L'Oreal Sublime Bronze Self-Tanning Mist is not on my personal list of must-haves, for obvious reasons. seriously, if you don't know, look at my photo...
however, when i was asked to review this, i thought, how could i go about doing this? i would have to look at it from a different point of view.
so, i used it...stop laughing...seriously, i followed the directions, and really thought, i just need to see how easy it is to use. the bottle says that it is able to be sprayed at any angle. so that's what i did.
i sprayed one leg (hysterical, i know), and thought it was simple enough. of course, waiting for it to dry wasn't too incredibly long, but i still felt strange having to wait before i could get dressed.
i wanted to see if i could really get a "glow" effect. i needed to have a comparison, so i just sprayed the one leg for three days. and, to no one's surprise, nothing dramatic happened. it was slightly bronzed. almost like i applied a foundation-- it wasn't a difference that anyone would notice, but looked natural.
so, if you want to try it go ahead, i think it would be worth a shot. it doesn't cost much, and most drugstores now have a really good return policy, and it's easy to use. of course, you can always read other reviews from peole who used it .