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18 February 2011 11:58
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Ummm ... natural tans are dangerous as well
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18 February 2011 12:42
Bonno
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eurgh no...im pale ish but rather that than ever touch a sunbed or fake tan...pale is better than tangoed look!!
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23 February 2011 11:34
zoe_james05
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Agencies flip a biscuit if you turn up with fake tan to a job.

You give a photographer uneccessary work tyring to sort it out if you wear it to a shoot (there is always going to be a patch somewhere) and i think its restricting, ive turned up to a shoot and then tried things with water if you use instant tan then you are going to look like you've melted if put in that situation haha!

If you follow the rule nly wear it if its asked for, then i doubt you'll go wrong.

The only time i tan is instant for a saturday night out with the girlies and a proffessional san tropez spray tan that lasts about 5 days for any grid girl work i do/ pageants.

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24 February 2011 18:07
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Dont go on sunbeds!! Youll regret it when youre older!

The only fake tan Ive found that doesnt make me patchy or orange is the St Tropez gradual tan in the light/medium shade but I dont even use that anymore, Ive embraced the pale
If you do use fake tan make sure you exfoliate LOADS before you put it on, and maybe get someone to help you so you dont miss bits. And remember to wash the palms of your hands afterwards! Orange palms arent attracvive in any sense of the word!
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07 March 2011 08:15
HardcoreRoyalty
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Quote from Lil_jess
Although many photographers don't like fake tan- and understandably as it can look very fake and patchy, mistakes are easily made- if you find a good spray tan and a good place to have it done it can look natural and beautiful, I use sienna Spray tan and have someone come to my house to do it the night before a shoot xx




agreeed! i use sienna at shows and mine only goes patchy on the 5th day! x
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07 March 2011 08:32
rattusratus
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Quote from Dannsair
Treat yourself to a holiday and sunbathe using plenty of sun tan lotion...no "tangoed" look and no worry about using sunbeds.


thats what killed my aunty pauline she never thought a holiday to spain would cause her slow death, sunbathing is incredibly dangerous i would surgest using gradual tan lotions as there easy to remove and you can see results before adding more
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23 March 2011 16:52
KerriT
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Quote from rattusratus
thats what killed my aunty pauline she never thought a holiday to spain would cause her slow death, sunbathing is incredibly dangerous i would surgest using gradual tan lotions as there easy to remove and you can see results before adding more

ratsx




+1 on the gradual tan lotions! I thank my lucky stars I was born tanned
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23 March 2011 17:01
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I agree, Johnsons holiday skin, no patchiness, good for your skin, and a moisterizer too Just gives you a natural glow, no umpa lumpa effect
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