I'm a tanning expert – how to avoid orange hands using simple tips

SUMMER will be here before you know it, so it may be time to bust out the fake tanner.

But getting the perfect fake glow isn't as simple as just wiping on mousse or lotion.


If you don't apply fake tan properly, you can end up as a streaky, orange mess, especially on tricky bits like your hands.

Luckily, the tanning experts behind bBold Tan shared the right way to apply fake tan on your hands for a flawless look.

First, they advised using lotion if you have dry hands before you pick up your fake tan.

Then, the secret to the perfect tan application on your hands is to use a body buffing brush or makeup brush.

Simply apply the tanning product to the brush, then gently swipe on your hands using circular motions.

Next, continue to apply the fake tan while your hand is in a "claw" position to ensure you don't get white knuckles.

bBold Tan also shared that your hands don't need as much time to develop a tan, so they recommended applying tanner to your hands 1 to 2 hours before you need to shower.

Several people were impressed by the expert's results and took to the comment section, like one who wrote: "I’ve never seen a better-tanned hand before in my life."

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Another wrote: "STOP WHY IS IT SO NICE," while someone added: "You are the GOAT!"

If you're in the need of more fake tanning tips, one tan whiz shared why shaving everywhere can help your glow last for days.

When it comes time to take off your fake tan, the secret ingredient for a pain-free removal is salt, according to tanning experts.


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