last year i did a Grail or Fail review of self tanners (read here) and thought i would give my self tanner review a little update.
these were my fails:
|maybe you have had better luck with them, they're just not suited to my skin tone|
given that i love St. Tropez so much, you might be asking yourself "why in the heck is this crazy lady looking for another self tanner?" i'll tell you why:
- did i mention already that i'm addicted to self tanner?
- i really do want to stay informed on the latest and greatest
- i like trying new products
the Gradual Self Tanner is pretty impressive. it eliminates the limfacs (that's Air Force speak for limiting factors) like: did i exfoliate enough? did i moisturize enough? did i spread too thick? did i spread too thin? is it streaky? etc. instead, you simply apply like a typical lotion and within a few days your body has a nice "glow" to it. you aren't left with orange hands or missed spots. it is sort of like Self Tanning For Dummies.
instead of giving you a Grail or Fail, i decided upon a new method of ranking products:
not my Holy Grail of products, but definitely worthwhile if you are a bit timid in the self tanning department. maybe you've been burned (or in this case, oranged) too many times and are scared to give it another shot, QUICKTAN Gradual Self Tanner is a good place to start.
the QUICKTAN Instant Self Tanner is a decent product, but i wasn't blown away by its capabilities. for those if you in the market for instant tan, i would still recommend St. Tropez.