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04-01-2012 10:56 #51
04-01-2012 10:58 #52
I wish moon tanning could turn you white *wishful dreaming* lol.
Although, I do wish my body was one colour and not a rainbow
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04-01-2012 10:58 #53
I'm both, and I hate it!
I would prefer to be either or, to be honest. though I do love the pale look, all those glamorous 50's pinups!
My face is more rosy than anything, but the top half of my back, chest and arms are all quite brown, my lower back, belly, boobs, legs and bum are all white as snow, they rarely see the sun.
I also have freckles so my face, arms, across my shoulders and chest are all quite freckle covered. They're the parts of me that see the sun on a regular basis so are naturally freckled and tanned, but the rest of me...yeah, snow white!
04-01-2012 11:09 #54
Peachy pale & freckled. Although pre-kids I religiously got weekly spray tans every September thru to May cause I loved the way I looked/felt with them.
Now I guess I'm older, poorer and more comfy in my own skin I'm happy to be pasty.
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04-01-2012 14:48 #55
nothing against tanned people AT ALL. the only tans i see around here are natural (and im not going to get skin cancer for the sake of looking darker) or... people that look like they rolled in dorrito dust. those REALLL bad fake tans... i just think its too hard to perfect.
a friend saw my legs for the first time in aout 4 years and asked me well and truly if i was albino..pmsl.. "i just dont get out much"
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04-01-2012 16:40 #56
I have really pale skin, not "bright" white, but I stand out in photos as "the pale one" compared to everyone else. I actually really love it. I wouldn't want to change it, I think it suits me!
Sometimes I'll use a little St Tropez mousse on my arms or legs if I'm going out, but not for an average day. I think heavily fake tanned skin makes people look older anyway! I'd rather be pale!!
04-01-2012 16:50 #57
I'm pale with freckles. I love the 1920s - 50s when pale was "in". I also think tanned fat looks thinner than pale fat so I wouldn't mind tanned legs. Too bad I burn, turn red, peel and go back to albino if I so much as look at sun.
04-01-2012 16:53 #58
I have naturally olive skin, so I think I look "healthier" with a bit of colour. It suits me. I don't actively seek a tan though, and I wear sunscreen.
04-01-2012 17:08 #59
I think Helen Mirren is one woman who's aged really well... she looks great... and was pale as a younger woman.
04-01-2012 18:45 #60
DP gets a tan from looking out the window. I tan gradually, but I wish I tanned quickly!
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