Fake Bake - 60 Minute Tan

 

Fake Bake has recently launched their latest invention, 60 Minute Spray Tan. A revolutionary rapid tanning liquid, which develops a golden glow within 60 minutes, a bronzed tan in two hours and a dark tan in three hours. You can leave the tan on until it has developed to the colour that you want and then wash it off, Fake Bake recommend that you don't leave it on for more than three hours. I can't wait to try out this new product and I'm sure I won't be short on offers from friends to be my tanning 'guinea pigs'. As soon as my 60 Minutes Spray Tan arrives, I will be able to give you a full review about the product. In the meantime, I am hoping that somebody in the tanning world will develop a tan that lasts for a month. How amazing would that be?

Watch this space for an update…

 

My New Blog

 

So, after nearly two years of spray tanning, I have decided to add a Blog to my website so that I can keep you all up to date with the wonderful world of spray tanning. I will be reviewing beauty products and passing on the best beauty tips and secrets to help keep you all beautified.

I pride myself on giving even, streak-free spray tans that are really natural, making you look as if you've just had a long holiday in the sun. It doesn't look good when you have the tell-tale signs of orange, patchy hands and feet, which is why I am very careful not to overspray them. I've had tans done myself and then been asked by the therapist to wipe the palms of my hands with a wet-wipe. This is the worst thing you can do! The palms of your hands should not be sprayed, of course you will have a small amount of over spray on them but by wiping your hands, you are then creating a line between the area that has been sprayed and the area that hasn't. If you do get tan on your finger-tips, it is best to rub a wet-wipe between your finger tips or just wipe the part of your hand that has tan on it. If you do have to wipe your hands with a wet-wipe and are worried about creating a line, just take a tanning mitt and lightly buff around the edges of the hand (make sure the tan isn't too wet before you start to buff hands).

If you do you need some free advice, please feel free to contact me. Email: aimi@fakebakegoddess.com Tel: 0776688 7154

 

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