There is a cure for those nasty tan lines!!
Working out outside can make every workout more enjoyable, but tan lines that you get from your sweat sesh can be such a bummer! Whether you have an outside job, are an athlete, avid sunbather, or just like to enjoy the outdoors, the Kona Tanning Spritzer and the Kona Tanning Gradual Tanner will get rid of any unwanted tan lines. Katie Quinn, Co-founder and CEO of Kona Tanning Company, and Bronzer to the Victoria’s Secret Angels, has just shared her tips on how to combat sock tan lines (and any other tan lines, for that matter!).
I know we are all scared of turning orange when using a self tanner but the best part about this product is,
” It looks real – really. The undertones in the Gradual Tanner were fine-tuned to work wonders on all skin tones.” says Katie.
As an avid spray tanner I can swear by her words. Being outside everyday, I get tan lines even before summer starts – and I don’t know what I would do without these products on my bathroom shelf. They are hands down my go-to products for even skin. You never know when you need to wear that new backless shirt or new cute skirt. Not only does the Gradual Tanner make my skin crazy moisturized, it smells yummy, and brings this natural shine to my skin that no other lotion does. I automatically feel more beautiful.
“A mild, controlled build of color is best for keeping consistent coverage. Over a few days, I’m able to gradually build up my feet to match my legs, and at my own pace – in the comfort of my own home” says Katie, and I couldn’t agree more! When time is of the essence and I need a quick fix, I use the Kona Spritzer straight to battle my tan lines. It is like having Katie in your home! I use a cotton ball for small areas to match my tanned skin, or latex gloves to get full body coverage. Whether my tan lines are big or small, the Gradual Tanner and Kona Spritzer fights my tan line battles for me, makes me feel gorgeous, and gives my body a sense of freedom. Kona Tanning Products are Vitamin Bridget approved!
What sports are you doing to get those nasty tan lines? What are you doing to combat them? Let me know in the comments below!