CosBeauty Magazine #86

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CosBeauty is the #BeautyAddict's guide to lifestyle, health and beauty in Australia.
In this issue:
- The 2019 Christmas Gift Guide
- City Skin Detox
- Fool Proof Steps for Party Survival
- Diet is a Dirty Word
- Hair Trends from Catwalk Zimmerman
- Fertility Options for Cancer Survivors

BEAUTY

Self tanning

Bali Body Self Tanning

Mousse, $29.95

Bali Body Gradual Tan, $25.95

Sunescape Instant Self-Tan

Mousse, $44.95

We all know how harmful the sun’s rays can be, so

why not bluff your way to being a bronze goddess?

There’s nothing like a faux tan to make legs look

longer, leaner, shapelier and detract attention

from lumps, bumps, veins and other perceived

imperfections.

In the past few years, fake tans have come a long

way so there’s less chance of turning out the colour

of a carrot. The fi rst rule of a fl awless fake tan is

exfoliation. The night before your tan, use a body

scrub or exfoliating lather to remove any dry, fl aky

skin. This will ensure that your tan is applied to

a smooth, even canvas, resulting in a consistent,

natural-looking glow.

Before applying fake tan, slip on latex gloves

or a tanning mitt; orange palms are an obvious

fake-tan giveaway. It’s also important the gloves

fi t tightly, as loose gloves may leave streaks when

applying tan to skin.

Wait at least 15 minutes for the fake tan to dry

before putting clothes on. Most tans take between

two to eight hours to develop, so try to stay dry –

don’t shower, swim or work out – before then.

And remember: by keeping your skin hydrated

with a quality moisturiser every day, your skin will

be less likely to peel and the precious pigment will

be sealed in for as long as possible.

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