Get Quick Color with Sublime Bronze Tinted Gel

Loreal Sublime Bronze One Day tinted gel, beautyEvery year, I somehow manage to forget how pasty, “winter”-colored legs look when you slip into my first summer sun dress. This was my dilemma as I was putting together an outfit for a baby shower on Saturday morning. The adorable hot pink shift I picked was begging for some glowing gams, but I didn’t have time to get a spray tan.

Enter Loreal’s new Sublime Bronze One Day tinted gel, ($8.09, walgreens.com)!

This instant tanning gel pumps into your palm as a rather intimidating deep bronze  glaze, but the color evens out quickly once you rub it into your skin. I loved that this one didn’t have that tell-tale tanner smell because it’s DHA free. I applied an even coat over my legs, arms and chest and waited for it to dry.

(about 10 minutes, just to be safe). Then, for good measure, I scrubbed my hands with soap and a loofah to avoid the home tan golden-palm look. Sure enough the product left a subtle, but very noticeable glow, successfully transforming me from “January” to “June”!

You can apply multiple layers of the gel for a deeper effect, but I didn’t find the coverage to be as good at evening skin tone out as I find with real sunless-tanning products. All in all, this is a great product to have on hand between other self-tanning treatments, especially if you’re as short on time as you are on tan!

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NOTICE: None of the celebrities or individuals discussed here have ever received treatment, surgery, medical advice, or evaluations from any author, physician, surgeon, or representative of this blog. All images and photos in this article represent models only. No actual patients or clients are shown.

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