This summer the tan is back. While there is an anything goes attitude to beauty right now, the trend for tan is fixed and its dark. That doesnt mean you have to follow the beauty rule book, but where last summer a deep tan was a no-no, this season you can get back to slathering on those fake tans. Whether youre looking for a time-saving tanner, a shade that will protect your skin or a fake tan that will never fail you, then read on and find your perfect match hereMore
No you haven’t read it wrong; Lee Stafford, he of the hair world, has branched out into fake tan. The range includes mousse, spray and cream tanners which glide on easily and dry fast. All the tans are wash-off, but you can be sure they won’t budge until you want them to.
Fake My Tan, from £8.99 by Lee Stafford at Boots
L’Oreal’s new tan-in-a-can has an ultra wide nozzle to diffuse the fine mist so you can ensure an even, natural tan. Thanks to the fast-drying mist, there is no need to laboriously rub the product in which means no tell-tale brown palms. Just remember to cover your feet with a towel to avoid the mist settling on your feet and turning them darker than the rest of you.
Sublime Bronze Express Pro, £13.99 by L'Oreal at Boots