Fake Bake Self-Tanning Mousse Reviews

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    Two words: Use it!

    At college and seperated from my favorite spray tanning salon, I was time to figure out how to get my tanned look on my own. (gulp) After trying a few different products, sprays, lotions and other mousses, i found true love in this one. Easy to apply, not streaky, is tinted so you can know where you have applied it too, and is gradual so it doesnt make you suddenly orange. — 2 years, 5 months ago
    itisbekah | 4 reviews

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  • 9

    Safe and pretty tan

    Love the mousse version of their regular self tanner. It's so much easier to apply/blend and doesn't leave any gross looking streaks. It looks a very NATURAL colour unlike a lot of other self tanners that I've tried in the past. Also, you can use this one on your face instead of shelling out for a separate facial lotion which I've also been sucked into in the past. All in all, totally worth the pr...read moreice! At $30 it will last a long time (I'm still on my first bottle!) and will even ship free from eBeauty (yes, I am a sucker for free shipping on Canadian websites). Definitely try this product if you're looking for a quality self-tanner that's super versatile. — 2 years, 10 months ago
    PPolished | 57 reviews

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  • 9

    Bake Away!

    Love Fake Bake and this new addition to their line-up is excellent. The formula literally looks like whipped chocolate mousse. It soaks in quickly so use self-tanning application gloves if you have them. The formula has a fresh, pleasant scent that dissipates as it dries leaving a barely detectable hint of the chemical in all self-tanners. But here's the one caveat about this product: Apply the Fa...read moreke Bake self-tanner at night and rinse it off in the shower the next morning. The temporary color that helps you apply the product evenly is not water resistant so if you do have an encounter with water (I decided it was the perfect time to hose down the back porch. Duh. Not) you'll end up looking like a giraffe. It doesn't wash off the self-tanner, just the bronzer. Or, you can buff of the bronzer with a towel after it thoroughly dries. I found the resulting color natural and pretty, not orange. — 4 years, 11 months ago
    azspagirl | 45 reviews

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  • 9

    My co-editior's review (aka - my sister)

    I've recently found that tanning mousse is my new favorite way to get a fake tan. All though it's not the first time hearing of it, I feel I've finally found a pair that have mastered the art. Fake Bake self-tanning mousse gives a rich, dark golden tan & most definitely did not turn me orange (noted for pale & sensitive skin). — 5 years, 1 month ago
    mikaela | 92 reviews

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