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Yes, you read that right. While it might seem too good to be true the truth is you can eat as usual, skip the workout and still look better than you did just moments before. Though it would be prudent for your health to eat right and exercise, Dana Enochson, Founder/CEO of Xen-Tan says that “with a little practice you can flatter your figure using self-tanner.”
Want larger breasts? A flatter-looking tummy? Six-pack abs? Whatever it is you’re covering you can easily make that happen. Enochson says “darker skin makes the areas look smaller while you should go lighter in the areas you want to look bigger.”
Here, her Self-Tanning Dos & Donts to get the
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