[unpaid/sample/affiliate/ad] A classic that has taken me time to love. But, my sunscreen error at the beginning of the week has made me re-look at Perfect Legs Skin Miracle to address the disparity between my very (accidentally) tanned feet and my alabaster legs.

thisworks Perfect Legs Skin Miracle

There’s nothing I can do about the Fitflop lines on my feet but an application of Perfect Legs does give a nicely sun-kissed look to my shins that hasn’t budged or smudged and in that respect, it’s a huge recommend. It’s more of a tone warming than a fake tan and it’s enough to take the edge off the (in my case) whiteness. As far as perfecting goes – because it does claim to ‘perfect and cover skin imperfections’ I think it does – a bit. I mean, it won’t cover veins or marks but there is a general smoother look. Personally, I think the strength lies in the seamless tone warming – I’m surprised myself how much of a difference even a light application makes (do one leg first and wait a bit before you do the other because it’s worth noting the difference).

thisworks Perfect Legs Skin Miracle

So, this isn’t as blended in as would apply in real life – it’s just to give you an idea of the warmth of it. It rinses away with a bit of soap and water and takes about 3 seconds to reapply. I’m using the M&S link because while I’ve searched for the best price, it’s more or less across the board at £38 – but there’s an offer if you buy 2 or more (thisworks) products to get a Hero Kit. Find it HERE, non affiliate HERE.

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