We like to do it the natural way ... taking our clothes off and lying in the sun. We don't like and won't use tanning beds. My wife used tanning beds a few times and got a nice tan but we prefer the natural way.
Living nude, as much as we do, we constantly get sun while outside doing various things. We will be heading out soon to do some planting in some pots and yard maintenance and since we'll be nude, it helps us keep away the tan lines ... although, can't remember when either of us had tan lines. If there's a possibility of getting very noticeable tan lines, we are usually under shade or an umbrella to minimize those. :D
... and as soon as we are able, we're naked and getting rid of any tan lines! :-)
I am talking about tan lines not cooking
I know, I had a relative who always said he was so well tanned because he bathed in oxo cubes as a skin improver, my parents believed him, he was clearly a naturist but they had issues so he had to make up something
I am talking about tan lines not cookingI know, I had a relative who always said he was so well tanned because he bathed in oxo cubes as a skin improver, my parents believed him, he was clearly a naturist but they had issues so he had to make up something
Oh ok, It just sounded super weird
I am talking about tan lines not cookingOh ok, It just sounded super weird
It would definitely be super weird if he used it as a base for soup as mentioned above, most especially if soap was used during the bath. EEEWWW!!! YUCK!!!! Don't invite me over for soup anytime soon. LOL
If you are one that spends a lot of time out in the sun with clothes on, you'll have tan lines. I find at least a few hours a month, short periods each time, less than an hour, keeps an even tan. Granted I'm latino so I have darker skin and tan easier than blond hair white skin individual.
How would you get rid of tan lines?I would simply just not wear clothes and spend more time in the sun.
I don't think that strategy is going to work very well, as while the untanned areas start to tan, the already tanned areas will continue to tan resulting in the continuation of tan lines. I think the only way to get things evened out would be to cover the tanned areas while allowing the untanned areas to play catch up for awhile. Then when everything is evenly tanned, start lying out completely uncovered again. Otherwise you end up with lightly tanned places and more darkly tanned places.