Self Tanning Tips for a Natural Bronze Glow


Protecting yourself from the harmful suns rays doesn’t mean that you have to give up your gorgeous summer glow. You can get your pre-summer / summer tan the safe way: with a spray tan or use self-tanning products at home.

Apologies for the length of this blog post but as a Tanning Technician as well as a Makeup Artist I have a lot of tips that I have learnt over the years. No 1 being: Practice makes perfect if you choose the self-tanning option.

Here are a few self-tanning tips for making you naturally sun kissed rather than a streaky mess!

1. Pre-Tan Prep

Waxing/Shaving

Before you Begin – make sure that you have waxed (24 hrs before) or shaved, exfoliated and moisturise your skin. I know what you’re thinking; thats a lot of prep for an ‘at home tan’ but I can assure that its necessary.

Shaving or waxing after a tan can remove the product from your skin and so its better to get waxing done the day before or shave in the shower before you start to apply your tan.

Exfoliate

Applying tan over skin that hasn’t been exfoliated will only fade as the cells shed and so if you get rid of those dead cells first you will end up with a longer lasting, non patchy tan.
Focusing on rough areas like your knees, elbows, ankles, and heels. For your face, use a facial cleaner to remove dead, dull skin. Avoid anything oil-based, since it leaves behind residue that causes streaks.

Moisturise!

BE CAREFUL WITH THIS ONE! Moisturisers that contain oil can prevent the tanning agents from developing properly but sometimes we need a little help with very dry areas like hands, feet, elbows, knees and face. These areas tend to be dry and will absorb more pigment than other areas of your body, causing unevenness.
If you have fair hair, add a light layer to your hairline and eyebrows to stop them from absorbing tan and changing colour too!

With regards to your actual moisturiser, you need to make sure that it is OIL FREE. If possible use the self tan brands own moisturiser that they recommend such as Fake Bake’s Oil Free Moisturiser . As with your body scrub, if you use an oil based product it will leave behind a residue that the self tan cannot adhere to.


2. Application Tools

After applying my moisturiser I wait for 5 minutes to allow it to sink into my skin before beginning to apply the fake tan lotion with a tanning mitt.

I like to use the Xen Tan Luxury Tanning Mitt from Look Fantastic as its only £4 and is super soft and washable (hand wash).

There are loads of tanning mitts on the market but some other favourites are:

  • Velvotan Deluxe Double Sided Tanning Mitt – Amazon £4.95
  • Velvotan Self Tan Applicator Original Body Mitt – Amazon – £2.99

I begin with my legs and work up and inwards including my tummy, arms, legs and neck. I then get my husband to help me reach my back and ‘colour me in’! However if you’re not lucky enough to have someone to do your back for you, you can also use a ‘back and body tanning mitt such as :

  • Bronzie Back and Body Tanning Mitt – Amazon £17.95
  • Sunny Kiss Self Tanning Mitt New 2019 Edition Extended  – Amazon £9.99
  • Ultimate Back & Body Velvet 3 in 1 Self Tanning Mitt – Amazon £8.99 (This is my personal favourite if I’m applying tan myself)
  • Tan Wand – Amazon £7.99

Previously I have tried extendable tanning arms/wands which you can use for applying fake tan to your back. I tried the one from Boots a couple of years ago however I found it to be quite awkward to use as the pad on the end was quite small however the Tan Wand (above) which I’ve found on Amazon seems to have a larger surface area which should be easier to use. Let me know if you but something like this and how you found it.


3. Application Method

Always apply self-tanner in a cool, dry area to keep yourself from perspiring. If you’ve just had a shower (See Pre-Tan Prep) you’ll want to leave your hot and steamy bathroom before you apply your tan as humidity/steam, water, and sweat can break down the
self-tanner, creating a streaky application. Its best to move to another cooler
room and if you have carpet, put a towel on the floor first.

Don’t be scared when applying your self-tan. The product is meant to be
applied liberally to ensure that your whole body is covered thoroughly. If you
apply tour tan with a light hand, you won’t get a more subtle effect; just
streaks and dark patches. To help avoid streaks, apply tanner in circular
motions, approximately one teaspoon at a time, from your feet up to your face, otherwise,
it could gather in creases and make marks as you bend over. Remember to
save your arms and hands for last.


