Celebrities and the fake tan...when is it too much?
What sometimes makes celebs so fit? In addition to have molded bodies, beautiful clothes and hairstyles, there is also a good dose of fake tanning. self tanning creams, tanning beds and spray tanning are a ‘must have’ for some stars, who, not only during the summer season adopt this habit that can lead to addiction and become Tanorexia.
Among the most tanned we find Jennifer Aniston, Victoria Beckham, Lindsay Lohan, and Snooky Polizzi, star of The Jersey Shore, who said that during pregnancy she reduced the big number of sessions at the solarium, and that her child "will have a natural tan.” And we hope it well! Reality shows like Jersey Shore, The Real Housevives, and the Kardashians show us how personalities of the showbusiness can not stand to stop this practice (Read), which sometimes leads them to look ridiculous and unnatural, and can cause severe skin damage.
"I tried to cover up my insecurities by turning into a big-time tanorexic," said British singer Nicola Roberts in her blog against the danger of artificial suntan. “I automatically thought that tanned was attractive. As I got older, I realized fake tan was rather messy and I wanted to look cleaner, classier and more demure. I started looking at women like Lily Cole – beautiful women with their pale skin, rather than looking at the run-of-the-mill, tanned, average lady." Even in Hollywood, after the fever of the Twilight saga, and beauty like Kristen Stewart the pale look as a vampire is having success, yet there are still so many , from Donatella Versace to Audrina Patridge, who seem really addicted to tanning. In the photo gallery are all the stars with bold suntans