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Giveaway Break - Famous Dave's Moisture Tan

Thought I would end the work week with a winter pick me up giveaway!

Enter to win a bottle of Famous Dave's Moisture Tan! I just wrote a rave review about this product a few days ago. Read about it here.

Need a pick me up for pale skin? Famous Dave's Moisture Tan self tanner goes on evenly, doesn't smell as bad as the rest, and has a ton of moisturizing ingredients to keep your skin soft. The pump bottle helps for an easy application!


Enter to win a bottle of Famous Dave's Moisture Tan!

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This giveaway is open to US residents only. The contest will end on Monday, February 28th. I will randomly select one winner and announce them on Lipgloss Break, so keep checking to see if you're a winner - Good Luck!

Famous Dave's Moisture Tan Review

It's winter, it's cold and I'm pale! Time for a fake and bake, but minus the bake - no tanning beds for me!

I tested out Famous Dave's Moisture Tan and loved it! Despite the name that sounds like a BBQ joint (ha!) it works really well for great coverage.

It holds to it's commitment of not smelling for the first couple of hours, but then I could smell a slight self tanner. I have given up on searching for a non-scented self tanner, so this didn't bother me. Plus, it was very faint, a lot less than Jergen or Neutrogena's products.

The color fully shows in about 4 hours. It's not 'Snookie-orange' and looks like a natural tan.

I applied this tanner with both my bare hands and using the Self Tanner Application Mitt. Both worked the same, but the Mitt is a good solution if you're not careful about staining your hands.

It retails for $25.97 for 8 ounces. It's more than your average drugstore self tanner, but produces really good results.

Note: This review includes products that I received as samples, provided by the brand company or a PR rep. Please click here for more information regarding my disclaimer.