L'Oreal Sublime Bronze Self Tanning Gel Reviews
Description:Brand: L'Oreal / Self Tanning / Type: Body Care / Subcategory: Gel / Tan / What it does: Tans, Bronzes,
Newest Review: ... looks cheap, but it just gives your skin a lovely little sheen. My preference is to get the fair one and build a tan up ... more
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by - written on 22/09/12 (Very useful, 85 readings)
The Product = = = = = = I recently read a review about this product and it sounded really good, so after reading a free more reviews about this product I decided to give it a go as it sounded like the best self-tanning product available to buy. I have used many different self-tanning products and some of them leave me looking orange or streaky. I find that I get on best with gel formulas as I find them easy to apply, so when I heard this product was a self-tanning gel this also persuaded me to try the product. After reading reviews and knowing this was also a gel product I had high hopes from the product and I was hoping it was going to give me a natural ... Read the complete review
by - written on 16/10/11 (Very useful, 63 readings)
After coming back off holiday I like to keep my tan topped up as it starts to fade. I usually use false tan in the cream form, but when I saw this L'Oreal sublime bronze tanning gel I thought I give it a go. This product retails at £13 for 150ml, and can be bought from Boots and other cosmetics stores. The gel comes in two different shades, to suit different skin tones. This tanning gel can be used on your face as well as your body. The bottle is brown with an orange flip top lid. The gel is a dark brown colour, it does look a little bit off putting, but it is easier to apply. The gel will rub in easily, and will automatically make your legs look ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/10/11 (Very useful, 71 readings)
I like my fake tan especially now winter is here and there is no chance of getting a natural glow. I like to use fake bake and St Tropez but these are so expensive that they get saved for special occasions and I use cheaper ones for everyday wear. L'oreal sublime bronze tanning gel is one that I bought a few months ago when it was on promotion in boots where I could buy three l'oreal products for the price of two. The gel comes in a 150ml bottle and costs in the region of £13. Inside the bottle the gel is coloured to make application easier. I was a little worried when I first saw the colour of the gel as it is quite dark and I was a bit scared I was ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/11/10, updated on 04/11/10 (Very useful, 211 readings)
I have used this self tanning gel for over a year now. I have recently tried an alternative, more expensive one (St. Tropez) thinking it would make me look more bronzed than the L'Oreal one does, however this is not the case. L'oreal's self tanning gel is for the face and body and comes in two shades, one for fair skin and one for medium skin. I use the one for fair skin. I also prefer this to other self tanning lotions because you can use it on your face. Many others are not suitable for your face and you will require a separate bottle of tan especially for your face, which will cost you more money. I find that a tiny blob is enough for my face, ... Read the complete review
by - written on 26/10/09 (Very useful, 224 readings)
L'OREAL SUBLIME BRONZE SELF-TANNING GEL - Tinted This cost me around £9 from my local Boots. It's a self-tanning product, also known as fake tan, in a squeezy tube which is easy to identify as self-tanner because it's in those typical colours of bronze, brown and gold. The tube is 150 ml in size, and apparently it is for both the face and the body. Unlike some tanners, this one has both a long-lasting tan which develops over a few hours, and also an instant tan - it is sparkly bronze in colour, and it also contains a 'light reflecting formula'. This means that you can see where you are putting it straight away, so there is no ... Read the complete review
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