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Peter Pan

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ive just opened a new bottle of su-do bronze tan lotion, and used it for the first time the other night, now i dont know if its me or not, but the colour guide isnt much to write home about, you can hardly see where you been etc, i was using Sun Laboratories, which was VERY dark.

just wondered if anyone else had the same feeling with the su-do tan lotion

i sprayed my niece the other night, and applied the usual way, same for everyone, but she came over the next morning and her knees where white - totally missed by me (i think not) or shes rubbed the lotion in her sleep - ive never had this before and was just wondering if anyone else had same prob
 

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Hiya

I used sudo a few years back and yes the guide colour is really light and I found it fairly difficult to see especially if my lighting wasnt great.
 

Peter Pan

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Hiya

I used sudo a few years back and yes the guide colour is really light and I found it fairly difficult to see especially if my lighting wasnt great.
thanks for that flower- thought it was me - if i remember rightly su-do never used to be this light did it? i used to swear by it. but have to admit sun-labs is far better
 

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i like the bronze shade, but as it is a new system that ive learnt i cant get to grips with the lack of colour guide. im used to solglo and they have a light but definate colour guide. ive a good boss so im sure i will pick up a routine that ensures even coverage!
 

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