St. Tropez Applicator Mitt Reviews
Product Type: St Tropez in Beauty
Description:Brand: St Tropez / Type: Mitt
Newest Review: ... enough to get my St Topez mitt from the sale section in my local Boots for a mere £1.20ish which I was incredibly pleased ... more
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Customer St. Tropez Applicator Mitt Reviews (7)
by daisylee3 - written on 11/11/12
I'm naturally very pale and although I am quite happy with this I do use fake tan occasionally for a more olive skin tone, especially during the winter as I think I can look quite washed out and ill at times! While I prefer a spray tan for a natural finish I find that bottled tan can look just as good as long as it is applied correctly and it is cheaper as well. A lot of my friends just apply fake tan with their hands which I am also guilty of doing in the past but because I was self concious of my orangey brown palms I now always use a mitt. I was lucky enough to get my St Topez mitt from the sale section in my local Boots for a mere £1.20ish which I was ... Read the complete review
by - written on 05/06/11, updated on 05/06/11 (Very useful, 43 readings)
When it comes to fake tan, I'm a self confessed addict! I absolutely love fake tan. I've tried a lot of tanning mitts, sponges and even cotton wool to apply my fake tan, not afraid to say I prefer to use my hands.. even if I don't tend to get all the product off and my hands become orange! Just simply because I'm not wasting any of the product being soaked up by the mitt and is just more convenient for me. Odd I know! The mitt is pretty much like a plain black glove made out of thin material on one side and velvet on the opposite side. It feels really soft against your skin, very silky. I believe it is made to fit all hand sizes as its quite a large mitt 9 ... Read the complete review
by - written on 30/04/10 (Very useful, 415 readings)
In my time on DooYoo I've written quite a few reviews about fake tanning products, mainly because I am somewhat addicted to them and can't stand being pale! For any of those that use fake tan products you'll know there are a couple of problems that you can encounter, the main two being an orange streaky tan and dirty looking palms from application of the fake tan. Due to my in depth research and testing of fake tan products I think I've pretty much overcome the first problem but the second one does still prove a problem... even as I sit here writing this review my palms are distinctly browner that the rest of my body! The main reason for this is that I've left my St ... Read the complete review
by - written on 18/06/10 (Very useful, 178 readings)
I received the St Tropez Applicator Mitt in a St Tropez set that I was bought as a gift for Christmas. I probably would not have gone out and bought this product alone but as I had it in my cupboard decided to give it a go. I am a big fan of fake tan products, but find it horrendous to get off your hands and always seem to have super tanned hands after applying my tan. I often use disposable rubber gloves, but this applicator mitt seems to be the eco-friendly solution to masses of rubber gloves. The mitt is about £3-£4 and is very thin black lycra on one side and a thicker spongey material on the other side which is beige in colour. You put your ... Read the complete review
by - written on 14/01/12 (Very useful, 34 readings)
You'd be a sinner if you used hands for fake tanning. Orange hands isn't a good look for anyone, let alone if you're trying to pull of a natural sun-kissed tan! I have used various tanning applicators in the last couple of years including gloves, mitts and sprays. Mitts are my favourite by a mile, especially the St Tropez one. Normally, I am a bit curious to purchase mitts as a few I've owned before (such as Primarks £2 mitt) have soaked up most of the tan and turn mouldy quite quickly. I found the St Tropez mitt on Amazon not long ago and due to the brand being so amazing I couldn't resist trying it out. The mitt is pretty basic - but it doesn't need to ... Read the complete review
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