Between trips to Puerto Rico and South Carolina, I liberally applied sunblock all summer to avoid any awkward tan lines for when I’d have to wear a strapless bridesmaid dress for A’s wedding. As it turned out, I applied sunblock so well that by the end of the summer I was as pale as when the summer began. I debated on trying some sunless tanning lotion, but having procrastinated, I wasn’t going to experiment with looking like an Oompa-Loompa the week before the wedding. All bets were off after the wedding, and I had everyone thinking that I spent almost every weekend at the shore thanks to Sally Hansen’s Airbrush Legs.
Now you can give your legs a makeover in seconds with our new Airbrush Legs. No sun. No salon. No streaks. Just flawless-looking, irresistible, sexy legs. This lightweight leg makeup, enriched with Palmaria Extract, enhances coverage of freckles, veins and imperfections so legs look and feel silky, smooth and sexy.
I personally sampled Sally Hansen’s Airbrush Legs lotion in Light, and although no one confused me for a different ethnicity, I definitely looked a little bit tanner. Next time I think I’d like to try the lotion a shade darker, but maybe continual application of the lighter lotion would’ve led to the same effect. Unfortunately the lotion has a sharp smell, but that fades quickly after application. Also, and this may have been because I applied the lotion directly in front of my fan, but it dries quickly making it hard to evenly distribute. Just like how it was advertised, Sally Hansen’s Airbrush Legs has incredible staying power, and it was only with forceful scrubbing off my pouf in the shower could I get it come off. Good thing to know for whenever I wear white dresses 🙂 I think this lotion is a great idea for anyone who wants the appearnace of pantyhose but their choice of shoes prevents that. Personally, peep toe heels are always a favorite of mine, so I’m constantly sacrificing polished legs for perfect toes.
Disclaimer: I received these products complimentary from Influenster for testing purposes.
Cover Photo: “Legs B&W” by Nikita Kashner via Flickr