Dr Oz: Look 20 lbs Thinner in 30 Seconds
You don’t have time to go to the gym and you don’t want to spend tons of money on beauty products. On today’s show, Dr Oz was joined by Emmy award winning make-up artist, Melanie Mills, to show you how to look twenty pounds thinner with spray tanning. Melanie’s motto is, “If you can’t tone it, tan it!” Find out how to hide your biggest flaws with tanning products.
Dr Oz Spray Tans
Spray tans have become the hottest new trend. The “Dancing with the Stars” cast use spray tans to look leaner and toned without lifting a finger. You’ve spend $600 million dollars this year alone on spray tanning. Cut that cost by using inexpensive at-home products.
Tara, an audience member, wanted to look thinner and reduce the appearance of cellulite. She wanted to fix her tummy area and thighs. She also wanted to camouflage the scarring she had in some areas. (They showed Tara’s before image on the screen.) A tanned Tara came out on the stage in a bikini and looked much better. Her hips looked thinner and her tummy looked more tone.
When you go to a tanning studio, the technician sprays layers and layers onto your skin. Melanie suggested exfoliating beforehand because the tan will last longer. Also, be sure not to inhale it. Professional spray tans can cost a lot of money. The good news is, you can purchase at-home tanning products that work just as well.
Dr Oz: St. Tropez Self Tan Bronzing Mousse & Applicator Mitt Review
Jennifer, an audience member, told Dr Oz that her biggest complaint was her arms. Summertime was approaching and she wanted to go sleeveless. To use St. Tropez Self Tan Bronzing Mousse and Applicator Mitt, simply spray the moisturizing mousse onto the mitt and rub on in a circular motion. You can purchase this product at the following link: St. Tropez Self Tan Bronzing Mousse.
Dr Oz: Gleam Body Radiance by Melanie Mills
This product was created by Melanie for use on “Dancing with the Stars”. It’s a moisturizer, glow and make-up all in one. It will last up to 2 weeks with proper exfoliation.
Gleam Body Radiance Review
Evelyn, an audience member, wanted a slimmer looking face. Apply base foundation first, then use the powder to sculpt in a cheekbone and down to the jawbone. This creates shadows and gives you a strong jaw-line and higher cheekbones. Take Gleam Body Radiance and apply it to the top of the cheekbone. Use a sponge to blend it out.