Valerie Loftus was a tanning sceptic... but this might have just changed her mind.
I’ve never really been one for fake tan – literally because I could not be arsed with the effort of it all. However, my natural leg colour could best be described as ‘sickly’. To avoid this, I tend not to get my legs out at all. Opaque tights are my best friend.
But I couldn’t exactly wear 60 deniers to the VIP Style Awards on Friday, could I? So I had to do something about the old legeens.
In a mad dash around Penneys, I picked up the €5 PS… Tanning Water, thinking that anything with ‘water’ in the name couldn’t be that bad.
I’d heard whispers that it was good but there’s virtually no information on the internet about it other than the fact that it exists, so I felt like I was taking a bit of a stab in the dark.
Armed with my first ever fake tan mitt, I set about making myself slightly more brown than I was that morning. And here’s what I learned:
What you get is a light but even tan that just lifts the skin a little bit. It’s not orange, it’s not streaky, but just right for me. Here I am on the VIP red carpet, looking like I’d been in Lanzarote for a week to ten days:
It won’t be the answer for gals who like a deep tan, but the Tanning Water did make me feel more confident about having my legs out. So, tanning sceptics and all my fellow gals who just could not be arsed – there is a way.
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