Saturday, August 29, 2015


There's this myth that people of color don't tan. That's just it--a myth. I've seen many women of different ethnicities use tanning services and products to achieve an even glow. When I was in high school, I would use Jergens Perfect Glow. It would give my legs some shine but, it was a bit too shimmery for someone who doesn't like glitter/shimmer.

That brings me to Sally Hansen's Airbrush Legs. Influenster sent me a trial sized product to try out. For me, my main concern are the scars on my legs. Unfortunately, the product did not cover up the major discoloration that I suffer with due to my reckless running on concrete.

The first time I used it was in preparation for dinner and a night on the town with friends. My left leg is what my leg looked like without the product and the right is it after I applied Airbrush Legs. What I noticed is that my skin appeared shinier and lighter. My shade was medium but I honestly think it was a bit too light for me. I might have been more satisfied with a medium-deep shade. 

I wore it again when I went to school to see what it was like in the daytime. A drawback I would say is, if you scratch your legs, the makeup will end up underneath your fingernails. My legs do look good if I do say so myself though.

I received these products complimentary from Influenster for testing purposes.