By Bryony Jewell For Mailonline. Hannah Tittensor, 22, from Belfast, discovered her love for being bronzed after she developed an amazing bronzed tan while on holiday in Turkey in Since then the beauty therapy student has regularly taken to the sunbeds but her colour isn't all down to the sun or UV. Some girls can't live without getting their nails or hair done and for me its tanning. Hannah Tittensor above , 22, from Belfast, is obsessed with tanning and uses sunbeds three times a week for around 15 minutes a time. The beauty therapy student, pictured right with a friend, said she uses tanning injections of a substance called Melanotan to make her go darker quicker on the sun bed. And while Hannah admitted she is at the extreme end, she has insisted she is a part of a growing trend in tanning in Belfast, with many using the illegal drug.
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Lexie at her first appointment at Huntsman Cancer Institute on Sept. Two years ago, we at Beauty Redefined published a popular post arguing that the soaring increase in the number of young women with skin cancer is a beauty issue above all else. On Sept.
When I was a tween and teen, I spent much of the Chicago spring and summer months with a neck and lower arm farmer's tan, which looked spectacular when I was wearing my softball uniform the reason I had this particular color pattern , but not so much when I wore summer clothes or a bathing suit. To even things out, I did what so many other girls in the '80s did: Applied baby oil and "laid out" in my yard, hoping to bronze the rest of myself to a crisp. Popping sunburn blisters became an entertaining past time every summer. And forget about spray tans and self tanner.
But times have changed, and now fake tans are so good that most of the natural looking tans we see on TV have come from a bottle. Superdrug shifts a million bottles of the brown stuff a year, and St Tropez products are so popular one's sold every 15 seconds. During World War II women used old tea bags and Bovril to give their legs a bit of colour, with the first sunless tanner - bizarrely called Man Tan - hitting the market in the 50s.