I recently spent three days in Majorca on a girls holiday and it got me thinking how nice it would be to have a proper tan for once rather than going on holiday or even getting the shorts out at home for that matter and looking like a ghost then having horrible tan lines.
So I decided time to get tanned and stay tanned, I've tried a lot of different at home fake tans most of which I haven't gotten on with and I've ended up streaky and a little orange which I hate hate hate I would rather be pale!. I've even tried the professional spray tan I stood (topless!!!) in a booth while an orange lady sprayed me, the whole experience was an ordeal and one that I'm not keen to try again. I was sticky for hours, smelt funny and generally uncomfortable until I washed it off that night all of that to only have one day worth of good tan.
That brings me to my latest tanning adventures and the controversial subject of tanning beds. I've joined up to kwiktan and so far I'm loving it! It's a lot less money than any other tanning route. It's not as scary as i thought it was going to be either with the new style stand up beds.
There is so much controversy around this it's unreal, there are lots of things around talking you the dangers of using a sun bed And there is no doubting there are some risks and it is NOT for everyone and not everyone's skin can handle it if you are one of those people that burns really easily rather than tans then you should stay away as the salon will put your safety over your custom.
You can be safe using the beds make sure you only use it for a few minutes and protect your skin which the salon can advise you on.
I would love to hear what your tanning routine is!.