Professional Tips

Professional Tip: To successfully apply tanner in your knuckles,
bend your fingers so your hand looks like a claw. This way you will cover
the insides of the creases and avoid white stripes across your knuckles.

Professional Tip: Modify Your Technique for Your Face – I like to mix the self-tan with a small amount of oil free moisturiser to
just thin out the formula a little bit so it applies easier but also to ensure
that the colour isn’t quite as dark as my body. Mix the two together on the
mitt and gently apply to the face. Don’t forget your hairline, ears and eye
area.

Professional Tip: Wipe your nails, palms and
brows after application and apply some oil free moisturiser at the bottom of
your wrists and buff in using the buffing mitt to minimise the chance of a
tanning sleeve.

Professional Tip: Most self-tans dry very quickly, and you can go to bed after approx. 30-45 mins. If you will be wearing the
self-tan with clothing or going to bed, I sometimes add a fine layer of talc
free baby powder (my favourite is ‘My Little Star Baby Powder’ from Superdrug)
with a talc puff. It stops the tanner from transferring to your clothes. I bought mine from Amazon for £2.49. Even though I have lightly powdered my face and body before bed, I like to cover my pillow with a towel so that it doesn’t stain.

You need to take care of your tan whilst it develops and this means loose clothes (preferably dark ones.  Avoid showering or sweating for 6 to 8 hours. Definitely don’t do any washing up! Try to drink through a re-usable straw so that you don’t dribble onto your chin and don’t watch a sad film that will make you cry. A streaky face is not what you want after all of this hard work.


4. Preserve Your Tan

No one can guarantee how long your tan will last, but you can take certain measures to prolong it as long as possible.

Keep Moisturising – To help lock in your new sun kissed glow, apply a moisturiser to your skin after you have bathed or showered. Whilst some self-tanning lotions are moisturising in themselves, having moist, hydrated skin will prolong your tan. You can now buy lots of moisturisers with a tan prolonger in them. I like the Garnier Ambre Solaire After Sun Hydrating Tan Maintainer which I get from Amazon or Superdrug but there are many on sale these days, especially in the summer months.

Use baby body wash  –  Oil-based products will make your fake tan fade faster, so skip all products with oil while trying to preserve your tan. Also, stay away from exfoliators and opt for gentle cleansers to allow your tan to fade evenly and naturally.


Some of my favourite self-tanners

  • James Read Gradual Tan Coconut Water Tan Mist – £25 Feel Unique
  • Benefit Hoola Zero Tan Lines Body Bronzer – £25.50 Benefit Cosmetics
  • Clarins Liquid Bronze Self Tanning – £20 Clarins
  • Sienna X 1 Hour Self Tan Tinted Lotion – £24 Look Fantastic
  • He-shi Express Liquid Tan – £21 Feel Unique (On sale for £14 as of 16.04.2019)
  • Lancôme Flash Bronzer Instant Natural Tan – £26 Lancome
  • Fake Bake Luxurious Golden Bronze Original Self Tanning Lotion – £17.96 Amazon

There are many more self tans on the market for various prices however these are the ones which I have personally used or have been recommended by clients.


Have fun with your self tanning and be brave. If you make a mistake you can always soak yourself in a hot bubble bath and give yourself a body scrub and most of it will wash away!

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7 ways to use concealer for better results

For a tired girl like me, concealer is a girl’s best friend, but it isn’t always the easiest makeup product to apply. From using the wrong colour to applying it incorrectly, we all make a few of concealer mistakes. You can learn how to fake flawless skin by following these concealer tips.

If you use foundation, apply it first, and then apply your concealer

When you apply liquid foundation over concealer, you’re thinning out the concealer you strategically placed over a blemish or other trouble area. If you apply your foundation first, you’ll find that you don’t need to use as much concealer. You want to dab the concealer over liquid foundation where a trouble spot hasn’t been completely covered.


