I seriously wonder if in 20 years we will be looking at a massive number of people who have a new/ different cancer - and it will be linked back to those bottles that people are pouring all over their skin, often more than once a week
While yes, a tan looks lovely, the price is just too high for me .. I dont want to be orange, or expose my skin to cancer (via the sun or a sun bed) .. and I dont trust whats in those bottles
Two words Richard Wilkins
The problem with fake tan is people try and go too dark. Orange results from too much DHA (dihydroxiacetone- active tanning ingredient) on your skin. You should aim for no more than 3 shades darker than ur natural skin tone. A natural looking fake tan is acheivevable if done correctly....Less is more!!!
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Only one thing makes me cringe more than people wearing poorly or heavily applied fake tan and that's people who lay out in the sun to tan.
When will this obsession end?
It's also a probable safe bet to say any given oompa loompah has worked for my real estate at one time or another. How sad.
I don't usually watch MasterChef - but flicked the other night and one of the judges (forgotten his name) looked absolutely like an Oompa Loompa - made me wonder - who was his wardrobe person - surely they saw him prior to going on and should've put some lightening makeup on him prior to him going on!
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