Initially I thought this product may work because with a little dilution it seemed to blend with my skin tone almost perfectly, at least closer than anything else ive tried. So i applied to face and hands and was satisfied with the results (so i thought). The next morning when i woke the covered areas had turned an orange color and not the original tan color as when applied. So after it wore off i tried again deleting the mixture some more pouring a small amount in the mixing jar and adding some water to dilute it further. it was a little light but i wanted to see what would happen when it dried so i applied a light coat and let it dry. When i woke again the next morning, orange again. so this product is not nearly as user friendly as it is made out to be and appears that im not going to be able to get a good match after it has time to dry it always goes orange
I am so sorry to hear of your difficulties with color development. That must have been frustrating for you. I have not heard of that happening before. I have a suggestion for you... try adding 1 to 2 blue drops in what’s left of your full bottle. (Not the jar.). This should take away any “warm colors “and cause the results you desire. I normally use a wet brush, rather than add water. Using distilled water rather than tapwater might help you as well, although I wet my brush with tap water. Let’s see if we can get that near-perfect result you had initially to last.
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