Product Sent for Review
I’m not even sure how many times I’ve mentioned the Beautisol Tea Tan Bronzer since they sent it to me for review. It’s a lot. Most recently with a slew of other Beautisol products in my best ways to glow this summer post yesterday.
Beautisol’s Tea Tan is a temporary bronzer. This stuff is basically bulletproof. Ok, maybe not, but it really doesn’t budge, smear and it doesn’t matter if I sweat a little. Best of all, it is very easy to apply and looks natural.
I really recommend using one of Beautisol’s application mitts for an even (and mess free) application! You pump a little onto the mitt (the pump adds air to make a foam), and spread it around. You need to work fairly quickly, but the color spreads evenly and you can add more layers to build the color to something deeper. I only need to wait a minute or so for it to dry, though you might want to wait a little longer before really getting dressed just in case. Later on it washes off really easily with soap and water.
Here’s the real reason I love the Tea Tan so much. That Airbrush Legs? I always want it to work. I want it to work soooo bad. I buy a new spray, tube, whatever they’re selling each summer. I plot using it for events (yeah for great legs and no hose!) but there’s an issue and this image doesn’t really do it justice. It makes me look like an oompa loompa. Really. In person the issue is much worse, but even with the lightest shade, and even with mixing it into a little lotion… That stuff is orange-golden, and it’s the color of Willy Wonka’s little friends on my skin.
So, my choice is definitely the Tea Tan.