And the after:
I tried to be as fair as I could with the pics, they were taken in the same spot in my bathroom in the same lighting.
I bought this dark mousse from my local B&M store for £2.99. Usually I'm a St.Tropez girl and if I'm honest that is the only fake tan I can draw comparisons to as it's the only one I usually use. I found that the colour achieved wasn't as golden as St.Tropez but I liked that... it was more natural looking on my skin tone. The direct comparison to be made was how long it lasts... it pretty much all came off when I showered the following morning where St.Tropez lasts DAYS on me.
I did have my doubts about this product because face facts... at £30 less than my usual bottle of sunshine it would suggest that surely some quality would be missing? Making direct comparisons, the only 'negative' point I found to St.Moriz was that it was 'wetter' than St.Tropez making blending in lengthier and also dry time, meaning I had to that fake tan walk for longer! But, playing devil's advocate, if you're new to tanning or not the best applicator of fake tan this fact may be a good thing because you have a longer 'play' time with it.
So, to conclude I have to think if this 'wetter' issue is worth the £30? Yes. Yes it is!
Here are my ugly legs shot... (I always have bruises and scratches because I have 5 dogs who I play fight with! And they also take me on walks and run into me. A lot!)
Following trying this dark mousse, I am going to try the rest of the St.Moriz range because value for money is second to none in my opinion!