4 ways to use our On The Go Dark – That'so Italy
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4 ways to use our On The Go Dark

No need to tell you about our On The Go Dark, your favorite, best-selling, must-have, most loved self-tanning face spray! Today we wanted to show 4 ways to use your On The Go face spray, if you're interested, read on! 

  1. For the face 

We can't say it enough, we always recommend using a spray tanner to tan your face. The technology contained in the bottle of self-tanning spray allows the product to be deposited evenly despite the curves and shapes of the face. It is so easy to apply, just apply the spray in circular motions about 20-30 cm from your face. You can make as many circles as you want depending on the intensity you want. For a natural result you can go for 2 to 3 turns and for a more intense result you can go for 5 to 6 turns. 


2.To make freckles

Yes, the freckle trend is still going strong! Here too we love this trend and all the ways are good in order to achieve it. Everyone has their own technique, but here's a little tutorial on how to create fake freckles with your self-tanning spray.


3.To tan your hands

What's worse than having your hands full of self-tanning marks? Absolutely nothing haha! To avoid this kind of damage, we suggest you use your face spray to tan your hands. Nothing more simple, place your hand above the sink and make two - three turns with the spray to about 20 to 30 cm of your hand. The little trick is also to rinse your hand after 1 to 2 hours rather than waiting the 4 hours of development to ensure a natural result on your hands.


4.To do your contouring

Winter is fast approaching and our summer complexion already seems far away... Nothing better than a little contouring to enhance your complexion and give you a natural healthy look. If you're not the type to wear makeup every day or just don't have the time to do a total makeup look with contouring every morning, it's time to try the contouring trick with self-tanner. 

Just spray your self-tanner on a fairly fluffy makeup brush and apply it to the hollows of your cheeks to give that contour/sun powder effect.