Professional Tips & Advice

Which fake tan suits pale skin that burns easily?

2 Min Read Thursday 22nd August 2019

Pale skin? Freckles? Red hair? It’s likely that your skin burns under the sun without proper protection from a sunscreen with a high SPF.

First off, it’s brilliant that you’re safeguarding your skin from the harmful effects of the sun with a good slathering of sunblock. Protecting your skin from UV rays reduces the risk of burns, sunspots, premature ageing, wrinkles, liver spots and more.

Getting a tan from a bottle is the safest way for all skin types to achieve a golden glow. A gentle touch of colour instead of a rich, full-on tan tends to suit those with fairer skin tones. Plus, a subtle layer of natural-looking tanner allows freckles to shine through too.

Gradual Self Tan Lotion is a brilliant place to start if you’ve got a peaches and cream skin complexion. The gentle colour change brightens the skin without overpowering the natural beauty of freckles and you can apply it as often as you like to achieve a richer finish, essentially layering or building up your colour to create a personalised glow. You remain in control of your shade so you can play about with your colour as often as you like, change it with the seasons or amp it up for some extra glamour as and when the mood takes you.

Another game-changing self-tan product for pale skin that burns easily is Sleep Gradual Tanning Drops. Add a drop or two to your regular night-time moisturiser, oil or serum and blend over your face to wake up to a golden glow in the morning. Feel free to use over consecutive evenings to create a buildable finish.

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