Tuesday, 28 January 2014

Lauren's Way Self-Tanning Bronzing Lotion in Darker than Dark Review


As a self-confessed tan-aholic, I'm always keen to try out new tans. One that I've been meaning to tell you guys about for a while now is Lauren's Way tan. Created by TOWIE's Lauren Goodger, 'Lauren's Way' is a huge range of products including fake tan, lashes and hair products. The main attraction within the range has got to be the fake tans, and a  little while ago I was sent a few bits from the range, including the Self-Tanning Bronzing Lotion in 'Darker than Dark'. 

You know me, I love being bronzed, so I had high-hopes for this faux tanner. When it comes to fake tan I always opt for lotions as I feel they are much more moisturising, and this is no different. Whilst it might look a bit scary upon application (it really is darker than dark), it sinks into the skin beautifully and leaves it looking a really gorgeous, olive colour. It doesn't smell of biscuits when applying either, which is always a bonus, and once washed off it leaves you looking gorgeous and glowing. There is a slight hint of that biscuity fake tan smell once the morning comes, but it's totally worth it for the colour this gives. It's not streaky and doesn't look orange unlike a lot of tans, but gives a much more natural look, whilst still being nice and dark. 

I really love this tan and it is most definitely up there with my favourites. It's not a bad price either, at £17.95 for 250ml. Another great thing I love about this tan is that Lauren's Way have recognised us fake-tanners are always looking to top up our tans, so their one litre bottles are ideal if you are a regular fake-tanner, and don't want to risk the 'I've run out of tan!!!' panic the night before a big event. Overall I think this tan is great and I'm definitely becoming a big fan of the entire Lauren's Way range! 

Have you tried Lauren's Way's fake tan before? What did you think?
SHARE:
All images and content © Hannah Vickers 2010- unless stated otherwise. All rights reserved.
BLOGGER TEMPLATE BY pipdig