Use concealer as an eye primer

To prevent your eye shadow from falling off your lid onto your freshly done makeup and settling in the creases, prime your eyelids first with a dab of primer.

If you can’t justify spending extra on eye shadow primer, a dab of concealer works just as well. I use L’Oreal True Match Concealer as it covers any discolouration and veins in the eyelids and isn’t super sticky once applied (£7.99 Superdrug)


Use a colour corrector for concealing under eye circles

Because under eye circles are dark, you need a different shade than you would use to cover them. For those with lighter skin, the circles tend to have a purple tint to them. Peach toned concealers work best. For darker skin tones whose circles are a darker purple or brown, a concealer with an orange pigment will help to camouflage these areas.

Dab an orange- or peach-colored concealer over dark under-eye circles with your ring finger. The colour corrector’s in my makeup kit and personal makeup bag are Bobbi Brown Correctors in shades light bisque, med-dark bisque and bisque (£19.50 Bobbi Brown)

Your ring finger, which is your weakest, will apply just the right amount of pressure to blend in the concealer without pulling at your delicate eye skin.

Next top your corrector with your foundation and if necessary, a concealer that matches your skin tone. Don’t forget the next step.

To see a more in-depth tutorial on how to cover under eye circles please read the following blog post: How to Conceal Under-Eye Circles and Brighten Your Look


Setting your concealer

Whenever you cover a blemish or your under-eye circles, try to use a concealer that matches your skin tone. To avoid the concealer moving/wearing off during the day, set your concealer with a translucent powder.

  1. First, let your concealer “cook” (or, oxidise and slowly melt) on your face for a minute.
  2. Next, I find it best to use a flocked sponge/pad to apply the powder in a dabbing motion so as to set the powder in place and not wipe away the concealer (as you can do with a brush!)

If you need higher coverage on a blemish, continue to alternate concealer and setting powder until the mark is undetectable.

To see a more in-depth tutorial on how to cover under eye circles please read the following blog post: How to Conceal Under-Eye Circles and Brighten Your Look


Use a concealer to tidy up eyeliner mistakes

Sharpen your wing and cover any eyeliner /eye makeup mistakes with an angled or fine brush brush dipped in concealer. This is much easier than removing it altogether and starting over completely.


Use Green-based Concealers Sparingly or switch to yellow

A few years ago it was all the rage to use green based concealers however, contrary to popular belief, green-based concealers do not cancel out skin redness. This works only in photographs, but in natural light, the green is always slightly visible and only makes the blemish look more obvious or your skin look a bit green/greyish under your makeup!

Instead, you want a concealer almost identical to your skin tone or if an area is very red use white or yellow toned concealer very lightly.

As a general use of thumb, the colour corrector rules are below however please note that if you are using these colours for every day makeup and not for a photo shoot, use very sparingly with a light hand.


Use the correct formula for the job

The thicker the formula, the more caked on it looks. As a makeup artist I only use thicker concealers for covering tattoos and birth marks etc. Generally, I will use a liquid concealer.

Use a liquid-based product for concealing under your eyes as it is easier to blend. My 4 current favourites (in no particular order) are:

Use a cream or stick concealer for covering pimples and blemishes as it is a much thicker formula than liquid but still blendable. I like the NARS stick concealer £21.00 Nars Cosmetics.

To brighten under eyes and areas of your face, use a pen with a built-in blending brush. These are much lighter in formula and tend to have light reflecting pigments within them. They don’t tend to be great at concealing but do lighten the area which they are applied to. My favourite is Yves Saint Laurent Touche Eclat £26.00 Look Fantastic


Remember the key to concealing is blend, blend, blend.

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Clearing out my Makeup – Forgotten makeup favourites

As per my post on Instagram at the beginning of February, (see below) I was disguised at how much makeup I had stashed away. I know that I am a professional Makeup artist and have spares of my holy grail products but I’m actually talking about all of the makeup in my personal collection. I am a makeup hoarder and I admit it. And no, I don’t need help! Well maybe a little!!!!

After writing the post on Instagram I then discovered even more makeup in my bedroom!!!!! At this point I have to admit that I need help with my fixation with makeup!

