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AngelofnoColour
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I wish the tan I got last summer would fade, but its not :mad: I remember the summer before I got a tan and it faded by winter, but last year I went on holiday and got a good tan all over. But its not still not faded yet and its been 6 months :mad: because the bits that didnt get tanned are so fairer compared to the rest of my body and I hate it :mad:

Why hasn't it faded?
How long does it take?


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my tans used to last all year round cos i went on holiday about 4 times year
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Hehe - my tan has completely gone except for my bikini mark on my upper body :confused: - its really weird!
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Have you been exfoliating? Though I read somewhere that helps keep the tan :confused:
6 months is a long time.
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exfoliating?, yes, all the time. Its like its become permanant :mad:
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That happened to me too actually. I got really tanned travelling around Europe a couple of years back and it's never really gone away. Frankly I'm delighted though!
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My tans always stay to a certain extent because I am quite olive skinned anyway, if you are not fair skinned it's more likely to stay longer I think?
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(Original post by BlueAngel)
I wish the tan I got last summer would fade, but its not :mad: I remember the summer before I got a tan and it faded by winter, but last year I went on holiday and got a good tan all over. But its not still not faded yet and its been 6 months :mad: because the bits that didnt get tanned are so fairer compared to the rest of my body and I hate it :mad:

Why hasn't it faded?
How long does it take?


Love BlueAngel xxx
BA, I thought you were Pakistani (sorry if you're not!), and hence surely you don't get 'tanned' as of such, but simply go darker in the sun, right?
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(Original post by Angel Interceptor)
BA, I thought you were Pakistani (sorry if you're not!), and hence surely you don't get 'tanned' as of such, but simply go darker in the sun, right?
Yes I am, and I've got light coffee coloured skin and of course I get tanned, lol.
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(Original post by BlueAngel)
Yes I am, and I've got light coffee coloured skin and of course I get tanned, lol.
You go darker, so that's not what most people would interpret as a 'tan'. Anyhows, there's not much you can do to be honest. You'll go back to your regular colour sooner or later. Next summer, try and keep out of the sun more!
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huh??? Darker??? Of course we can get tanned. What do you think Ive been doing all these years, and it always fades.
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(Original post by BlueAngel)
huh??? Darker??? Of course we can get tanned. What do you think Ive been doing all these years, and it always fades.
Yes, but I was just saying that if you tell most people that you've got a 'tan' on here, then they'd immediately think that you were white, and have a 'tan' in the sense of s regular tan, as opposed to a tan on someone who is already coloured, but goes much darker. If you get me?
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Tanning literally means you go darker in the sun. Being white and getting tan is not what is considered a 'regular' tan because quite frankly, a lot of white people cant even tan.
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(Original post by Anon12957)
Tanning literally means you go darker in the sun. Being white and getting tan is not what is considered a 'regular' tan because quite frankly, a lot of white people cant even tan.
Don't be ridiculous a lot of white people can tan. I am white and I tan quite easily. Not all of us turn pumpkin red.
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(Original post by Sensei Chubbybum)
Don't be ridiculous a lot of white people can tan. I am white and I tan quite easily. Not all of us turn pumpkin red.
I was replying to the person that said it's not considered tanning unless you start off white.
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Ikr that was a very ridiculous statement, tanning just means getting darker in the sun. Literally EVERY race can tan. Then some individuals in each race can't tan and just burn. Nobody assumes you're white just cause you say you tan 💀💀💀
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Same here I got sunburn on my knee and that's was like 2 years now it's just tanned and it looks funny because I'm fare complected and that's the only dark spot lol . I wish it would go away
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