How to Remove a Fake Tan : Skin Care & Dermatology



Expert-Approved DIY Ways to Remove Self Tanner

When it comes to getting your glow on, nothingis better—and safer—than a little self-tanner. A golden or bronze complexion in a bottle? Sign us up. The trouble is that sometimes your application processdoesn’tgo as smoothly as expected, leaving you with streaks, uneven application or too deep/dark of a hue. Talk about a faux no-no! To help you avoid any further beauty blunders, we spoke to a handful of experts to discuss the best DIY methods for fixing a self-tanning blunder. You can thank us later.

Astringent or Apple Cider Vinegar

“I recommend removing self-tanner with an astringent type toner or if you have apple cider vinegar at home, you can use this as well,” explains celebrity esthetician,Olga Lorencin. “Also, if you apply oils at night before going to bed, this usually helps to remove self-tanner or minimize color streaking, but it might take a few nights for it to fully work.”

Baby Oil

Nearly every expert suggested coating yourself in baby oil and here’s why: “If you need to fix a mistake fast, like dark marks or streaks, the quickest way is to apply baby oil to the darker area and leave for 10 minutes,” explainsSt. TropezSkin Finishing Expert,Sophie Evans. “Leave drenched on your skin for 10 minutes, then either soak in a hot bath or take a hot shower and get scrubbing!”

“The baby oil will make exfoliation more efficient and take that tan down a few shades. If you came out too pale simply re-apply. St Tropez also makes an amazingTan Remover Mittthat you use in the shower, it will erase any unwanted dark patches and remove self -tan completely once it starts to get old,” adds Evans who counts Kate Moss, Margot Robbie, Victoria Beckham and Bella Hadid as clients.

Toothpaste

It’s not just for pearly whites! “Tooth paste is a good [trick] if you get a little bit on the palms of your hands. It is justextremelysticky and not great for large areas—think of this more for removing little stubborn areas,” explainsMolly Quiddington, social media manager at Australian tanning company,Bondi Sands.“Don’t be afraid to re-apply again to fix any missed areas,”

Her pro tip: try tanning at least 2 days prior to your event to give yourself time to fix any major mistakes.

Exfoliation

If your color is too deep for your liking, dermatologistDr. Gervaise Gerstnerrecommends hitting the shower. “[To tone down excess color] and make it look more natural buy a dry brush, and exfoliate, exfoliate, exfoliate. Use a body scrub to up the exfoliation and take long, soaky bath,” she advises.

For those who continuously have bad self-tanning experiences, she suggestsWonderskin Skin Perfected Body Foundation. “This  works great to even out tone and fix any any streaks. I use the natural color one on my legs to give an illusion of long lean airbrush legs!”

Lemon Juice & Wedges

Still streaky? “Mix baking soda with lemon/lime juice and use a face towel to rub it over your skin to help to take down your streaks,” explains shares avid self-tanner and founder of his namesake line,James Read.  “Resting your over-tanned elbows on lemon wedges will also help to remove tan.”

“When selecting your self tanner, you may want to try a gradual tan—it’s great for tan virgins, or for someone just wanting a glow or wanting to custom design their tan by building it up,” he explains. Try hisCoconut Water Tan Mistif you are a newbie.

Hair Color Remover

“Stain remover that hair colorists use can be good for treating small areas if needed,” adds makeup artistMarlena OrlowskawithPaul Labrecque Salon and Spa.  “[However], this would likely be used in a more professional setting like a salon or spa if needed.”

Her advice is toalwaysapply tanning products in bright daylight. “Your bathroom is likely not a good place since there are probably too many shadows and it could be a little dark. Also, make sure you do not exercise/sweat or go swimming until the next day post-application!”

Shaving Cream

It’s not just for your legs ladies. “I recommend, rubbing your hands with shaving foam [or toothpaste as stated above] help to reduce the orange on your hands,” he adds. “Using rubbingNivea wipesover your skin can help to reduce your tan or any patchy areas,” explains Read, who works withRosie Huntington-Whiteley,Lily James,Laura KitoneandEllie Goulding.

One of the biggest mistakes he sees is over-application. “The best approach is to gradually apply your tan in thin layers. You can always add more if you want a darker color!”

Hair Removal Cream

According to Evans, hair removal cream (likeVeetorNair) is also very effective. “The hands will lose their color very fast so don’t freak out if they do turn out darker, but a great tip: use hair removal cream on a Q-tip.”

“Leave on the area for half the recommended time stated on the bottle,” she cautions. “We want to take the color down— not remove it completely. We want to make the skin match so half the time is recommended.

Sauna or Steam Room

If you aren’t in a rush, using the steam room at your local gym can also minimize your color. “Sit inside for 20 mins and then wipe your skin with a towel—this will remove your tan,” adds Read.






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Date: 19.12.2018, 11:50 / Views: 32295