Ambre Solaire No Streaks Bronzer.

When it comes to this time of year a lot of us get paler which is natural but sometimes when trying to achieve that golden glow injuries can occur. Something that does often put me off applying fake tan because all that contortionist action isn't exactly me unless I stretch for days and get the body ready and seeing as though I don't want to be the 23% who admit they've hurt themselves while tanning getting to those hard to reach areas, we all can not be Pixie Le Knot who is the UK's most flexible contortionist, it's better to get a product that'll help eliminate that.
If you're interested there is two products that'll help you this season & any season...Ambre Solaire No Streaks Bronzer Face Mist & Body Mist. I have Ambre Solaire Self Tan Bronzer Light Face Mist & Ambre Solaire Self Tan Bronzer Body Mist - Medium in my possession. The product itself comes out clear, doesn't need to be rubbed in and can be built up every day until you get the depth of colour desired, then twice a week thereafter to maintain the colour.

My Experience.
As soon as it starts spraying, it comes out as a light mist and it's continuous - which is great because it's not a harsh spray out so there will be no spots that will have this dark patch or more areas darker than the other because of the way the product sprays out. As mentioned above it does come out clear but I didn't have a problem with not having any guidelines and you can kind of see where the skin has mist. Even doing my back wasn't hard, I could do it over the shoulder and from the side to reach because the continuous mist really helps. It also gives this apricot scent in the air and no biscuit scent on the skin *YAY* Even though I am olive toned, I don't mind getting a bit more glowy and having help to achieve it, by the 3rd day of doing it, the colour still wasn't building much on me, which can be good or bad - good in the sense that it is very gradually building on me that there's no room for mistakes on too much colour at one time - bad that I know it's not going to be anything instant, it's definitely one that I have to use a week or so before I get that glow 🌟. So probably not too bad overall, I don't feel it gives me an orange undertone if anything on me I could notice the colour change if I moved my underwear away but it was subtle so I guess that's not a bad thing subtle can mean more natural, right?!

Have you tried this No Streaks Bronzer?

Purchase: No Streaks Bronzer


Samples.

36 comments

  1. Really, 23% of people admit they have hurt themselves whilst trying to get hard to reach spots applying tanning products? I had no idea, lol. I am no contortionist, so if I were to use a product, something like this with a continuous light mist would be very helpful!

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    1. Haha, yes after a recent survey. Only those who admit it, so I can imagine the amount who do hurt themselves!!

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  2. I love the sound of this. All I want is a subtle glow with no biscuit smell! x

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    1. Ugh, the biscuit smell is the worst and thankfully no sign on this one even days later which I like. I think if you're lighter than me if you want subtle maybe start off with the lighter / medium can to build up x

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  3. I am naturally tanned but I know that my friends use tanning lotions and they can often look quite streaky and orange. This looks good though!

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    1. Oh god, that's the worst part of tanning. I hate that orange look it's hard to get a tan that looks natural.

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  4. No biscuit smell is brilliant! I use fake tan pretty rarely, so when I do I want to know it's something that will definitely work - this one sounds great!

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    1. Right!? Cos that scent makes me gag lol.

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  5. I've never used bronzer like this as I'm worried I won't be able to blend things too well as I am very pale so you'd notice it x

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    1. I know exactly what you mean, some need that reassurance that you can blend x

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  6. This is my go to bronzer and I love it. I've used it for years and don't think I'll ever switch x

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    1. Awesome, it's so good to know that it works for others too x

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  7. Not tried this bronzer before but it sounds great! will have to try it

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    1. It's not bad & especially with it being streak free.

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  8. The words 'No Streaks' does it for me, that is my biggest bug bear and biggest fear x

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    1. Haha, that's it with tanning can be so hit and miss when it comes to streaks x

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  9. Luckily for me I do not need to worry about being pale, the extra melonine in my skin takes care of that but I know my friend who tans she speak highly on ambre solaire

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    1. Ah I'd love to have more melanin - unfortunately/fortunately there's bronzer for that lol.

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  10. You sold me on no streaks. It's the reason I don't usually use tanning products.

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  11. I have never used a bronzer and would be interested to see how it would on brown skin.

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    1. Yes, it's a lot more natural I found on olive - brown skin.

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  12. I've always been put off using bronzer. But this looks like such a lovely product. I like the idea of it being light and streak free!

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    1. Yes the light mist and no streaks are a huge bonus and it's affordable.

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  13. This sounds perfect for me as I am useless at applying fake tan and I always end up streaky.

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    1. I always rub my in circular to avoid streaks, seems to work but as this doesn't need rubbing in and it's continuous it works well.

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  14. My mummy could do with some bronzer as she's so pale! Perfect for the party season

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    1. Always good for the party season and all year round when you want a nice glow.

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  15. No I haven't but would love to. Sounds fab.

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  16. I haven't tried it! I have had so many bad experiences with tans though (all because I am rubbish at applying it!) This sounds quite easy though!

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    1. Haha, aw bless I think it comes with time and practice.

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  17. Subtle is good to me! I hate the thought of going really orange and that usually puts me off fake tan.

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    1. Ah me too! It's the scary part of tanning the 'omg am I going to go orange' wait.

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  18. I prefer a subtle glow as I'm so fair skinned. It can be a bit of a shock when I use stronger tan products

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    1. I could imagine, having a subtle tan is better a it doesn't look so striking when you're fair.

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