Fake Bake Beyond Bronze Review

Monday, 2 March 2015

Unfortunately this is going to have to be a negative review today. A girl at work came in with a glowing golden tan, and said she got it using Fake Bake Flawless. When I popped into Boots they were out of stock, but they had this one instead which was actually a fair bit cheaper, although at £18 it's a hell of a lot more than my usual St Moriz. I've heard good things about Fake Bake and am always leant towards mousse textured tans rather than lotion so I thought I'd give it a shot.

Like St Moriz it's a developer tan which means you put it on and leave it to develop (I usually do this overnight.) When you wake up it's a deep mucky brown, so you wash it off and it should leave a golden glowing post-Ibiza tan. The only plus for this product is you get a lot of it. One tiny pump goes a LONG way, it was a bit surprising actually and I made a bit of a mess. Enough in the bottle to do a full body job at least 7 times I would guess.


I put it on, not too strong a tanning smell. I used a mitt for this. I let it develop overnight, in the morning I was a muddy brown, St Moriz style. When I washed it off though, it literally all came off. Nothing. Nada. I may as well have not used it. I gave it another go the following night thinking that it was maybe bad prepping, but had the same issue. I literally spent £18 on nothing. I look like a sick-ridden Taylor Swift, not Beyonce.

Basically don't waste your money on this. I could have bought 3 bottles of St Moriz and had a much better time. This is time consuming and does nothing but wash away. Completely pointless, save your pennies ladies. I would recommend St Moriz or the Garnier Gradual Tinted Moisturiser. 

Have any of you used this and had a similar lack of results? 
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