Is a manual St Tropez best? There is a salon beside me that does it, including a scrub, and also the spray. They do st tropez or Fake Bake at £25, Sunsensation spray at £18, and the manual St tropez with scrub at £35, and a respray within 4 days for £10.
It's my daughter's wedding on Sunday the 22nd. Which tan should I go for and what day should I get it done? I'll exfolliate like mad for the next couple of weeks, so its got a good base to sink into. BTW I'm quite fair skinned.
Suggestions are very welcome!
You won't go orange with St tropez, it has a green tinge to it, to counteract any orange tones. When you wash off the guide colour you'll be a lovely shade.
I'm very fair and it suits me, a properly trained therapist will custom blend your tan so it's lighter in certain areas to look more natural. Just check they have been trained by St Tropez and know how to custom blend the colour.