How to Deal with Tan Lines
Tan lines can even happen to good people. If you spent too much time under the sun and have the lines to prove it, don’t let an uneven tan get in the way of wearing the strapless staples in your summer wardrobe. While you can wait it out until the darker spots eventually fade into your natural complexion, there are a few tricks you can adopt to expedite the process. Keep reading to find out what products you need to fade tan lines fast and fade them good.
Exfoliation Is Key
Buff away dead skin in the shower by applying a scrub infused with glycolic acid daily on too-dark areas until youre lines are no longer noticable.
Glytone Exfoliating Body Wash.
Slather On Self Tanner
Once you've stepped out of the shower and dried off, apply a self tanner to hold the situation over until your tan naturally fades. A wash-off formula like Vita Liberata's allows you to adjust your makeshift tan accordingly as your real one lightens up.
Vita Liberata Body Blur Instant HD Skin Finish.
A Little Bronzer Goes A Long Way
If you have a penchent for bronzer, use a powder formulated for face and body to sweep on an extra glow that will blend light and dark spots together. A built in brush makes on-the-go touch-ups effortless.
Lancôme Star Bronzer Magic Bronzing Brush.
Set It And Forget It
Self Tanner or bronzer, no matter what you use to make your tan lines disappear, spritz on a setting spray to hold the product in place so no one ever finds out about your tanning blunder. This Tatcha spray leaves a luminous finish to really make sun-kissed skin glow.
Tatcha Luminous Dewy Skin Mist.