When it comes to fake tan, us Irish ladies know what's what.
So we knew we were onto a good thing when we heard about The Tan, a self-tanning range launched this week by Irish salon owners Jennifer Swaine and Jennifer Butler. S! TV headed along to the launch to meet The Jenns and get their tips on achieving the professional spray tan look at home.
Available in a range of shades, The Tan's mix of hydrating ingredients ensure an even fade with no patchiness. A unique blend of Sunflower Seed Oil, Sweet Almond Oil. Shea Butter and the "hero ingredient" Hyaluronic Acid, which penetrates into the skin to boost elasticity and hydration make for a moisturising tanning product that gives an even glow all over.
The best part? A fresh watermelon scent that won't have everyone else in the house running for cover!
The products retail at €14.99 for The Tan Gradual Day Bronzer and €19.99 for The Tan Super Hydrating Liquid Gel. Get them online at www.the-tan.com or popping into say hello to The Jenns at The Vanity Rooms in Stepaside, Co Dublin.
Louis Walsh's latest boyband Hometown hit the number one spot earlier this month with their single Cry For Help.
With a packed summer of gigs ahead as well as their UK single launch, the lads have a big year to look forward to.
S! TV's Lisa Kavanagh caught up with the band at the launch of Dundrum Town Centre's Shop For Good initiative to find out about their best chat-up lines, their pal Olly Murs and of course, the big question… are they all single?!
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