How to Remove Salon Tanning Bronzer Stains From the Skin

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Removing salon tanning bronzer stains is easy, so long as you've got access to the right tools. Remove salon tanning bronzer stains with help from a professional makeup artist in this free video clip.

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Hi, I'm Erin Hendley, professional makeup artist, and today I'm here to answer your question on how to remove tanning stains from the skin. Sometimes when we go to the tanning salon we get the airbrush tan or we do an at home self tanner too. And sometimes we have a little bit of a streak where we just messed up or didn't blend in properly. Now the best way to deal with this is to go in with a petroleum jelly. Removing the stain does involve a little bit of irritation to the skin because we are working it in heavily. And sometimes our stain is just going to show a little bit differently from the rest of the blended in product. So what we are going to do is take our petroleum jelly and just work it in to the skin. We're just blending the edges out so it doesn't look as harsh. And it looks seamless. And we can tell that the product is coming out on the sponge. And that the place that we had being quite obvious has disappeared. Now that we did have to move and manipulate the product on the skin it has caused a little bit of redness but not too much. And it's going to go away very quickly. See it anywhere else do the same thing. The petroleum jelly is really a good manipulator. It is a little bit shiny so go over with a clean edge and just blot it in. You can go in with a cotton round to relieve any of the extra shininess as well. But right now we're just purposely dealing with the color. I'm Erin Hendley, and I just showed you how to remove a sunless tanning stain.


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