How to Keep a Tan

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Keeping a tan is best done by not exfoliating the skin too much, keeping the body and skin hydrated to maintain elasticity and using a tinted bronzing product to enhance the color of a natural tan. Make the most of a natural suntan with beauty advice from a certified aesthetician in this free video on makeup.

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Hi, I'm Kelly. I'm an aesthetician and makeup artist at Ulta Salon and Cosmetics, and I'm going to give you some tips on how you can keep a tan. The most important thing you want to remember when you're trying to keep a tan is first of all, you don't want to exfoliate a whole lot, because that's going to really slough off a lot of your tanned skin cells and that's going to make your skin appear lighter. So, you don't want to exfoliate a whole lot, but you do want to keep yourself really, really hydrated, and keep your skin really moisturized. So, this is a really good product. This is by GloFusion. I'm just going to put a little bit of this on her. And this actually works with the natural proteins in your skin to keep your tan enhanced, and help your skin hold its color. Plus, it's really hydrating, and it helps to get rid of any dry or ashiness that might be caused from the sun. So, that's one thing that you can do. Another thing that you can do is actually use like a tinted bronzing product that actually will enhance the color of your tan, and also help your skin hold it a lot longer. Another thing that you can do as well is to get some bronzer, some shimmer powder that you can use that helps to just kind of enhance the color and it'll keep you looking tan, and keeping you looking like you were out in the sun without actually having to go out into the sun, but the most important thing to remember is just to keep your skin really hydrated, and get an actual product that's made to help your skin hold tan. So, those are some things that you can do to help your skin keep a tan.


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