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Measuring Your Tanning Progress

Measuring Your Tanning Progress

 If you tan you know that it’s a gradual process. When you look in the mirror each day you probably don’t realize your tanning progress and it can be frustrating. People may tell you that you look darker and you might not see it yourself. This is natural because gradual changes are harder to notice in the mirror. In fact you may think that you aren’t getting darker when you actually are.

Tanning Stickers small stickers that stick about as well as a post-it note but when you apply the same kind of sticker to the same spot each time you tan, you will leave that “tantoo” behind and can easily compare your progress with your normal untanned skin tone. If you are a sunless tanner you can use them when you spray also. You will be surprised at the difference between your tanned skin and your untanned area.

Some people wear a watch or bracelet while tanning to see their tanning progress but that is just a ring around your arm which can look funny when you take them off. It’s much more fun to have a tantoo in the shape of something that shows your personality. Plus you can put them anywhere on your body and you can use as many of them as you like. Have fun with them!

These “tantoos” show up brilliantly under black light at night clubs. Just imagine a glowing “sexy” or peace sign on your shoulder or hip. It’s a cool look.

Tanning Stickers come in many different shapes such as small hearts, triple hearts, peace signs, playboy bunnies, lightning bolts, skull & crossbones, star and even words like “hot” and “sexy” and many others.

Some tanning salons offer a selection of stickers but you can also order them online and keep your own stash!. A pack of 50 is generally about $3.00 so they are very inexpensive compared to the agony of feeling like you are tanning with no results.

Try tanning stickers when you tan, spray tan or lay outside. Just remember to put your tanning stickers in the same spot each time. Let us know below which ones you use and how they have helped!

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