Friday, 17 January 2014

Bondi Sands Self Tanning Foam Review (Light/Medium)

Hi lovelies! Today I want to talk about a product that made my favorites list for 2013 (full blog post is here if you missed it). One of my blogger friends, Chelsea from Confessions of a Beauty Addict (check out her blog here - it's awesome!) did a great review on it a while ago so I decided to purchase it based on her recommendation. 

As you guys know, I love my fake tanner and have used a whole load of them during my time as a beauty blogger so I know a good fake tan when I see one. This seriously has to be the best fake tanner I have used! I would go as far as to say that it is better than St Tropez which holds the title of being the best tanner on the market.
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There are so many things that I love about this tanner so I thought that the best thing to do would be to list them:
  • it comes in a well sized 200ml bottle that lasts a good while, it also makes me feel like I get value for money from such a generously sized product (I hope they never change the size!);
  • it is available in my favorite type of fake tanner formula - mousse (or foam as it is described on the packaging). I find that I get the best results from mousse formulas because you can see exactly where you have applied them and I never experience streaking from a mousse tanner;
  • it is green based so it will never make you look like an oompa loompa;
  • it fades evenly without patches or flakiness - this is a problem that I have encountered with some other fake tanners;
  • it has a pleasant coconut scent (finally - a product that does not have the dreaded fake tanner scent!); 
  • it develops into a natural looking tan within 1 hour but I like a deeper tan so I like to leave mine on overnight to develop for 6 hours; and
  • it is competitively priced compared to other fake tanner products. Why spend $40.00 on a (smaller) bottle of St Tropez tanner when you can get better results from a $19 product?

There is nothing bad that I can say about this product! I absolutely love the natural results it gives - I am wearing the tanner in the photo below. Would you believe that I was wearing a fake tan that day? A good quality fake tan is not supposed to make it obvious to the world that you are wearing a fake tan - that's what I think anyways.

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Overall, I think I have found my new favorite fake tanner and once I finish all the ones in my cupboard at the moment, this is the only one I will be repurchasing. It retails at $19.99 at my local Priceline store.

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  1. Imi said... 17 January 2014 at 10:43

    I have read lots of reviews on this tan! I currently use St Tropez but you have convinced me to try this one when i've finished that up! Looks great on you!

  2. Sunny said... 17 January 2014 at 13:29

    This tanner is fantastic and is definitely the best one I have used! I love that I never go orange when I use it because of the green undertones :)

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