How To Manage Your Tan Lines For Your Wedding Day

 Tan lines are always there to show your sunshine filled season. Whether you got back from vacation or you have just been spending time at your pool. You are most likely going to have tan lines. Although they can be cute they can also add an unnecessary touch to your bridal look. This is especially true if you are going to wear a strapless gown. No need to worry because we are here to help you have an even look with no tan lines. 

1.Try Avoiding The Sun 

Sure you already have the tan lines from being in the sun but if you want to avoid more or emphasizing the ones you already have, avoid the sun. You skin is constantly renewing itself which means your tan lines will slowly fade. This is going to help you over time. When you do go in the sun make sure you wear your SPF to avoid any burns. You can even help your skin renew itself with exfoliation. 

2.  Self Tanner Is Your Friend

If you are comfortable and know your way around self tanner it can be a great way to even out your tan lines. There are several on the market so be sure to find one that you think would work best with your skin. You can experiment with different formulas about a month before the wedding to make sure you find out that you like. Also be sure to not tan yourself a day before the wedding because it make be darker than you anticipated and some need time to nicely wash off. 

3. Go Spray Tanning

If you are not comfortable self tanning go to the professionals. A week before your wedding go for a spray tan. It will help you look glowy and bronzed. Sometimes brides go in without needed to even out their tan lines. If you are new to spray tans do a trail run before you are ready to commit. 

4.  Makeup Can Save You

For the last minute solution look towards your makeup. Your makeup artist can use body make up to help with your tan lines. Body makeup is a common thing to use when wanting a more flawless and even skin. Body makeup has more staying power and much more coverage than the average so you don't have to worry about it ruining your wedding dress. 

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