Beauty

Skinnier and More Toned with Self Tanner!

Self tanner and brush

Self-tanner can give you more than just a tan. It can give you your confidence back! Did you know that women everywhere are using self-tanner to contour their skin, giving them a more toned, skinny appearance? This is a trick the rich and famous and celebrities have used for a long while now – and now, the secrets can be yours to use – there’s nothing much to it, just a little bit of know-how to speed you along. Lionesse shows you how you can use self-tanner to get that skinnier look you’ve been craving.

Fake Tanner to Contour Arms
If you’re skilled at applying fake tanner to your skin, you will probably have an easier time than most with this one. By applying self-tanner to the muscle curvature of your arms and shoulders, you can help yourself have a more defined, more tone upper body – or at least appear as such. If you get any product outside of the ‘lines’ per se, you can go back in once the product has dried with a buffer and buff away the product from the skin that’s been mistakenly applied.

Self-Tanner to Contour Stomach
If you want your stomach to look chiseled, you will simply need to follow the already defined stomach lines and curvature you have. If you want your waist to appear thinner, apply some self-tanner to the sides of the stomach, and allow it to dry. You can dust some bronzing powder of about 2-3 shades darker than your natural skin color over that area and blend it inward towards the center of the stomach to give a thinner appearance. You can also paint some self-tanner onto the stomach on either side of the belly button where your natural muscles lie, exaggerating their appearance and giving you a much more toned look.

Self-Tanner for Thinner Legs
If you want your legs to appear thinner, more beautiful, and more defined, you can apply the product around the calf muscle in the crevices between the natural muscle tone for more definition. You can also apply a thin streak of the product to the sides of each calf/ lower leg, to give definition and a thinned out appearance. You can also use leg makeup, available from companies such as Sally Hansen, which will help in hiding blemishes and provide extra color and smoothness to the legs – or at least the appearance thereof.

Self-Tanner to Contour Chest Area
If you want to have a more defined clavicle, you can apply some self-tanner around the clavicle bones, shoulder blades, and neck area, to bring an appearance of thinness to the location and give it some definition. You can also use this in conjunction with a highlighting powder, to draw attention to the areas on this section where you are confident and comfortable with, and would like to draw attention to.

Hide Armpit Folds
If you would like to hide your armpit folds with self-tanner, apply some of the product above the folds of skin within your armpits, and apply a highlighting powder to the outer arms to detract from the area you are trying to hide, and draw attention to the more favorable parts of your skin, such as your upper arms and neck area.

If you would like to hide your armpit folds with self-tanner, apply some of the product above the folds of skin within your armpits, and apply a highlighting powder to the outer arms to detract from the area you are trying to hide, and draw attention to the more favorable parts of your skin, such as your upper arms and neck area.

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