fake bake gradual self tan..

fake bake gradual self tan..

26 posts
1 Aug 2011
xdeex
Model
xdeex

for my birthday i got some fake bake gradual self tan for fair skin..

is it any good?

i was thinking of buying the facial fake bake tan as well..would that be any good?

thank you ..

Debbie


 

Posted 1 Aug 2011
I haven't used it personally, but I have a few friends who swear by it! x

Posted 1 Aug 2011
River
Model
River
I only use facial fake tan because whenever I tan naturally, the tan on my face fades quicker than the tan on my body. Ive got the fake bake 'make believe' facial gradual tan moisturiser. 1 application over night is good enough to make my face look sunkissed, and it doesnt streak at all. Fab product
Posted 1 Aug 2011
Fake Bake are an amazing product just like St Tropez But there expensive
Posted 1 Aug 2011
Iconic
Photographer
Iconic
FAKE TAN = BAD  never mind what it is

Posted 1 Aug 2011
ElyDean
Photographer
ElyDean
Iconic
FAKE TAN = BAD  never mind what it is
Not always true. Fake tans are bad when they are shit cheap products that are put on badly and are patchy. Also anything that rubs off! Eeeep! I really dislike fake tan, probably cause Im tight lol
Posted 1 Aug 2011
Iconic
Photographer
Iconic
ElyDean

Not always true. Fake tans are bad when they are shit cheap products that are put on badly and are patchy. Also anything that rubs off! Eeeep! I really dislike fake tan, probably cause Im tight lol


its bad because its fake whether that be cheap fake of expensive and professional fake its not real same as fake boobs etc - women love it men hate it so its pointless lol
Posted 1 Aug 2011
Mimi_C
Model
Mimi_C
Iconic

its bad because its fake whether that be cheap fake of expensive and professional fake its not real


Ahh so sitting in the sun and risking skin cancer is better is it?
Posted 1 Aug 2011
SerenDigital
Photographer
SerenDigital
Mimi_C

Ahh so sitting in the sun and risking skin cancer is better is it?


Of course.  Then the men who hate anything that women like can take on a charity case girlfriend to make them feel better about themselves.
Posted 1 Aug 2011
monstersnowman
Photographer
monstersnowman
Mimi_C

Ahh so sitting in the sun and risking skin cancer is better is it?


Not to mention the ageing effect of prolonged UV exposure - skin like an old leather bag ...  the Madge Harvey effect.

Posted 2 Aug 2011
Henry_Artist
Photographer
Henry_Artist
After many years of photographing whiter than white gothic models I really appreciate a tanned model. It does not matter to me if the tan is fake so long as it looks good (i.e. NOT chavtastic orange) and given the long-term health risks of exposure to sunlight is perhaps preferable to tanning naturally.
I have done several shoots this year with Star_light who uses fake tan and she looks fantastic. Perhaps you should send her a PM and find out what she uses.
Posted 2 Aug 2011
carldavis
Photographer
carldavis
Retouching a model with fake tan almost always takes me longer, I was actually thinking of sticking an extra charge on when I retouch other photographers work if the model has fake tan. I probably wont but it does add time, streaky and patches is my problem with it, not the colour.


Posted 2 Aug 2011
Iconic
Photographer
Iconic
Mimi_C

Ahh so sitting in the sun and risking skin cancer is better is it?


just being happy with how you are is safe using umpteen chemicals on your skin isnt any safer than sunbeds or letting the sun cook you
Posted 2 Aug 2011
Iconic
Photographer
Iconic
monstersnowman

Not to mention the ageing effect of prolonged UV exposure - skin like an old leather bag ...  the Madge Harvey effect.



that is a natural course for life for anyone who leaves there home,
Posted 2 Aug 2011
Mimi_C
Model
Mimi_C
Iconic

just being happy with how you are is safe using umpteen chemicals on your skin isnt any safer than sunbeds or letting the sun cook you


So where does shower gel, shampoo, deodorant and such like fit in? we should all be happy with our stinky unclean bodies as it's not natural and full of chemicals..


Posted 2 Aug 2011
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