I need help

Discussion in 'Underwear, Clothing, and Appearance Issues' started by DRockStar, Oct 24, 2008.

  1. DRockStar

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    So I am a fair skin type guy with blonde hair. I started tanning two years ago and got a nice dark tann, but i could tell it was bad for my skin so i stopped. I started dying my hair brown too and got alot more compliments. But now I have brown hair and very white skin. Anyone know any goood sunless tanners? So my hair doesnt make me look even more white?
     
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    Quit trying to be someone you aren't, it's easier. :smile:
     
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    I remember a comment a friend of mine made to a dark-skinned bartendress:

    "I'll bet I could lick that tan off of you!"
     
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    I would suggest getting airbrushed for the best results. They will contour your body for you.
     
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    Agreed. Work what you've got and not what you want.
     
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    I do not tan well either, and I made peace with it a long time ago. I agree that it is generally best to accept yourself the way you are. People come in all colors, and there is nothing wrong with fair coloring. There is nothing wrong with anybody’s coloring. If you truly do not like the way you look naturally and feel compelled to make changes, my advice is to make subtle and well-chosen modifications. Overdone fake tans and drastic alterations to hair color can look very obviously artificial. I may catch hell for offering this, but I find that women generally are better able to pull off an artificial look attractively than a man can. Ultimately, though, you should please yourself, of course.
     
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