Colour pop

Your self- tan­ning ex­cuses end here.

Elle (Canada) - - Body -

“I hate the sticky feel of lo­tions.” Try an oil—these prod­ucts are ul­tra-hy­drat­ing and easy to ap­ply be­cause they are of­ten tinted. Vita Lib­er­ata Marula Dry Oil Self Tan ($65, at Sephora, sephora.ca) con­tains marula oil. Rich in omega fatty acids, it plumps skin. “That smell,

though.” That’s DHA , a mol­e­cule that re­acts with skin pro­teins to give you an in­stant Gisele vibe. Try St. Tropez Self Tan Clas­sic Bronz­ing Mousse ($54, at drug­stores and mass-mar­ket re­tail­ers). The com­pany hired luxe fra­grance house Gi­vau­dan to cre­ate a fresh scent that works with the notes in DHA , thereby bury­ing that sig­na­ture odour in a bou­quet of green ap­ple, laven­der, rose, tuberose and musk. “My tan dis­ap­pears faster than a Kylie Lip Kit.” Try Ro­dan + Fields Essentials Foam­ing Sun­less Tan ($30, at ro­danand­fields.com/ca). It con­tains nar­cis­sus­bulb ex­tract, which slows skin-cell turnover, keep­ing you bronzed for longer.

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