James Read H20 Tan Mist – The Ultimate Multi-Tasking Summer Essential

Hello Beauties, I want to introduce you to the latest tanning innovation created by A-List favourite James Read.  This clever hybrid formula offers a subtle gradual tan, whilst infusing the skin with pure Damask Rose water and skin beautifying minerals.

As we move into the hot Summer months I find that most self tans can feel too heavy and are difficult to apply to the skin, where as this H20 Tan Mist with it’s micro fine colourless spray feels instantly cooling and refreshing.  I applied this for the first time after breakfast this morning and by lunchtime I had a natural radiant colour.

The fragrance smells so fresh and clean, that no one would ever know you were applying a gradual tan and be left wondering why you look so much more tanned than they are, especially when everyone knows I wear a high SPF.

 

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This H20 Tan Mist from James Read is the ultimate multi-tasking Summer essential, it can be used before and after you apply your makeup, as it makes for an ideal make-up primer and can help set your look in place.  Just keep spraying day by day until you reach your ultimate bronzed look.

This H20 Tan Mist comes in a 100ml size and retails for £20 direct from the James Read website.  However if you would like to join in with this tanning revolution then I can give you a special offer, where you can purchase this at a discount price of £18 and FREE p&p when you spend over £30 for this month only or while stock lasts by clicking this LINK.

As this is such a new release it is in very limited supply so please take advantage of this offer before it disappears.

 

 

Have you tried James Read Tan before?

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3 thoughts on “James Read H20 Tan Mist – The Ultimate Multi-Tasking Summer Essential

  1. Great review! I’ve never tried anything like this before but I’m keen to get a gradual, natural-looking tan without hitting the sunbeds and damaging my skin.

    I guess my question is, do you think this is a natural tan or is it more in-line with the shades seen used with other fake tans?

    1. For me this gives me a very natural looking golden tan, its a gradual tan so it will build up the more you use it.

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