on Apr 27, 2009 @ 01:54 pm|
So I'm VERY pale, and in the sun... I'm downright neon-white.
And I'm tempted to try out some self tanner or moisturizer of some sort to get a bit of colour going on my legs, but I'm not sure what to try first.
My two main concerns :
1) I have VERY sensitive skin (even some moisturizers irritate it), so I need to be careful with what I put on my legs.
2) I really don't want to turn myself orange. I just want a bit of colour so I don't blind half of the people in Toronto as the weather keeps getting better!
|Me too!! on Apr 28, 2009 @ 06:45 pm|
I have pale skin too! Irish, burning-in-two-seconds skin!!! So I'm interested in suggestions too! :)
|Vaseline and Victoria's Secret on May 03, 2009 @ 10:34 am|
Hey ladies! I have sensitive fair skin as well. I do tan in the sun, but avoid it to avoid cancer. I have tried many self tanners and the two I also resort back to are the Vaseline Healthy Body Glow and Victoria's Secret Bare Bronze Facial Moisturizer. Neither make me orange nor irritate my skin. They both smell amazing as well! The Bare Bronze smells of coconuts and the Vaseline is more chemically but definitely not as bad as some tanners out there. Good luck and I hope my suggestions helped! :)
|Vaseline on May 03, 2009 @ 03:29 pm|
I agree. I used to use the Vaseline lotion and it was very good. It takes maybe a couple of applications to get a good colour out of it. But it was definitely very natural colour. It does smell chemically, but I usually put it on before bed so that I don't have to smell it on me. :)
Now I use Jergens Natural Glow Express because I'd like to see colour overnight and it does the job. This one tends to streak though if not properly applied, so I find that mixing it with a little bit of your regular lotion will help it spread easier.
|Bronzing! on May 12, 2009 @ 06:10 pm|
Another pale person chiming in!
|Brozring! on May 22, 2009 @ 10:28 pm|
Try Victorias Tanning lotions!