Game of Tones: Celebrity Tans Gone Wrong
There is an addiction running rampant in Hollywood — it comes in a bottle, can be bought at a drugstore, and sometimes, even delivered to your home.
It's the fake tan, and celebrities are hooked. Check out these famous faux-ver achievers — proof that even the rich and famous have MAJOR acci-tans.
MATTHEW MCCONAUGHEYI know you love bongos and the beach, but you might have overdone the sun exposure this time. I hope that Camila loves the beard because I know what you'll look like when you shave ...
Oh, Bradley! Were you hungover when you decided to slather on the tan-in-a-can?!? Pro-tip: Make sure to exfoliate and shave before applying sunless tanning lotion.
I'll admit that Aniston has the perfect golden glow, but if she keeps up her admitted sunbathing routine, she's going to look like her leather dress. She told Conan O'Brien that she's undergone laser treatments to help her get rid of sun spots, but it left her with flaky skin. "I did this thing called, like, a peel. It's extremely intense," said Aniston. "You don't realize you look like a battered burn victim for a week." I say skip the burn and find a Mystic tan salon stat!
There's no denying that a sun-kissed face looks radiant on the red carpet. However, there's tan-tastic (a perfect glow) and then there's the other extreme, as seen on Lohan. I can already see sun damage across her chest, a serious area of concern for women, which leads to premature aging and an increased risk of skin cancer. It's time for Lindsay to start hitting the bottle ... of sunscreen!
Your "Baywatch" beach days may be long gone, but the sun damage is here to stay. I'm pretty sure skin cancer would hassle "The Hoff," so whether or not you're up on the big screen, please don't abandon the sunscreen.
Like father, like daughter ... tanorexia runs in this family. It's hard to convince a girl that she's gone overboard with the tanning lotion when she thinks it's acceptable to wear a bathing suit on the red carpet.
I love your clothes, and I love your husband even more. However, you've proved that while you can't be too rich or too thin, you can be too tan. When designing for this season, please keep in mind that orange is not the new black.
The Cast of the "Jersey Shore"
Orange, orange, clementine, orange, orange, orange, orange. We know, we know — tanning is part of their motto! But maybe, just maybe, they should change the Mystic Tan setting to "Touch of Tahiti" and not "Oompa Loompa."
Does anyone else think it's strange that Miss Universe is from Venezuela and Trump's skin is darker than hers is? Perhaps he's been hanging out with the pageant mothers too long — forget "Toddlers and Tiaras," up next is "Moguls With Irregular Moles."
My favorite heiress has been keeping out of the spotlight, but apparently not out of the spray tan booth. It's obvious from her unnatural orange tone that she is getting most of her glow from a sun-safe method. However, the redness on her cheeks and forehead lead us to think she may be catching some real rays. It's time to put the bottle down, Paris — a woman of your means should never wear so much "faux."
Don't say I didn't warn you: Versace is living proof that no matter how much money, style or talent you have, sun damage doesn't discriminate.