Tan Fat Is Better Than White Fat
May 1, 2017
Jennifer Hagler Photography
By Buffy York
I spent the better part of last week in Disney as a chaperone for my son’s middle school choir and nothing opens the eyes to the fashion choices of America quite like a trip to Disney. When it comes to fashion America is not afraid and I think it is fantastic that we can express ourselves any way we want. Once I soaked in all of the different ways the patrons of Disney could translate their favorite characters into an outfit I started to notice that skin is an integral part of every ensemble and Americans are not in short supply.
While it is truly amazing that as a culture we have become so comfortable just putting it all out there for God, Mickey and everyone else to see…let me just say two things. Number 1, everyone looks a little better with some color. Number 2, tan fat looks better than white fat.
That being said I have found a super random self-tanner that I am totally digging right now. It’s random because I found it in the line when I was checking out at TJMaxx and since The Maxx is never the same place twice I have been on a mad search for it. The only place I have found that carries it is Amazon.
I’ve blogged about self-tanners in the past but Sugarbaby Tanning Mousse is my current favorite for many reasons. I am a huge fan of mousse self-tanners because they go on smooth and dry fast and this one is no different. I especially like this formulation because it is tinted so it is easy to tell where you need more or less self-tanner. This can be especially helpful around the ankles and knees that can be less forgiving if you tend to be a little heavy handed. The Sugarbaby also smells like Hawaiian Tropic when it first goes on, but like every self-tanner, if you wear it long enough it starts to smell like self-tanner, however Sugarbaby develops its color in an hour so technically you can wash it off long before the stench creeps up. I have the darker of the two formulas and it develops into a believable rich tan. It also comes in a lighter shade for lighter skin tones.
This brand also makes creams and gradual tanners which I know nothing about so if you choose to go this route let me know how it works out. I am always up for a new product. Also, I did not use gloves to apply the tanner. I just wash my hands really well afterward, and by wash, I mean scrub vigorously.
Sugarbaby Sun Believable Dark Bronze Tanning Mousse
May 2, 2017lisa flake
Love the title!!!!!..and oh how true that statement is. Can’t wait to try!
May 2, 2017Shelley Webster
Buffy….I have missed your post!! Especially the beauty and fashion ones!! I hope you start back posting regularly!!!
May 2, 2017Stephanie Mills
The key to getting self tanner off of your hands is to wash them in shaving cream.
May 29, 2017Buffy York
That is awesome. I have never heard of that. Thanks Stephanie