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Sydni Wilkenson

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sydnisharaya asked:

11 Jan 2012

Im super white, how can i tan naturally in the winter without going to a tanning salon ect

Yeah I live in southern California so its winter but its already warming up a little for spring. Anyways I don't want tobe white for spring, or in PE haha. Does anyone know a natural way to look tanner?

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jackie_walsh

jackie_walsh says:

Posted on 11 Jan 2012

Well, the only "natural" way to tan is to sit in the sun or go to a tanning salon. Sprays aren't natural and IMHO they don't look natural either. Since you live in Caledonia, you should be able to lay in the sun for 30-45 minutes or so a day. After a week or so, you'll have a natural tan that will darken as it gets warmer. We people from the northeast just have to look like vampires until summer :D

mimi_anetionete

mimi_anetionete says:

Posted on 11 Jan 2012

Well I use tanning gels and lotions (gradual) and as long as you learn the volumes in which to apply them, you will develop a nice glow. :) check my blog i got a self-tanner guide

sylvie_adams

sylvie_adams says:

Posted on 25 Jan 2012

I'm naturally tanned and i wish i was super white. It's ok if you wanna get a tan in the summer and stay the way you are during the winter, but that's my personal opinion of course. If you really wanna have a go with it you shouldn't like use those tanning stuff, unless it's natural, the chemicals can really screw up your skin.

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