Product Review: Sally Hansen Airbrush Legs


Earlier this summer, I stumbled across a website called Influenster.com. Curious, I checked out what they are about. Influenster.com offers its members products to try for free. The only catch is members have to review the product or products they receive. This sounded like a great opportunity, and I signed up.

This past Saturday, I received my first product to test. It came in what is called a "VoxBox", and the product is Sally Hansen's Airbrush Legs, which is a leg makeup that is supposed to cover up any freckles, blemishes, etc.  And, let me tell you, I was super excited to try this product.

When I first put it on my legs, I thought I might have incorrectly read what the product was for because it made my legs look darker, and I thought that it might actually be a tanning lotion of sorts. However, I didn't read it wrong . . . it is a makeup for your legs.

Sally Hansen's Airbrush Legs did help cover up some of my imperfections on my legs like some minor freckles and scars. A little bit goes a long way. You're supposed to wait until the makeup dries or it can get on your clothes. I waited approximately five minutes before putting my clothes on as my legs felt dry, but they weren't quite dry all the way. My workout pants ended up with a little bit of the makeup on them.  

Once the makeup dried, it didn't get on anything else. I sat on my couch, in my car, and crossed my legs, and it never came off.  I even scratched a mosquito bite, and the makeup was no where on my hands or under my nails. The makeup has a really light feeling to it, and I actually forgot I had it on my legs until I showered later that night.

The makeup removal process is relatively simple as all you need is soap and water. It did take a couple of latherings to get all the way off, but I have the same thing happen with my face makeup, so that wasn't really a big deal.

I would definitely recommend Sally Hansen Airbrush Legs to others, but if you're super pale like me, the "light" makeup might still be a little too dark for your skin tones causing a slightly orange effect. Hopefully, there will be additional skin tone colors offered in the near future.  Get your #AirbrushPerfectLegs today.


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