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Get the Sun-kissed look

Get the Sun-kissed look

Keep that sun-kissed ‘just back from holiday’ look all year round with our easy-to-follow tips.

Do you long for that sun-kissed look without ever going on holiday? Here are three easy ways to get that sun-bronzed style, from the comfort of your own home.

Develop the tan 
Nothing says good times and great holidays more vividly than a lovely golden tan effect. So opt for a self-tan that gives you that lasting sun-kissed look, like L'Oréal Paris Sublime Bronze Self-Tanning Elixir Face and Body. It’s designed to give you an intense, golden tan effect for up to two weeks* and fades evenly. Alternatively, if you just want the look for a single day, try L'Oréal Paris Sublime Bronze Dream Legs BB – its tinted formula gives your skin an instant golden glow that lasts all day. 

Reach for the bronzer 
A bronzer is a staple part of any make-up bag for instant brush-on sunshine. Try L’Oréal Paris' Glam Bronze Powder Duo, with the perfect combination of glamour and colour, as two sun-kissed shades leave skin glowing with a beautiful iridescent shimmer. Apply to cheekbones, forehead and along your nose – the parts of your face the sun would naturally touch. 

Get beach blonde locks 
Love the way your hair looks when you get back from holiday? Imagine sun-kissed hair, all year long. Introducing Sunkiss Jelly by Casting from L'Oréal Paris. L'Oréal Paris' first lightening jelly, enriched with camellia oil, gradually lightens hair. 

Designed to give a natural sun-kissed effect, it's so simple to use. Apply strand by strand, or all over. Just leave it in and you are ready to go. 

It's a summer in a tube. Extend your summer look all year round with Casting Sunkiss Jelly from L'Oréal Paris. 

*INSTRUMENTAL TEST AFTER 3 APPLICATIONS

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