Fair skinned beach babes, don't suffer in the summer months. Use these tanning tips for pale people and get a golden glow without all the tomato red drama. For those of us more prone to sunburn, the summer can be a tricky time. We want a healthy, happy, bronze, but our tender skin isn't up to the challenge of a suntan session. Even ladies blessed with greater sun exposure super powers shouldn't be baking away at the beach or in a tanning salon. Sun damage caused by exposure to UV rays creates serious outcomes including increased risk of skin cancer and extrinsic aging of your epidermis aka premature wrinkles and spots.
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Kiss goodbye to dull and lifeless matte tans and say hello to oxygen-boosting, skincare-compatible formulas. Invisible solutions, especially tanning waters, are proving extremely popular with clients because the lack of guide colour means no stained sheets. However, although they are better for clients, these formulations are harder for us experts to apply evenly, but we can adapt to life without a guide colour. Look out for solutions with added antioxidants from sources such as green tea and chicory root extract, which nourish and help skin cells fight the ageing effects of pollution, as well as top hydrators like coconut oil. Tanning is now as big a focus as nails, brows and lashes, and clients are booking accordingly.
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If you are thinking about taking off your clothes to head into the sun, it might be worth reading this - even in your own back garden. And with little else to do it is the perfect weather for sunbathing in your local park or the back garden. Avoiding tan lines is a big priority for some who may consider baring all to get a full body colour - but is this actually allowed? There are laws and official guidelines in Ireland on nudity when in public and in your own property. So if you are thinking about taking off your clothes to head into the sun, it might be worth reading this.
Irish people are pale, let's face it. There's the odd exception, normally when someone's parents are from somewhere else, but on the whole, we're a pale-ass nation. There are some of us, however, that are paler than most. If you're one of these people you'll know of the absolute torture associated with it.