I believe this might already be my 3rd selftanner post this year and we barely are knocking on April's door. But hey, it's all for the love of beauty...let's jump right to it...
I have heard much good of it, and I believe after testing it myself, most of it is actually valid.
- Absolutely 0% nasty self tanner scent! I apply it in the morning and leave it on during the day without any issues. No smell, no tacky residue - once dried, it stays in place and doesn't transfer onto your clothes.
- The application is really simple and I highly recommend a mitt for an even and flawless result. This particular product comes with a pump and delivers easy to distribute mousse.
- The color is gorgeous, absolutely believable and with 0% orange!
- This product claims to be special because it will last up to 2 weeks. No. So not even close! Yes, of course you can apply several layers and repeat daily to get a really deep dark tan that might last you a week and a half. But honestly, who has time for that? One shower and most of the color is gone. (Very similar to the St. Tropez and Beautisol, see review here)
- The color isn't what I would consider to be dark. I think of dark as in "I spent 2 weeks on a beach in Thailand". However, this is more like "I spent a day at the pool" kind of dark. The color that you apply right out of the bottle is pretty much the color you get.
I feel as if Vita Liberata has been the new love child of all self tanner fans, ever since St. Tropez became old news. (Of course, this only applies, if you know your way around the self tanner world and are seriously addicted like me...) Ever since that nasty self tanner scent issue seems to have been resolved by most companies, I believe the lasting result of the color has become the new most valuable point everyone is after, but only few seem to be able to manage.I really like this self tanner for its simplicity and easy handling. If only the color would actually last...
Whats your favorite self tanner of the moment?