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Registered: ‎06-19-2010

Has anyone ever used this product. It looks interesting to me. It is not a faux tanner. I have tried many brands and didn't like any of them.  I specifically would like it for a little color on my stark white legs. I would go for the neutral radiance. Any opinions out there.

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@luvdoodles-

I thought it looked pretty good too until I read reviews of it on Amazon.

A lot said it was like a foundation and did not cover like they said, nor did it last and  it did rub off.

It seemed like it took a lot of time to put on and rub in.

 

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Ok, thanks for taking the time to find that info. I think I will pass. I hate spending money just to try something. I will read the reviews when the Q gets some. Have a good night.

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I love it!  I am 66---have some dark spots--age spots and very light complexion.  It does NOT COVER all, but somehow makes it blend/blur into my skin so not so noticeable.  My friends have all complimented and asked what I used because it looks so natural.  It takes a bit of learning the proper way to apply.  Personally, I had rather use my hand than a mitt with this one.  I have mixed with lotion, but make SURE it is an oil free lotion---lots of them out there at Walmart!  It stays on thru a few baths/showers if you don't scrub!  Plus, it has never transferred to my clothes.  Make sure you let it dry before getting dressed---I usually put on my make-up and then I am ready to dress.  I love it so much I ordered the make-up and equally pleased with that!  I even have a "stash" because I don't want to run out!  

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@pietook wrote:

I love it!  I am 66---have some dark spots--age spots and very light complexion.  It does NOT COVER all, but somehow makes it blend/blur into my skin so not so noticeable.  My friends have all complimented and asked what I used because it looks so natural.  It takes a bit of learning the proper way to apply.  Personally, I had rather use my hand than a mitt with this one.  I have mixed with lotion, but make SURE it is an oil free lotion---lots of them out there at Walmart!  It stays on thru a few baths/showers if you don't scrub!  Plus, it has never transferred to my clothes.  Make sure you let it dry before getting dressed---I usually put on my make-up and then I am ready to dress.  I love it so much I ordered the make-up and equally pleased with that!  I even have a "stash" because I don't want to run out!  


Thank you @pietook. Is it difficult to remove? I haven't received mine yet. 

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No, not difficult---I use one of those net bath scrubbing things ??? LOL----and when I really want it off, I will apply a bit more pressure.  Start with small amount when applying and then you will get the idea of how much to use.  Also, only do one sectionn at a time--as in forearm---then upper arm etc.  I also, but not always, exfoliate before applying but always let my skini dry thoroughly before applying----Westmore and oil products don't mix too well!  Hope you love it as much as I do!

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Registered: ‎03-10-2010

I love this product.  I keep well stocked on these items.  Does what it says.  And now that I learned to buff lightly after it dries I get no transfer.  Westmore is the bomb.  Will always keep these at the house.  I mix the Natural with the Golden.  Makes everything look so good on.  Beautiful color.l