How to get a subtle, natural tan + a giveaway

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I don’t how I manage to be that pale all the time. Not kidding, I was just in Vegas and Los Angeles for eleven days and came back tanned as a snowman, which means zero.

I don’t particularly enjoy spending time on the beach to tan, I think I am a little too hyperactive for that. I like to move, go for walks or play games on the beach instead of lying down. Working on my tan as never been a priority for me- except for that one time in Florida and I just happened to roast like a toast.

Still, it is no secret that everyone looks best with a little colour on their skin, but with all those ” you are going to die catching some sun” ads, it can be quite scary. This is when self tanner comes in. Tadam!

I tried the new Jergens Natural Glow daily moisturizer to see if it would make a difference on my skin and improve its appearance. Guys, all I have to say is, you are not ready for this.

First, it is way easier than you think to incorporate it into your daily routine. I simply switched my regular moisturizer for this nourishing one and 4 days later, I was already a lot more beige (because normally I am white, remember).

Sure, this cream will give you a fine-cool-nice glow, but will also smooth your skin for ultimate results. I like to apply just before an event, so that my skin shines at its maximum during the evening. My strapless dresses has never looked so good, let me tell you.There is no better accessorize than a glowy, healthy looking skin.

If you want to try the products and get your tan on, I am hosting a little giveaway with Jergens. You can will all the items below and gradually go from snowgirl to hot-cali-mama. All you have to do it leave a comment with your name, your e-mail and tell me what is the biggest sunburn you ever got in your life! Easy! You can also share your use of the products on social media with #glowandshow.

*Giveway now closed

win it! Jergens glow packageThis blog post was sponsored by Jergens but the opinions are all my own.

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Gabrielle Lacasse

Gabrielle is the founder of Dentelle+Fleurs. As a young woman with a creative soul, passionate about writing and photography, she uses the web as an artistic platform to share her ideas and work.

  • I really don’t get sunburns that often. But I do remember a painful one a couple of years ago at the Rogers Cup. Sitting down for hours to watch many tennis matches left me with a red sunburn on my thighs. I was wearing sunscreen… but not on my legs. Big fail.

    Karine Tessier
    karinetessier1980@gmail.com

  • I really don’t get sunburns that often. But I do remember a painful one a couple of years ago at the Rogers Cup. Sitting down for hours to watch many tennis matches left me with a red sunburn on my thighs. I was wearing sunscreen… but not on my legs. Big fail.

    Karine Tessier
    karinetessier1980@gmail.com

  • angela mitchell

    I burn very easily in the sun so I have to use self tanners. The worst burn I ever had was when I was about 17 and wearing short shorts all day and I walked home a few kms in the heat of the day with the sun at the back of my legs. I was so burnt on my legs that my mom made me get in a bath of cold water when I got home. I’m not kidding when I say that two summers later I still had lines on my upper thigh from that burn.

  • Maggie Cheung

    The absolute biggest burn I had was just a few years ago in Jamaica. I thought I kept myself pretty covered with frequent applications of sunscreen. However, I guess I was missing some spots — eg) the hairline part around my face. Oh my gosh – it was so itcy and starting peeling. Super awful!

  • Maggie Cheung

    oops sorry forgot the email.

    cheung.maggie39@yahoo.ca

    The absolute biggest burn I had was just a few years ago in Jamaica. I
    thought I kept myself pretty covered with frequent applications of
    sunscreen. However, I guess I was missing some spots — eg) the hairline
    part around my face. Oh my gosh – it was so itcy and starting peeling.
    Super awful!

  • Cindy Aiton

    I don’t burn easily, but I do have a sun allergy. My arms, hands, and feet break out in an itchy rash. The worst sunburn I have ever seen was when a friend got torched at the beach. It was horrible! I remember her having quarter sized blisters on her shoulders.

    clogzilla(at)yahoo(dot)com

  • Kelly D

    The worst sun burn I’ve ever had was when we went to Cuba in the summer. It was a blazing hot 45 degrees!

  • Kelly D

    The worst sun burn I’ve ever had was when we went to Cuba in the summer. It was a blazing hot 45 degrees!

  • Annamarie Voss

    My worst sunburn was when I was a teenager I fell asleep by the pool at a school event but had my sunglasses on so I was red with big white eyes at a formal that night.

  • Stephanie

    Oh my. Tout comme toi, je suis BLANCHE à longueur d’année. Je ne bronze tout simplement pas. Mon pire coup de soleil à vie : un coup de soleil SOUS LES PIEDS. Résultat de m’être endormie sur le ventre et de ne pas avois mis de crème sous mes pieds! Bonne chance pour marcher après, outch!
    Courriel : st3f4n1@hotmail.com

  • Maritess

    My worst sunburn was during a slowpitch tournament. I had it peeling bad that I suffered for days
    mschrauwen(at)gmail(dot)com

  • Lushka Smith

    The worst sunburn I ever had was when I spent the day at the local community pool. This was before the days of sunscreen. I got burnt so bad I got blisters on my shoulders.