Monday, 4 June 2012

Fake Tan Files: Prtty Peaushun Review

In honour of the beginning of Summer, I'm going to be putting a series of faux tanners, bronzers and body beautifiers to the test and sharing my thoughts on Lippy in London.

First off the block is something a little unusual, a little different yet truly fantastic - the  Prtty Peaushun Skin Tight Body Lotion.

Prtty Peaushun ( pronounced pretty potion) is a body lotion with a twist - an illuminating, slimming, moisturising, light reflecting bronzing oil that hides imperfections and gives the skin an oh-so-flattering healthy glow.




What does it do?
The potion promises to minimize the appearance of cellulite, varicose veins, stretch marks and various other lumps, bumps and bits that can leave us girls feeling less than confident in warm weather.
This isn't a fake tanning product, but rather a body beautifier that contains a unique blend of plant extracts that work together to firm and tighten while you get your glow on - a very welcome bonus!

Claims such as these are often far fetched, but I'm telling you first hand after slathering this on my own body that this product delivers on its promises. Rejoice!

The Packaging:
Looking at the product, it's safe to say that this isn't your standard run of the mill packaging. This is down to the fact that its creator, celebrity MUA Bethany Karlyn is environmentally aware and aimed to reduce waste by housing the lotion in 'anti packaging' that will take up minimal space in landfills. The pouch contains 236ml of product and the flexibility of the packaging means I'll be able to squeeze out every last drop of the lovely stuff. No product wastage here!



The Scent:
Prtty Peaushun is made with 92% natural raw ingredients including Avocado Oil and Green Tea so it has a lovely, subtle sort of herbal scent that won't clash with your perfume.


The Consistency:
When I first unscrewed the cap on this, I wasn't quite prepared for how runny it would be and I managed to spill some down my shirt! This was largely down to the fact that I hadn't shaken it up first, so the oil ingredients were sitting on the surface of the formula. Once shaken, it's still considerably runny, but thick enough to keep things under control!

The Price Tag:
At £39 it is on the pricier side, but other brands such as Famous Dave's and St Tropez are in this price range too.
The Verdict:
I adore Prtty Peaushun and I can see it becoming a staple product for me.
A little of this lotion goes a long way and I can see this pouch lasting through most of summer.
In terms of longevity, this has the staying power of any other good bronzer and left my limbs gleaming throughout the day until I had my evening shower.
Prtty Peaushun is fast absorbing, bronzing, subtly sparkling and smells delish so it gets a big nod from me!
I think I'll be smoothing this on over a fake tan for extra punch this summer.
Before & After: Pasty to Prtty
Inside with flash (don't mind the radiator)

The lotion is available in light, medium, dark, deep dark and plain, which doesn't contain the bronzing elements but gives skin a sexy sheen.
Prtty Peaushun is an American product but you can find it here in the UK at www.beautyworkswest.com

*I found it quite difficult to showcase this product on my skin via the photographs, probably because of the rather overcast weather today, so the light reflecting particles didn't really have a lot of light to reflect unfortunately!

Thanks for reading :)

*This was sent to me for consideration, but I wouldn't feature it if it didn't make me feel confident enough to put on my short shorts!


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14 comments

  1. That self-tanner looks like it works great! It gave you nice color!

    I am having a Giveaway on my blog for the Fakebake Flawless Self-tanning lotion, it's my favorite self-tanner, you should enter for a chance to win it!

    A Little Lacey

    Julianne

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  2. I've tried this recently too, in medium - I actually used it on my wedding day. :)
    . It gives such a beautiful finish!! Xx

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  3. it looks amazing on legs!x

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  4. That makes your legs look fab!!

    Happy to be your newest follower! Can't wait to catch up on your posts!

    Found you through the #bbloggers tag :)

    xo, Jersey Girl

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  5. you look so pretty dear :)
    following you back!

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  6. I think your legs show the reflective-ness in the bottom pic, very pretty. Love the eco-packaging too! Need to let us know how long it lasts! xx

    kokeshibeauty.blogspot.co.uk

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  7. wow great! nice legs :) let's follow each other.

    kisses
    precious♥

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  8. It looks good on your legs :) I have to be so careful with self tan as I'm so pale, so I have to use quite light colours just to look natural!

    Tanesha x
    www.tanesha-marie.blogspot.co.uk

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  9. What an excellent review! I've been looking for a good fake tanner to add a nice sunkissed colour to my legs. For some reason my legs re always the last to tan. Do you have the same issue? Your legs look fab in the last pic. Definitely adding this one to my list. Thanks for the info!

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  10. Thank you for visiting my blog and following! This tan looks gorgeous on you, how long did the tan last? And did you see any marks and splotchy after a few days? xx

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  11. Wow that looks really, really good - not overly tanned, just not pasty! Will have to try it out xxx

    South Molton St Style

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  13. Thanks for your comments ladies! This really is a superb product! For anyone wondering how long it lasts, this is a wash off product - though I don't think you'll want to since it makes such a difference to skin tone etc xxx

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