My problem is that as a makeup artist and independent blogger (and a woman!) I like to try new products. Some because they are raved about by other people, some because they are new products from favourite brands, some because they are new brands to me and finally because I like to have a mix of high end and high street products.

My actual problem is that I can have used a product for a few weeks to try/test it and even though I loved it, I will try a new product and put the current one in my makeup draws to never see the light of day again!

This is, in my opinion, despicable as there are many women in need of makeup including my sisters but also Womens’ shelters etc., and so my resolution for this year is to sort out my makeup (de-clutter) and pass it on to people who can and will use it.

I must point out that there are hygiene issues with passing on used makeup and so products which cannot be sanitised are always passed onto my sisters. They will obviously get first pick of the other makeup but things like eyeshadow palettes, lipsticks, pressed powders and products in bottles with nozzles or spatulas can be sanitised or used hygienically (and are not wanted by my family) can be passed onto my local women’s shelter for women who are in need of a little TLC.

So now that I’ve rambled on for a while, here is the pile of makeup that I’m going to be sorting out. And yes, I also gasped at the amount of products sat in my draws!

Once I had tipped everything out I put it into piles of ‘similar’ products such as all foundations together, all lip products together etc. This allowed me to see what I was actually dealing with.

I took each pile one at a time and went through quickly to see which products were out of date and then threw them away immediately.

I then used extra large lunch bags to put the products that I no longer wanted into, in their categories: Sisters, Mum, Donate, Keep. Each item was swatched and this task took me over 2 hours. Some products I knew that I wanted to use again and some I had completely forgotten how good they were or how lovely the colour was. Some products and palettes I again knew immediately that they were to be donated. It’s amazing how seeing and feeling the products makes you remember whether you loved or hated them!!!!!!

I also found a few items that I wanted to put back into my professional makeup kit

The process took a lot longer than anticipated; not just because I was testing and sanitising the products as I went along, but my cat Gladys, also wanted to help!!!!


My Forgotten Favourites

So now onto the actual purpose of this blog post which is to discuss/show my forgotten top 5 makeup favourites.

  1. Clinique Chubby Sticks: I found that I had 9 of these however I personally only wanted to keep 3 of them – Super Strawberry, Chunky Cherry Plushest Punch.
    These Chubby Sticks are moisturising coloured lip balms in an pencil style applicator which twists up therefore making them easy to use and carry about in your bag. (£18.50 Clinique.co.uk)

2. The Chubby Stick Shadow Tint for Eyes I’m glad that I discovered again as I used to love using these for a quick and easy application of colour for a simple day look. The sticks are long-wearing and non-smudging which give a sheer wash of colour. Just like the chubby sticks for lips, they are in a pencil-style applicator which is really easy to use and the product blends beautifully on the eyes. I kept bountiful beige and donated the rest to my lovely sisters who will enjoy them.
(£18.50 Clinique.co.uk)

3. Garnier BB Creams are probably about to expire as I purchased them last summer but I will definitely be using these again this summer and on days when I want a lighter coverage of foundation. The BB creams are mineral based with added vitamin C and SPF15. The BB cream evens out and illuminates my skin whilst , having 24hr hydration. BB Creams are perfect for lighter coverage on normal to dryer skin and I absolutely love these for the summer. I cant wait to use them again. (£9.99 Superdrug)

4. MUA Whipped Velvet lip Lacquer. I again have a few of these in my makeup kit however I don’t rush to grab them and use other brands first, however that is about to change.
These liquid lipsticks are richly pigmented, silky smooth and dry quickly. They also glide on effortlessly to leave a gorgeous velvet finish that is smudge proof and long-lasting. (It took a while to get the swatches off my hand!!!) I think I have saved the colour ‘Spry’ which doesn’t seem to be available on the Superdrug website anymore but I have seen lots more colours that I am going to be purchasing and for only £3 each they are an absolute bargain.

5. W7 Keep Em Dry Waterproof Mascara Top Coat. I actually tried this out last year when I tried a handful of W7 products as I wanted to see what the hype was about. I must confess that I usually use Clarins double fix Mascara seal however at £3.99 I thought that Id give it a chance and review it. I remember that I was totally amazed. This top coat does actually waterproof your lashes and keeps your mascara in place all day! I cant remember why I stopped using it other than I had one of the Clarins products open but Ill be purchasing another one as soon as they are back in stock at W7makeup.

