Still by Nikolai
A post-winter pallor isn't flattering to anyone. But the trick is to get a tan without getting premature wrinkles. Fortunately, faking it has gotten easier with new self-tanning moisturizers made specifically for the face. They have less DHA, the dye that darkens the skin, than other products, so they'll give your pasty visage a subtle radiance instead of a tangerine cast. Apply them like any moisturizer, but be sure to immediately wash your hands. You can use this self-tanning method every day—just remember that the more you do it, the darker you'll get.
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