[[ St. Moriz 'Dark' packaging ]]
St. Moriz instant tanning mousses come in a simple, sturdy, pump action bottle - complete with instructions and tips on application. However, the pumps always seem to leak product down the bottle, creating a bit of a mess - nothing running it under the tap wont solve, but still a bit of a pain.
As you can see, both the original and the dark have the same colour, just that one is obviously darker. This means the same great, non-orange colour I've come to expect from St. Moriz with more of a 'bronzed goddess' (ok, not quite goddess) result. I prepped my skin as usual for fake tan, applied it sparingly and evenly, noted the sun cream/ cornflake smell, waited five minutes for it to dry before getting dressed and showered the excess away seven hours later...
[[ Before and after ]]
Oooft! Love it! I was left with a fantastic, medium, natural looking tan far removed from my usual 'slightly jaundiced', skin. There was no trace of orange, no streaks and no cornflake smell remained. A couple of days later, it faded to a paler, healthy colour with no patchiness - fabulous! I would happily recommend St. Moriz 'Dark' tanning mousse to anybody looking to take their tan up a notch this season. I know that the work 'Dark' is terrifying when it comes to fake tan, but as you can see, the results are far from it :)
St. Moriz tanning mousse is available from Savers for £2.99 and for order from various websites.
Which St. Moriz products have you tried? Are you a fake tanner or all about the natural glow? Which fake tans do you use?