The makeup that I am keeping for myself

Above is the only products which I saved for myself and below you can see the bags of makeup to be donated. I cant believe that I had that much makeup sitting in my drawers which is all new or in date and I haven’t used it. That being said I have purchased a lot of makeup over the last 6 months as I have been writing a lot of blog posts (some will be posted soon) but still, that’s a lot of makeup sitting about.

Makeup to be donated

I encourage all women (and men who wear makeup) to sort out their makeup hoards at least twice a year and do something good for your family and women in need. Not only does it make you feel better for ‘sharing the wealth’ but it also means that you can see your makeup products more easily and therefore will use them before they go out of date and save yourself some money.


Let me know in the comments if you have taken my advice and de-cluttered your makeup/skincare and what products you have re-discovered and why you love them.

As with all my blog posts this is my opinion and is not sponsored or paid by any brand.

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The best SPF moisturisers for skin protection

The one thing I’m always diligent about is protecting my skin and using an SPF all year around. Many people believe that sun screen is only for holidays but they couldn’t be more wrong!

Sun protection protects you not only against UVB (which is sun burn) but also UVA (which ages and damages the skin) . Ultraviolet rays can be damaging even on cloudy days, and YES, even in the UK.
As a woman in my 40’s I need all the anti ageing help that I can get!!!!

Being diligent about SPF doesn’t have to be a challenge, but we know that our health depends on staying protected from harmful rays. The easiest way to make a change is to use an SPF moisturiser instead of a regular moisturiser under your makeup in the morning (remember to cover your eyelids, neck and any areas that are on show to the sunlight, including your ears!).

The best SPF moisturisers are SPF 20 to 50, to ensure the sun’s rays aren’t wreaking havoc with your skin cells. The higher the SPF the better at fighting the signs of ageing.


Here is a list of some of the top rated affordable SPF moisturisers:

The Ordinary Mineral UV Filters SPF30 with Antioxidants – 50ml £8.90 Feel Unique

Garnier Ambre Solaire Sensitive Advanced Face Cream SPF 50+ – 50ml £8.00 Superdrug

Neutrogena Hydro Boost City Shield SPF 25 Moisturiser – 50ml £12.99 Look Fantastic (SAVE 20% – USE CODE: 20SKIN)

e.l.f. Beauty Shield Skin Shielding Moisturiser SPF50 – 50ml £14.50 Feel Unique

Estee Lauder Multi-Protection Anti-Oxidant Sheer Tint Release Moisturiser SPF 15 –
15ml   £10.00 Estee Lauder

Vichy Idéal Soleil Velvety Cream SPF 50+ – 50ml £16.50 Look Fantastic

Clinique Super City Block SPF40 – 40ml £19.00 Look Fantastic

Neutrogena Pure and Free Baby Sunblock, SPF 50+ – 74 ml £10.75 Amazon 

Elizabeth Arden Eight Hour Cream Sun Defense For Face Spf 50 – 50ml £26 Look Fantastic

NIVEA SUN UV Face Suncream SPF 50, Shine Control – 50ml £8.00 Superdrug

Simple Kind To Skin+ Protecting Moisture Cream SPF 30 – 50ml £6.99 Superdrug 


Please note that wearing a moisturiser with an SPF doesn’t provide as much protection as wearing a sunscreen on its own and reapplying when necessary. Remember that your SPF moisturiser is under your makeup and realistically its SPF properties will diminish during the first couple of hours of wear.

If possible, it is recommended not to rely solely on moisturisers containing SPF, especially if you are spending a lot of time in the sun.
Moisturisers and make-up that contain UV protection are better than nothing at all, but for prolonged periods it is recommend to apply sunscreen with high SPF. For more information on this topic please read ‘Does the SPF in your moisturiser actually protect you from the sun?’ at Harpers Bazaar.


