does this work for people who skin that ranges light to dark but is actually olive? So, basically, most tanners make you look, well, bad?
If it is important I have black hair, and Gold eyes, or very very light brown, hazel, depends who you ask.
I'm half french basque-half Spanish. I find now in northern New england I'm very light, still olive. And I miss my color. Even my spouse does. Home, with SPF, (ok, so it's hard to find higher than 15 sometimes, or 8) I was still me. My color. Here, I've heard this is good but, I'm jaded, I've tried so many products. So many self tanners are rotten, they go light/med/dark, but they don't take into account my actual tone. So, waste of money, and I look. BAD. Makes me want to lay out all day in the sun without my SPF but. Cancer. Wrinkles. Anyone sort of like me who has ideas? is this it? Or, what are good options?
asked 5 years, 3 months ago
on TANtalizer® Award Show Glow
I have olive skin (part American Indian), and I get compliment after compliment on this tanner! looks great, smells good, a little glitzy!
answered 2 years, 10 months ago
(The Woodlands, TX)
O think this product will be fine for your skin tone. It isn't a self tanner. It washes off with soap and water. It is water resistant, so you can even shower if you don't use soap on the areas where you've applied the mousse. It has a shimmer to it, so in the sunshine you're going to look glittery. You can't detect the glitter indoors or after sunset outside.
answered 3 years, 1 month ago
This product is not a self tanner. Also it doesnt really make you look "tan." Its more of a luminizer than a bronzer. That being said, I LOVE this product, but its not the type of thing you want to put all over your body.... just places you want to highlight.
My understanding is that this product is not a self-tanner but a body bronzer. I have medium to medium light skin (not as dark as Italian but not really light either, and my arms, neck, and stomach are darker than my legs, for instance. I can't really tell how this would work on other skin shades, but I do know that it gives a beautiful finish. It's worth trying at Sephora because they have a money back guarantee.
answered 4 years, 1 month ago
I have olive skin and this works great but only on my body, not my face. I would highly recommend you try this in combination with Sephora brand SUN self tanner. That tanner is the best I've ever tried and I've tried a ton!! I love it on my face especially. The Lorac Glow is not a self tanner, as the color only lasts until you wash it off. I use this product on my legs (shins), shoulders and chest to add a dash of color that accentuates the self tanner I use under it. It has a good smell and the foam texture is easy to spread evenly onto skin. Good luck if you decide to use it!
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
(Salt Lake City, UT)
You won't really know unless you try......and Sephora has a great return policy. Go for it!
answered 4 years, 3 months ago
I would say it's more of a bronzer than a self-tanner (although it does deposit color). I'm a fair-skinned African American and I use this for the glow it creates. This isn't like a self-tanner that comes out orange- this will give you a warm glow.
answered 4 years, 4 months ago
(Palos Verdes, CA)
I have very fair skin and any other tanner/bronzer I've ever used has made me look awful, however TANtalizer is a totally different story. It seems to adjust to your skin to give you a natural glow. You should give this one a try because it has certainly renewed my hope in getting a bronzed glow (cancer-free of course) :)
answered 5 years, 3 months ago