A FAKE TAN lover was left frantically rubbing her face after tanning it went horribly wrong.
Taryn Lamb bought a self tanning mist to get a sunkissed look but was compared to a quail egg after drenching her face in the bronzing liquid.
The 24-year-old used the Bondi Sands One Hour Express Face Mist.
Assuming the product would be clear like a lot of face tan mists, she closed her eyes and went to town on the spray bottle nozzle.
When Taryn opened her eyes, she realised her face and neck were covered in dark and uneven splotches.
Taking to Tik Tok to share the hilarious fake tan fail, she explained: “I bought this today at Walgreens.
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“It’s just a self tanning face mist, one hour express.
“And I thought it was clear – like a clear solution.
“Most face tanners are clear and then they develop.
“So I pull it out for the first time, close my eyes, and I just start spraying it all over my face.”
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What Taryn didn’t realise was the spray was very much pigmented, leaving her with hilarious splatters of fake tan across her face and neck.
The tech professional from Texas, US continued: “And I open my eyes… okay.
“What do I do?”
Taryn frantically blended in the splatters with a thick make-up brush but it was making matters worse.
She laughed that the tan “did her so f*****g dirty” because she had to be somewhere in half an hour.
Tayrn said: “I’m trying to blend it and it’s like… Oh my God, it’s so dark.”
She concluded that she needed to take a shower to wash the self tan off and try again.
After the video went viral, Bondi Sands jumped in the comments to share some advice.
It penned: “Oh my God babe.
“Blend, blend, blend.
“We do have a translucent tanning mist from our Pure range for all those who want to use without the colour guide.”
The brand even offered to send her some freebies for “another chance”.
Bondi Sands products are said to give an “Australian tan” and are known for their coconut smell.
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A blurb on its website reads: “Inspired by Australia’s most iconic beach and a desire to make the ultimate tan accessible to everyone.
“Our salon quality formulas work to give you an even, naturally golden tan that hydrates and nourishes your skin meaning you stay bronzed for longer.”
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