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EX­PRESS BEAUTY WITH SARAH SIMP­SON

We all know by now that bak­ing in the sun isn’t the way to go about get­ting a tan – th­ese days, we fake it till we make it.

Luck­ily, for­mu­la­tions and fra­grances in the tan­ning world have gone from strength to strength, mean­ing a be­liev­able nat­u­ral tan

is eas­ily achieved.

THE T IN­STANT TAN

If you’re caught short and need to t tan in a flash, then an in­stant op­tion n is per­fect for you. Quick dry­ing s sprays like Le Tan Wash Off, $23, g give in­stant colour that you can la layer up to the level of dark­ness y you’re af­ter. Th­ese for­mu­las are r rain­proof and trans­fer-re­sis­tant and w will only wash off with soap and w wa­ter – so no need to be afraid o of get­ting caught out.

THE T GRAD­UAL TAN

Grad­ual G tans are one of the most favoured f tans in the cat­e­gory and this is

THE T SPRAY TAN

Q Quick and easy tan­ning is another d draw card and this St Tropez Self T Tan Ex­press bronz­ing mist, $56, d does just that. De­signed to only need to be on your skin for an hour, you’re able to tan in a flash a and achieve a rich, dark shade. A Ap­ply onto skin, rub in with a tan­ning mitt to avoid any stain­ing, and in one hour you’ll have a flaw­less tan. If you want to take the tan to the dark­est shade it can go, leave on for up to three hours and then rinse.

Al­low hum­mus to stand cov­ered in the fridge for at least an hour be­fore serv­ing to al­low the flavours to meld.

Serve with crisp toasts or bis­cotti.

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