If you’ve read my blog for a while you will know I’m very much religious when it comes to fake tanning. I’m a fair girl and try to steer away from the harmfulness of sunbeds on my somewhat transparent skin. It’s lead me to many years of tanning, trying a variety of products to get that ‘natural’ glow.
I’ve never been a fan of the whole New Year’s Eve thing; to me it’s a whole lot of fuss over one big anti-climax. But, it wouldn’t be tradition without bringing the new year in with a few celebratory drinks, so the preparation starts now.
If you do things the way I do, hopefully you’ll enjoy this post!
By now you’ll know I’m a freak when it comes to fake tanning, it’s like my permanent safety net. I made a whole post about my weekly routine a few months ago which you can read here, where I briefly rambled about my obsession with the stuff over the use of other methods like sunbeds and just embracing the paleness.
I’ve used nearly every tan under the sun (ah look what I did there) and got myself into a bad habit of using cheapo St Moriz Dark Lotion; while it was penny-friendly and more moisturising than their mousse it had the worst biscuity smell going. I guess for just £2.99, that was the price I paid.