Thread: When Fake Tans Go Bad.
#1 When Fake Tans Go Bad.01-27-2009, 12:46 PMThe future truly is orange for newly single fake tan fan Chelsy Davy
By Daily Mail Reporter
Last updated at 1:34 PM on 27th January 2009
Chelsy Davy has returned to Leeds University looking decidedly orange days after her split with Prince Harry was announced.
The 23-year-old student had applied a deep layer of fake tan - possibly to perk up her complexion following several nights of soul-searching over the collapse of her five-year romance.
A bronzed Davy smiled for the cameras after leaving her student house in Leeds to walk to class with a group of friends shortly after 9.30am.
The future is orange: A very bronzed Chelsy Davy smiled arrived at Leeds University yesterday following he split from Prince Harry.
Dressed in skintight jeans, tasselled black boots and a leather bomber jacket, she actually looked as if she was going for a night out on the town rather than a day studying law at the city's university.
Her message seemed clear: Life after Harry goes on. The couple split following his decision to throw himself into his new career, training to be an Army Air Corps helicopter pilot.
01-27-2009, 12:59 PM
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01-27-2009, 01:07 PM
I thought Coppertone stopped making QT!
I used it once in the 70s, and had orange patches on my legs and arms. I was glad that I had a phobia about putting lotions on my face back then.
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01-28-2009, 12:02 AM
This is why I don't even bother. I'm fair skinned, and I accept it. I'm not going to pretend that I'm tanned, and both my parents and my grandfather have had skin cancer scares, so it is just not worth it to me to try tanning
01-28-2009, 08:58 AM
I'm very fair, and I avoid the sun or wear serious sunblock if I'm going to be out in it. When I was a kid and a teen, though, I could take more sun without worry-at least be out for an hour or so, with a low spf sunscreen, and get an actual tan.
When I was 16, I got sun poisoning in Colorado, and I have not been able to tolerate much sun since then.
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