FOR those with pale skin, fake tanning can be something of a nightmare.
It can end up looking orange, patchy or just completely unnatural.
But one woman has revealed her top products for achieving a "natural looking" fake tan if you are fair-skinned.
Laura Chova took to TikTok to share her recommendations, explaining that she's "obsessed with spf so this is how i tan now".
She went on to share that the Isle of Paradise light self-tanning water is among her favourites.
And the good news is that it's just £12.83 – on offer in Boots.
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The other product Laura recommends is DECIEM's Hylamide Glow, which contains a raspberry-derived alternative to the traditional self-tanning ingredient, DHA.
In the comments section of the video, people shared their own product suggestions, with one writing: "I love tan luxe for a natural glow too!"
"I’ve never tried it but heard it’s good!" Laura replied.
"If you ever want to try a different one bondi sands everyday liquid gold is also soo good for this," another added.
"You should try saltyface!" someone else commented.
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Someone else admitted they'd just bought the Isle of Paradise water but was "too scared to use it".
"The first time I used it it was a disaster BUT now it’s the only one I use," Laura replied.
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She also suggested: "Make sure you use a tanning mitt."
"Or just love yourself and stay your colour," another person commented on the video.
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