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April 19, 2010 | by  | in News |
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Spray tan mystery solved

In the last issue before the break, Salient reported that boxes of spray tan were being handed out free of charge in the quad.

Salient can now report that the spray tan was the same spray tan that was delivered in large quantities to VUWSA for Orientation last year.

For those curious, the spray tan was the Garnier Amber Solaire no-streaks bronzer “light”, a multi-directional self-tanning spray that contains natural apricot extract and vitamin E.

The spray tan is easy to apply to the back of the legs and leaves a luminous, even and natural-looking tan. It dries instantly.

The spray tan has been in storage since Orientation 2009, and it was made available to students at no cost to free up storage space.

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