Woahh peeps, you can look tanned without looking like you've been rolled in dorritos.
Unless there's something you guys need to tell me?
I want WHITE WHITE skin... like this: http://4.bp.blogspot.com/_F5J1VevA9Q...00.preview.jpg
I have the feeling it's impossible to achieve that without some sort of treatment though, unless you've never ever been outdoors... lol.
I prefer myself pale, but my sister is fifty shades darker than me and I think she'd look shocking if she were pale It totally depends on the person.
My father is Greek, and I guess that's why I can tan really easily...but I'm naturally pale and I don't like to have a tan.
I find it funny that people always say a tan looks "healthier"...when in actuality, "tanning is skin cells in trauma" or whatever that ad says, so pale should be the healthy looking one
My nanna was Aboriginal and I luckily got her dark skin. I love it! I do lighten a bit in the winter, and get quite brown in summer. I don't sunbathe. My DH (who is pretty pale) thinks I tan just walking out to get the mail.
I feel so blessed to have got my nanna's skin tone (she died a year before I was born so I never met her). she had 12 kids and all of them have kids and 75% of my cousins and have kids now, I feel extra special because of all those offspring only 4 of us got her colourings.
Rosewater is supposed to be good for preventing freckles I think. If we're talking about beautiful pale people, I'd sell my soul to look like Vivien Leigh in Gone With The Wind
I think they'd have to use a skin bleaching cream (or similar)...
Pregnant for the first-time?
Not sure where to start? We can help!
Our Insider Programs for pregnancy first-timers will lead you step-by-step through the 14 Pregnancy Must Dos!