How the “Baywatch” Stars Got Their Flawless Sunless Tans

When watching "Baywatch," the first thing you notice is those iconic red swimsuits. The second, the perfectly sun-kissed tans. Here’s how to master the glow.

By Avery Matera, Allure
When watching Baywatch, the first thing you notice is those red swimsuits. The second: the perfectly sun-kissed tans. Did you know, though, that in the 2017 movie remake of that iconic television series, the glow of many of the actors comes out of a bottle? That’s right, although some bathing suit beach runners tanned the natural way, others were given a heavy dose of spray tan, according to Refinery29. It is a statement that is worth rejoicing over, especially as the push for sun and skin care grows.

[post_ads]Kim Greene was the head makeup artist on the film, and sheRefinery29 that for those actors who owe their bronzed tone to the good old-fashioned spray tan, they were scheduled for touchups at least once a week. Even though the tans might have looked nearly flawless when the stars emerged from their trailers to start shooting, Greene says it wasn't always easy. “The cast was being sprayed with water or soaking in the ocean for 12 to 14 hours at a time," she explains.
"Self-tanner would start to streak and peel off, and it was up to the makeup team to make the actor’s skin look smooth and flawless no matter what.”Greene had a simple go-to solution for the harsh elements she was battling: Westmore Beauty Body Coverage Perfector. And Baywatch isn't the first film that's relied on the body balm. It's also been used in television and in preparation for the red carpet.
So, not only does it give you that same Baywatch glow you see onscreen, but it also preserves it nearly as well as those gorgeous stars. Of the product, Greene says, “[It helped] even out the self-tanner mishaps, hide any imperfections, and it lasted up to three days. It also kept the wardrobe team happy because it didn't rub off on white dresses.” Sign us up


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Lifestyle Magazine: How the “Baywatch” Stars Got Their Flawless Sunless Tans
How the “Baywatch” Stars Got Their Flawless Sunless Tans
When watching "Baywatch," the first thing you notice is those iconic red swimsuits. The second, the perfectly sun-kissed tans. Here’s how to master the glow.
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