(Closed) Calling All Pale Brides!

posted 7 years ago in Beauty
Post # 31
Member
13 posts
Newbee
  • Wedding: November 2014

I am as pale as it gets and I am really not one for self tanning, because really it just suits me to be pale. I have dark hair as well. You could always opt for a bit of highlight in your hair, and just use a bit of bronzer and highlighter on your chest and arms…. I’d be worried about getting tanner on my dress, but then I don’t know much about the stuff. But if your porcelain skin is a “signature” of yours, you want to make sure not to go too much darker. I keep reading how a wedding day is not a time to make big standout changes with your looks…. but then again, it depends on your personality as well. Btw I highly reccommend Bobbi Brown bronzing powder in Golden Light… total game changer if your skin is alabaster! Not a hint of orange. You can google some swatches.

Post # 32
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87 posts
Worker bee
  • Wedding: December 1969

Nearly transparent here also, with light icy blue/green/gray eyes (usually in the blue green range) and nearly blue black hair.  Clue the vampire and Snow White comments. 

I’m rocking my ghost like skin.  I do not tan at all – I’ve gotten second degree sunburnt before. Any fake tan is very harsh and orange. 

The slight negative is I’m 30 and I still get carded for R rated movies.  Add in being a leapling (yup, born on 29th of February), so many people think my ID is fake.

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