Don't moisturise before you tan your legs, as the oils in your lotion can cause a streaky finish says Vita Liberata tan founder Alyson Hogg. Instead, use Vita Liberata's oil-free Body Mist, £15.38 (boots.com). It regulates the skin's pH and refines pores for a more even colour, while peppermint and rose tone and nourish the skin.
Follow with a layer of the Vita Liberata's 24ct Silken Shimmer, £15.38 (boots.com). It's a wash-off that delivers self tan and shimmer to the skin - buff it in with a mitt for a professional finish. Or try Sally Hansens Airbrush Legs, £10.20 (superdrug.com) if you prefer a spray-on.
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Remove dry skin from heels with a good quality foot file, Andrea recommends Diamancel The Classic Big Buffer, £39.90 (debenhams.com).
Use a good quality moisturiser on your heels; I like CCS Foot Care Cream £7.14 (boots.com), which has a high concentration of Urea (a humectant found naturally in the skin that attracts moisture, but is greatly reduced dehydrated skin) that works to hydrate seriously dry patches.
Next, remove all old varnish and shape your toe nails. Use a bright polish like Essie's new Silken Cord, £9.95 (nailsbymail.co.uk), a summery red, and finish with a super-shiny top coat - I love Seche Vite Dry Fast Top Coat, £7.60 (feelunique.com).