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06 Jul 1991


hey :)  my name's molly and i'm nineteen.  i love fashion, makeup, cooking, and classic movies.  i wanna meet people, so talk to me!

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mollymarie asked:

15 Jan 2011

Is there a safe way to get a real tan?

mmkay so as you can obviously tell from my picture, i'm pale as a ghost. although i love my paleness, when i go to the beach i practically blind people. however, i'm scared to death of getting skin cancer, and i've heard because i'm so pale there's a higher risk. daily moisturizers are very time consuming and come out uneven, and getting a 50$ spray tan every week seems excessive. so this could be a really stupid question, but if i wear sunscreen can i still get a tan or is there some other way i can achieve a tan safely?



sweetpeaekg says:

Posted on 16 Jan 2011

If you use enought sunscreen, you'll get a small tan, but if you go into a tanning salon, and only getting a little laser tan might be okay, but consult your doctor before you do anything too drastic, okay? And I've never been in a tanning salon, so I wouldn't know much. The only reason I know all this is from the books I've read.


hautedevi_grl519 says:

Posted on 20 Jan 2011

mainly, being pale doesn't necassarily say that you're more likely to get skin cancer than the next person, it just means taking more care of your skin. I'm the palest out of my friends each and every summer, and it annoys me, but I think the best way to naturally achieve a tan is to basically go to the beach often and use a high SPF sunscreen before and during sunbathing. Remember that sun is also as healthy for you, as it is threatening. But, well, it's winter right now and its normal to be pale. I really think that the healthiest way to get a tan is the beach, during the summer, but if you really want that healthy glow NOW, look into different techniques. And yes, to stop my rambling, it is totally possible to achieve a tan while using sunscreen. You apply sunscreen and let it absoard into your skin before you go swiimming, and you have to lay out in the sun right after you get out of the water. The droplets are supposed to be like mirrors, reflecting the light onto your skin, and over all, tanning you. Sunscreen is to protect you skin from the harmful effects, but should still allow you to tan. Hope I helped!


tara_celeste says:

Posted on 26 Jan 2011

I know the feeling I am like a paranoid cancer freak. It freaks me out so bad! I like being pale in one way, but it's so embarrassing for me because I have excema and it screams against my complexion. And people will just gawk at it, like I'm Godzilla or something. I usually go to the tanning bed once every 10 days (of course with like a whole stinking tube of SPF) it seems to clear up my excema and give me a little bit of a glow. Just enough color to bring some pigment through the skin and give me a healthy sheen. I hope this helps! Also if you scrub your skin in a mixture of olive oil and salt( sugar works too) it helps buff dead skin cells off to enhance your glow. Plus it makes your skin extra soft and smooth.

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