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HELP!!! Fake tan emergency!!

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I put fake tan on last night and now Ive got stripy legs!!! supposed to be going out in a skirt later!! was thinking of getting a spray tan over the top but will it just look worse!!! any ideas??? Read More
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8y, 6m agoPosted 8 years, 6 months ago
I put fake tan on last night and now Ive got stripy legs!!! supposed to be going out in a skirt later!! was thinking of getting a spray tan over the top but will it just look worse!!! any ideas???
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8y, 6m agoPosted 8 years, 6 months ago
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#1
LOL. Try bisto!!!
#2
I recomend looking for some dark tights any deals on here :whistling:
#3
40 denier tights - black -
#4
tights!!!maybe a good idea!!!
any ideas on how to take it off??
#5
Sandpaper????
#6
Lemon juice
#7
rub lemons all over ,might smell but u can take showers
#8
You can buy corrective wipes. I think probably boots and supeerdrug but maybe supermarkets. You'll probably have to look around but they work!! Good Luck!
#9
A friend of mine who does spray tans has told me to use lemon juice ans sugar which will then exfoliate your skin as well, hope it works :0)
#10
I feel for you.......I went for a spray tan a couple of years ago the morning before a huge night out. Looked great for an hour then as the day went on I got oranger and oranger! Sat in the bath crying and scrubbed myself raw, didnt make the slightest difference........I looked worse than David Dickinson by the time the evening came around.
Try the lemon suggestions, I hope it works for you :)
#11
Let's have a look, post a pic. We'll tell you what it looks like. It might look smart, and you could start a new trend.
#12
look on the bottle-the one i used to use washed off with soap?
1 Like #13
try a matching stripy skirt :thumbsup:
#14
springbrucesteen
try a matching stripy skirt :thumbsup:



:giggle::giggle: rep

Seriously though, it's not exactly life threatening is it? Does it HAVE to be a skirt later? Haven't you got any trousers?
#15
thans guys, can always rely on u lot for good advice!! and a laugh, looks like im off to tesco to stock up on lemons!!!
#16
Try dark thick thermal tights :thumbsup:
#17
deek72
:giggle::giggle: rep

Seriously though, it's not exactly life threatening is it? Does it HAVE to be a skirt later? Haven't you got any trousers?


of course its not life threatening!!! just wanted to wear a skirt thats all.
just after some advice:x
#18
75kateb
of course its not life threatening!!! just wanted to wear a skirt thats all.
just after some advice:x


Hey, don't you frown at me! How very dare you! :)
#19
Can we have a pic of the Zebra legs please? It will assist in everyone giving more meaningful advice....:whistling: :w00t:

Edit : Will also help to rip the Michael Fish as well :)
#20
go to the swimming pool, this normally strps my fan tan right off, also try cheap n nasty bubble bath, that tends to work as well.
banned#21
well if you dress a bit more modestly then you dont need a "solution"

no offence intended :)
#22
Jerry786
well if you dress a bit more modestly then you dont need a "solution"

no offence intended :)


[COLOR="Purple"]So wearing a skirt is immodest? Are you visiting from the 19th century?

OP - use an exfoliator, then a moisturiser, then a spray tan - if that doesn't work opaque tights![/COLOR]
banned#23
chrysha
[COLOR="Purple"]So wearing a skirt is immodest? Are you visiting from the 19th century?[/COLOR]


YES

And as i said before ...No offence intended so lets leave it as that
#24
Jerry786
YES

And as i said before ...No offence intended so lets leave it as that


[COLOR="Purple"]Telling someone they're being immodest because they want to wear a skirt (she didn't even say a short skirt) is insulting. Saying no offence intended doesn't change that.[/COLOR]
1 Like #25
chrysha;3471679
[COLOR=Purple]Telling someone they're being immodest because they want to wear a skirt (she didn't even say a short skirt) is insulting. Saying no offence intended doesn't change that.[/COLOR]

I couldn't agree more.
banned#26
chrysha
[COLOR="Purple"]Telling someone they're being immodest because they want to wear a skirt (she didn't even say a short skirt) is insulting. Saying no offence intended doesn't change that.[/COLOR]


you have your views and i have mine.

Im not forcing anyone to accept my opinion.
#27
Jerry786;3471743
you have your views and i have mine.

Im not forcing anyone to accept my opinion.

Really wasn't needed though was it?

She was asking for advice on the fake tan on her legs. not the fake tan on her skirt so the skirt really didn't need to be brought up.

Just them average trolls..
#28
Jerry786
you have your views and i have mine.

Im not forcing anyone to accept my opinion.


[COLOR="Purple"]That may be so, but if you need to add 'no offence intended' to any comment, I suspect you know you are being offensive.[/COLOR]
#29
Wot a pile of tosh. Some people aren't great at articulating therefore it is offensive to them to have someone criticise their method of communication simply because it is not deemed as how you would have stated it.

The person may want to participate in a debate/conversation/thread but what they intend to say isnt always interpreted as intended and may put a supplemental piece of info such "no offence intended" to qualify any misunderstanding or misinterpretation.

Its quite sad and pathetic to see people just presuming that the other person was being insulting. Nothing like being the judge, jury and executioner now is there.

If the OP finds it insulting then at the very least they should say so and give the other person the chance to apologise without having the HUKD swat team hit on them. All that serves to achieve is to spoil the OP's thread.

Personally I think the OP should go ahead and wear her skirt...short or not. All shes looking for is a little help on damage control, albeit for the tan fiasco.
banned#30
t0mm
Really wasn't needed though was it?

She was asking for advice on the fake tan on her legs. not the fake tan on her skirt so the skirt really didn't need to be brought up.

Just them average trolls..


why wasnt it needed? the only troll is you for misunderstanding what i meant.

chrysha
[COLOR="Purple"]That may be so, but if you need to add 'no offence intended' to any comment, I suspect you know you are being offensive.[/COLOR]


You are twisting my words and taking things out of context. I dont need to say anything else.

StevenA2000_uk
Wot a pile of tosh. Some people aren't great at articulating therefore it is offensive to them to have someone criticise their method of communication simply because it is not deemed as how you would have stated it.

The person may want to participate in a debate/conversation/thread but what they intend to say isnt always interpreted as intended and may put a supplemental piece of info such "no offence intended" to qualify any misunderstanding or misinterpretation.

Its quite sad and pathetic to see people just presuming that the other person was being insulting. Nothing like being the judge, jury and executioner now is there.

If the OP finds it insulting then at the very least they should say so and give the other person the chance to apologise without having the HUKD swat team hit on them. All that serves to achieve is to spoil the OP's thread.

Personally I think the OP should go ahead and wear her skirt...short or not. All shes looking for is a little help on damage control, albeit for the tan fiasco.


Your post was so well written i had to read it twice :thumbsup:
#31
Thread of the year!
#32
How's it looking now?
#33
thanks for all your advice guys!!! the lemons worked a treat!!!!
sorry so late in responding just a little hung over today!!!
as for all the daft comments I just ignore them all, didnt realise I was going to spark a debate!!! just wanted some advice so thanx for that!!!!
1 Like #34
glad to be of help :thumbsup:

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