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What's Your Tanning Method Of Choice?

What's Your Tanning Method Of Choice?

Since I know you wouldn't dare bask in the sun and all of its harmful rays, vote below to let me know your personal self-tanning preference. It looks like Paris Hilton is a big fan of the fake bake. Nowadays there are all sorts of options to obtain a healthy sun-kissed (and hopefully not too orange) glow. I love a little color, but I'm always self conscious of spotting after a spray tan session — what about you?

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kiwigeek kiwigeek 8 years
I stick with my drugstore tanning lotions... Johnson's Holiday Skin is for me! Check out this video...really hits home!! http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=S7_G6fmQo2o
dania_r dania_r 8 years
im latin.. i dont need that..
dania_r dania_r 8 years
im latin.. i dont need that..
smart-blonde smart-blonde 8 years
I'm Malfoy blonde and look ridiculous with any sort of tan. Pale is it for me!
carhornsinapril carhornsinapril 8 years
i'm pasty and proud of it. i use at least spf 45 daily.
ayuninur ayuninur 8 years
I choose not to tan..
ayuninur ayuninur 8 years
I choose not to tan..
sarasonne sarasonne 8 years
I try to embrace my milky paleness. Must we all be tan?
californiagirlx7 californiagirlx7 8 years
Sunbathing...not often though. I used to get really tan in the summer but not so much anymore. I don't understand why people go to tanning booths, it always look too orange-y to me.
bettywhite bettywhite 8 years
Pale and proud, sporting at least SPF 15 every single day! I pick up some color accidentally in the summer, but that's it. I keep waiting for all the celebs to stop tanning. Lindsey L keeps going overboard - she looks dirty. I'd rather be pale than resemble an oompa-loompa any day!
Nikitainthesection Nikitainthesection 8 years
I'm pale to not say milky-white like a lot most of the time. I'm a blond so it doesn't help to tan easily...:rotfl:
Nikitainthesection Nikitainthesection 8 years
I don't tan at all, but when it's summer I go outside most of the time with sunblock on me, but I don't do tanning.Sometimes I say sometimes when I was in my teens I was doing a little bit of tanning, but not that much I looked more like I was a lobster-human...:rotfl:
Nikitainthesection Nikitainthesection 8 years
I don't tan at all, but when it's summer I go outside most of the time with sunblock on me, but I don't do tanning. Sometimes I say sometimes when I was in my teens I was doing a little bit of tanning, but not that much I looked more like I was a lobster-human...:rotfl:
FoxyJo FoxyJo 8 years
As a child I would easily darken in the sun (thanks to my Mexican roots and year around softball tournaments-SPF always). Now that I am older I can't seem to keep my legs from blinding everyone! I got desperate for some color and bought a month of sessions for a tanning bed...big mistake!! It was my first time ever trying it and my skin was too sesitive to the light...thank goodness! I will NEVER go back to the beds and will stick to Jergens tanning lotion (although I do need some advice on getting the lotion to blend nicely on my feet-they are so white compared to my fake tan legs LoL)! After hearing all of the risks tanning beds have I am glad I experienced it and found out it wasn't for me! Plus, I don't want to look 40 when I am 30!
honeybomb honeybomb 8 years
i admire the tan, island girl look, but i've learned to love my milky baby skin, too!
lovelie lovelie 8 years
I used to go tanning once in a while, but I am one of the few who find it really uncomfortable, and you smell bad for the rest of the day so it is hard to find a right time to go. If you are looking for a nice self-tanner, the bare escentuals is amazing, it is colorguided, natural-looking, non-comedegenic, so it won't clog pores, and it has a hint of almond oil in it which makes it smell super good and almond oil is really good for the skin.
secrethoughts secrethoughts 8 years
I'm half Irish, half Italian, and I live in New York...so without any sun (ie most of the year), I'm super pale, and people have actually been really mean about it. Seriously, I've worn skirts without stockings, and I've actually been mocked and made fun of at work. How rude is that? For that reason, among others, ..I really like a little color in the summer, especially on my legs, which are about as white as legs can be. When I was younger, I used tanning beds, but I've quit because I don't want to risk skin damage. I've tried tanning lotions, but the only ones I can manage to apply correctly are the ones that gradually deposit color like Jergens, which take foreeever.
secrethoughts secrethoughts 8 years
I'm half Irish, half Italian, and I live in New York...so without any sun (ie most of the year), I'm super pale, and people have actually been really mean about it. Seriously, I've worn skirts without stockings, and I've actually been mocked and made fun of at work. How rude is that? For that reason, among others, ..I really like a little color in the summer, especially on my legs, which are about as white as legs can be. When I was younger, I used tanning beds, but I've quit because I don't want to risk skin damage. I've tried tanning lotions, but the only ones I can manage to apply correctly are the ones that gradually deposit color like Jergens, which take foreeever.
Black-Velveteen Black-Velveteen 8 years
Naturally tanned, and proud. :)
Jessamae22 Jessamae22 8 years
I've noticed that people are pretty harsh about others' tanning habits...A lot of people seem pretty condescending towards the idea of tanning! It seems that the tanning bed is getting the same treatment now as a cigarette (due to the cancer link?). Either way, who would have thought!! It seemed for so long that being tan was "cool", and now, it's a magnet for criticism...I remember in high school my mom not letting me tan and being the sole pale girl at dances (I thank her now for it!), but back then, ugh, the shame!
TFS TFS 8 years
sorry ladies but the baked bean look is out! :]
Jessamae22 Jessamae22 8 years
I, unfortch, am not one of those people who can look in the mirror and be proud of being pale--I just can't seem to pull it off :( Rather than use a tanning bed (hello even more freckles and future skin issues), I use a combo of spray tan/tanning lotion once warm weather season hits....In the summer, I do spend a lot of time outdoors with SPF, and I still manage to get some color that way.....either way, I'm bummed that I can't seem to shake the sickly look when I'm my natural color.
heineken67 heineken67 8 years
I use self-tanning lotion sometimes when I'm afraid my legs are starting to blind people, but mostly I just stick with my natural paleness. I had a spray-on tan done professionally once for a special occasion, but my boyfriend didn't like it. He said that I just didn't look like myself without fair skin.
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