I haven’t done a product pick post is so long! Wtf is going on with me? What a weirdo. However, today I have a product that I’ve been literally obsessed with and as I sat and thought about how much I love it I thought “write about it you freak…WRITE ABOUT IT!” So here we are, discussing my love for the St Tropez Bronzing Mist.
You guys, this is literally the easiest self tanner I have ever used. Hands down. I actually am just realizing now that I mentioned this on a wishlist and said I would update you if it was as amazing as I thought it was going to be…look at me following through! Yes, it is as amazing as I thought it would be. Maybe even better.
It’s a fine mist aerosol, which allows you to literally just spray yourself down with it. It dries extremely quickly so I like to do one area at a time and then smooth it in with a tanning mitt. But to be completely honest a lot of times I get lazy and just spray it on without rubbing it in and it comes out just fine.
Once it’s on you are dry in seconds, and can get dressed almost immidiately. You have to leave it on for 4-8 hours before showering, but unlike a lot of other tanners it leaves no stickiness or odor so a lot of times I do it before I get dressed and just leave it on until I shower the next day.
I have literally never gotten one single streak or harsh line with this stuff. It’s pretty much fool proof. As for the color it’s the same green/red base as all St Tropez tanners tend to be, which for my skin tone ends up being extremely natural looking.
It doesn’t last quite as long as the foaming mousse from the same brand but since it is so easy to apply I kind of don’t mind at all
That isn’t the most dramatic difference because I already had quite a bit of tanner on when I took the photos but I figured you guys would want to see the finished product either way.
So if you’re looking for the easiest laziest way on earth to self tan, St Tropez Bronzing Mist is for you. Now that it’s so easy to get an even tan that isn’t orange I’m probably going to wind up tanning year round. I guess we’ll see once the winter hits if I’m truly a lazy lump or not.