We've all heard it.
"Ugh, I'm so white! I need to go tanning."
I'll admit it.
I used to be one of those girls.
I felt pressured to feel like I needed to be tan.
But the following is how my skin reacts to high amounts of sun or UV rays:
-I get hives that itch and are highly uncomfortable
-I get a blotchy uneven sunburn as apposed to a glowing tan
-Many times I've had sunburns that kill, I mean kill
-After my sunburn fades, there is only freckles that replace it
Also, I just frankly didn't like tanning beds. I felt like I was being baked in an oven. And you stink after. Ugh.
So I came to the conclusion like 2 years ago that white skin was ok for me. I hate to admit it, but there was one book that highly contributed to this new embracing in my life: Twilight. If vampires rocked it, why couldn't I? I like fair skin. I like not seeking constantly after the next tanning bed. I think fair skin is pretty. I think it's elegant.
Here's some pictures of gorgeous girls I found with very fair, white skin.
Rose from Titanic
My and my sister watched Titanic last night
I couldn't get over this women's white glow
I would love if I had gorgeous red hair like her
This is the lady I nannied for 2 summers ago
She attempted acting most of her life
First time I met her I said: "Wow, you're gorgeous"
She was obsessed with keeping her skin white
She would keep sun screen with her at all times
Oh how I love Zooey
Her white skin fits her
Don't know who this girl is but she's gorgeous
Despite the fact that I'm not a huge fan of her acting
And I can't understand how she'd cheat on her husband Ryan Renalds
I do think she rocks the white elegant look