You Only Need $13 for Glowing, Sunkissed Spring

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I’ve committed the cardinal sin of the skincare world in the past, and I’m finally here to admit it: I used to go tanning in a tanning bed. (Yes, it was for prom because I am a #basicbitch.) In complete honesty, I loved my time in the tanning bed. I’d listen to music and daydream all while my skin was scorched until it turned golden brown! I’ve always had naturally tan skin, but the cold Midwestern winters turn me many, many shades lighter than where my skin goes in the summer. So like any person who loves having a tan but fears the harmful effects of the sun, I started self-tanning.

About a year ago, I entered the self-tanning world with wide eyes. I was so unfamiliar with the intricacies of self-tanner that I forgot to buy a mitt, didn’t wash my hands after applying, and I walked away with orange splotches all over my legs. I’ve improved my technique over the last year,…

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