck. Give these areas the opportunity to thoroughly dry. You should be good to go with the rest of your body after this.
The skin located close to the hairline can often be rather difficult. It can be especially tricky for people who have fairer locks. Tanning products can sometimes affect the colour of lighter hair. Thankfully, you can keep this annoying problem at bay by putting a small amount of moisturiser directly on the hairline.