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Monday, March 19, 2018

Makeover Monday // St. Moriz Self Tanner Review

Happy Monday! Wasn't it just Friday?! I swear it was! The weekend went by so fast but we did get a few things accomplished! If you read my blog post on Friday, I said something about starting to shiplap our guest bedroom that we are turning into my office/guest bedroom. Well, we got one wall completed! Yay! Now just to shiplap the other 3 walls! I cannot wait to show you guys the transformation. Would that be a blog post you guys would be interested in? Let me know!

Now back to Makeover Monday! After a highly requested blog post on the new self tanner I have been trying, I am finally writing it for y'all. I wanted to use it a few times before giving my honest opinion because I am never going to try and influence you on something I am not 100% sure of. I want you guys to trust me when I do blog posts because that is my number one rule when it comes to blogging, is to NEVER lose your trust.

After using the St. Moriz self tanner for a few weeks now, I can give my honest opinion. There are definitely some pros and cons when it comes to this self tanner. So instead of just rambling any longer, I am going to just do a pro and con list below!

St. Moriz Self Tanner

1. Very inexpensive (less than $15 a bottle)     
2.) It is a foam substance so it is easier to apply,
which also makes it a quick application.
3.) Doesn't have a strong self tanner scent. 
If you use self tanner, you know exactly what 
I am talking about. It does have a "tan" smell 
but its' not overwhelming. 
4.) Doesn't streak if applied correctly. 
5.) It is colored so you can see when applying.
6.) Leaves a nice bronzed color.

1.) Mine did not come with a mitt
so if you do not already have a self tanning mit,
you will need to purchase one of those as well. 
They are around $3-$5. 
2.) The color looks like a charcoal color when applying.
It doesn't leave you with this color so don't freak out
when applying like I did the first time. HA! 
3.) Tan only lasts between 3-5 days. I think this is good 
considering the price, but usually self tanners last 7 days. 
4.) When it begins to fade, it doesn't really fade evenly. 

Whew, that was a lot! Hope that wasn't too overwhelming! As you can see, there are more pros than cons. I would highly suggest this self tanner especially for the price. It is comparable to the St. Tropez that I love but doesn't have the same price tag. St. Tropez is better quality but if are not wanting to spend $40 on a bottle of self tanner, St. Moriz is the way to go. I have a blog post on my self tanning routine if you would like to see how to use self tanner. I am going to be working on an updated version because I have changed it a little, but it is still a great tutorial. 

Here is a before and after of my legs. Yes, I just tanned one leg just for you guys so you could see the results! Hehe. Thank goodness it's not shorts season yet! 

This is letting it "soak" for 8 hours. 

This is after rinsing it off in the shower, so the final results. 

As always, just click on the picture to shop. I have linked both the dark (the one I use) and medium bottle of St. Moriz as well as the St. Tropez if you would rather try that. Have a great Monday, friends! FYI, the medium color of the St. Moriz is only $6.99 and the St. Tropez is 15% off! 


Jen Miracle