Protecting yourself from the harmful rays doesn’t mean that you have to give up your gorgeous summer glow. Later this month I will be publishing a post on self-tanning tips for a gorgeous self tan.


As with all my blog posts this is my opinion and is not sponsored or paid by any brand and none of the links are affiliates.

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What’s on my nightstand: Bedside Beauty Products for a Lazy Girl

As you will all know by now, I’m a fairly lazy girl and once I’m snuggled up in bed with my hubby and cat, you aren’t going to move me to carry out any form of skincare routine. With this in mind, I’ve had to create certain steps that I do in the bath/shower and then others that are easy to do in bed as I keep the products on my bedside table!!! That way I don’t have any excuses not to carry out my skincare routine!

Before I get in the bath / shower I cleanse my skin with Garnier Micellar Water to remove all of my makeup or just general grime and daytime products (if I’ve not been wearing makeup). In the shower I then re-cleanse my skin with my ‘clean sponge.’ I buy these when I’m in Paris but you can purchase them from their website (
https://cleansponge.fr/ )

Twice a week I use my Cleanlogic face and body scrubber (exfoliating pad) (£4.99 TK Maxx). As I am older (in my 40’s) with dryer skin I find that twice a week is enough for the gentle exfoliation part of my routine.


I tend to let my body dry as naturally as possible due to having eczema and so I add my body moisturiser at this point to lock in the Moisture from the shower.

This totally depends on my current favourite moisturiser and at the moment I am using EOS Berry Blossom and Aveeno Baby moisturising lotions.


When I jump into bed I have the following products on hand as I keep them on my nightstand:

  • Bottle of water to take my vitamins and also I tend to drink a lot of water during the night!!!
  • Face Serum: I’m currently loving Nip + Fab Kale Fix Protecting Shot (£24.95 Lookfantastic.com). I apply this first to lock in the goodness in my skin and so that my skin gets all of the benefits of the active ingredients. If you apply it after your moisturiser, most of the serum will sit on top of the thicker product and wont have any effect at all. It has a cocktail of essential vitamins, Kale Extract and protecting complexes, and the lightweight oil is a sheer serum texture that is instantly absorbed in to the skin.
  • Eye Cream: My current favourite is the Alex Steinherr for Primark Beauty, Sleep Spa Every Night Eye Mask (£5.50 Primark). I apply a small pea size amount of eye cream around my eyes with my ring fingers. Not only are these fingers more gentle than the others but you can give yourself a mini massage which feels good too.
  • Anti Wrinkle Moisturiser: I know what some of you are thinking but I started using an anti wrinkle nighttime moisturiser when I was in my late 20’s and I feel that it has really helped. I don’t have many wrinkles (a frown line on my forehead and a couple of fine lines around my eyes) but that’s about it and as I’m in my 40’s I don’t think that’s too bad!. It’s also not much more expensive than a regular night cream. Since I started using the Garnier Essentials Anti Wrinkle cream (£5.99 Superdrug) I haven’t changed as I absolutely love it. I do however mix it up sometimes and use my Nip + Fab Kale Fix Moisturiser (£19.95 lookfantastic.com) instead of the anti wrinkle cream as I looooove this moisturiser.
  • Lip Cream. This is a fairly new one for me however as I am doing other skincare steps on a nightly basis then I feel that I shouldn’t skip this step. I use Blistex Intensive Moisturiser (£2.69 Boots.com) as it makes my lips feel lovely and soft the next morning.
  • Hand Cream. As I’m getting older I also use a hand cream on my hands and forearms. I bought a new one at Duty Free in Mexico (Mumuso Hyaluronic Acid Hand Cream) Not only does it stop my hands from getting really dry but as they are moisturised they look younger too! Remember dry skin looks older!

It seems like a lot and at nighttime when I’m tired I definitely wouldn’t stand in the bathroom doing all of these steps however when I’m sat in bed with Gladys (my cat) on my knee, the bedtime Skincare routine doesn’t seem as arduous. 

Let me know in the comments if you have any amazing bedtime skincare products that you like to use or if you have any great ideas to make our bedtime rituals that little bit easier. 

As with all my blog posts this is my opinion and is not sponsored or paid by any brand.

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