A few days ago I tested out another self tanning product. This time it’s the turn of Madame Lala
About Madame Lala
Madame LA LA is a new American-Brit self tan and skincare brand inspired by LA, Malibu beach, the Hollywood lifestyle, wellbeing, slimming and of course, the anti-ageing rule! The brand also takes inspiration from the French and British sense of design, fashion and culture. Think independent Parisian pharmacies, London street-style and high end LA boutiques.
Madame LA LA Tan provides an instant year-round LA look that develops quickly and fades naturally, with smoothing and skin finishing benefits to compliment an iconic sun-kissed glow all the way from LA LA LAND. The combination of ingredients enables the quick-dry tan to instantly colour correct like a CC for the body, reducing the appearance of cellulite, lumps, bumps and uneven skin tones. The tan is a streak-free modern formulation and a natural successor to BB & CC creams.
The mousse is in a 200ml bottle and comes in both a light and medium shade.
The product comes out brown via an easy press pump. It smells of coconut and does have the ever so slight whiff of self tanner but it’s not too overpowering.
Prior to using this product I had to exfoliate and apply moisturiser. The mousse dried fairly quickly, ever so slightly sticky for a minute or so and then I was dry.
I found the mousse very easy to apply. I could see a result instantly but you do need to wait a few hours for the full effect. As always I apply the night before and leave overnight.
Here is my arm the morning after application compared to little Izebellas.
I am really happy with the results. A smooth even all over tan with a nice bronzed shade. The tan seems to be streak free and very even.
I used Madame Lala tan the night before my night out to the Birds eye pop up launch. I am thrilled with the results. I think my tan looks pretty natural here.
This tanning product lasts quite a few days without a re-application. It also fades and disappears evenly too. By that I mean it seems to just fade off rather than coming off in clumps and making skin look patchy and streaky.
Madame Lala tanning mousse costs £36 a bottle. This is on the higher price range for tanning products, maybe unaffordable to some. It does seem to be streak free and even tho and certainly a product I enjoy using.
Later on today I will be hosting a fabulous give away to win a bottle of Madame Lala mousse.
Looks fab! Thanks for linking up!