If you still have not been to the beach or pool this year and you want to look tan we suggest this brand of sunless tanning that leaves skin with a beautiful tone and looking very natural.
The self-tanning product line includes these two brands:
Gradual Tan Everyday Body
A combination of moisturizing elements. Form with Aloe Vera, this nourishing lotion leaves skin feeling soft yet firm and with a touch of color. The new fragrance technology Aromaguard reduces DHA odor by 70%, leaving only a subtle and refreshing fragrance. Suitable for all skin types.
The rich moisturizing formula can be used alone or between tanning applications for a more intense color. Perfect for those looking for a subtle tone as well as for those seeking a more intense tone, the gradual self-tanner is available in two shades, Light/Medium and Medium/Dark allowing you to get the intensity level you choose. This product does not contain SPF.
For best results it is important to exfoliate the skin beforehand. After application wait a few minutes before dressing.
St. Tropez Everyday Body, 200 ml – 17 euros.
Self Tan Bronzing Mousse
A soft texture, light, easy to apply and provides a complete and uniform tan. Contains apricot oil to provide a longer lasting color. The self-tanning foam dries instantly when applied for natural and professional results.
The new fragrance technology Aromaguard reduces DHA odor by 70%, leaving only a subtle and refreshing fragrance.
How to use:
First exfoliate the skin to make it soft and smooth. After applying the foam to the palm of your hand (with the St. Tropez applicator glove), apply from head to toe, making sure that the whole body is covered. Wait at least 60 seconds before dressing and 4 hours before showering for a perfect natural looking tan.
St. Tropez Self Tan Bronzing Mousse
-120ml – 24,50 euros
-240ml – 36,50 euros
St. Tropez Glove – 4,50 euros
Only at El Corte Inglés
On our visit to the showroom of Pretty Ballerinas we have chosen three models with diverse styles.
Now that the heat begins and feet tend to swell, more than ever we need comfortable shoes for day and night.
Wearing these ballerinas is like wearing slippers. And they’re beautiful!
For those who still do not know this brand, in February 2005 the third generation of the Mascaró family launched their online shop Prettyballerinas.com, as a tribute to the first generation of Mascaró, who in 1918 began designing ballerina shoes in a small artisan workshop in Menorca.
Pretty Ballerinas have conquered the international market and is now an international brand worn by celebrities like Kate Moss, Claudia Schiffer, Elle Macpherson, Kylie Minogue, and HRH Princess Letizia Ortiz.
In 2007, Pretty Ballerinas opened their first shop in Mayfair, London. In 2008 Pretty Ballerinas arrived in Madrid with two new stores in Barrio de Salamanca.
For the day try these simple and wearable ballerinas with any outfit. The beige tone combines with everything.
Marilyn woven leather beige and black
These more special and fashionable in fluor green. A little more sophisticated and contemporary with a touch that adds freshness to an outfit.
Ella mint patent and silver glitter mesh with pink and blue
This model come with elegant Swarovski elements that can be combined with jeans for a casual look for day and with a dress or black suit for night-time.
Rosario pearly queen
What do you think about the ballerinas we’ve chosen?
Often we associate colors to a season, black for winter, white for summer, like fluorine ringtones.
This winter more than ever, wearing white is the fashion, from coats, jackets, sweaters, dresses to skirts.
Find similar items to these on sale:
Leather biker Jacket 39,99 euros, ZARA
Basic jeans 12,00 euros ZARA
Military style chiffon blouse 14,99 euros Mango
Biker style jacket 24,99 euros Mango
Pants with zippers 9,99 euros Mango
Crepe pants suit 14,99 euros Mango
Mango new collection look book
Open back pullover 9,99 euros Blanco
Pullover 25,99 euros Pull &Bear
Feather flared coat 34,99 euros Blanco
This winter knee high and even boots that reach the thighs are more fashionable than ever.
Undoubtedly this is due to Mr. Stuart Weitzman and his famous model boots (highland and 5050).
Many times we love foreign designers and fashion houses without realizing that their products (especially footwear) are actually manufactured in Spain. This is the case with these made in Spain boots.
Stuart Weitzman’s father had a shoe factory in Massachusetts in 1950. When he was 20, Stuart began designing shoes for his father.
When his father died in 1965 Stuart and his brother Warren took over the business. The brothers sold the business to a Spanish company in 1972 but SW still desigs shoes for the brand.
In 1994 Stuart Weitzman bought back his company and continues to manufacture his designs in Spain.