Thawing your hands can be tricky if you don’t know what you’re doing.
Amber, owner of Bronze Cactus Sunless, shared a videotapes demonstrates the simple swiping technique she uses to easily melt her knuckles and fingers.
First, she suggests applying lotion to your hands to keep the skin hydrated.
While Amber says you shouldn’t pre-tann your whole body, there are certain areas that need to be treated to help keep the color from fading.
“You just apply it to your hands, elbows, ankles and feet because the color will draw in to those areas,” she says.
Applying this cream on her tanning feet, she started spreading the product on her arms and when it reached her hands she formed a claw shape.
Using gloves, she makes sure to apply the product to the insides of her fingers and knuckles.
The swipe technique will force your fingers to bend forward, exposing the skin in between the knuckles and helping them capture the tan.
After mixing the color, she used a brush to spread the product evenly on her hand.
She then combs from hand to wrist to avoid any harsh streaks or color gaps.
To make her tan look as natural as possible, she used a body wash to remove excess product from the inside of her palms.
Beauty lovers praise her for sharing this technique, saying, “This is so helpful!” and “I NEED this video.”
To get rid of tan patches, the twins shared a salt and shampoo trick to easily remove any stains, claiming it’s “the best hack we’ve ever done.” to try on.”
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