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How to body contour with self-tanners

The top self tanners I like to use are Bondi Sands Ultra dark for a chocolate tone or Rona Ross Mykonos Sun for a golden tone. The reason I love them so much is because they look natural, don’t streak, dry fast, moisturize and you can build up from light (for winter) to a darker shade (for summer). They last 7 days and when the tan starts to fade it is not so patchy, and you can easily remove it.The price range is £10-16.
Many celebrities, bikini models and athletes use self tanning for body contouring. It can help you draw your ideal body shape, you can look slimmer, sculpt on your muscles or design that hourglass shape. 
Apply one layer of the self tanner all over your body then use a kabuki brush to apply the self tanner in areas you want to contour such as the cleavage this will give an illusion of a fuller bust. Then the sides of the waist and abs to slim down the tummy and give you a slender waistline. You can use the kabuki brush to contour anywhere else you would like to enhance or minimize, such as the back of arms or legs. Some also contour the face with a thinner oval brush, just make sure to blend in everything properly.The same can be done with make up if you’d like to have the option to wash it off the same day.
What are your body contouring hacks?