Shapes On Skin After Sunning

While at an outdoors St. Patrick's Day party a few years ago, guests were wearing green 4 leaf clover stickers on their arms, cheeks, etc., being festive. Not only did they have a great time, but they all realized they had permanent 4 leaf clover designs on the areas they'd had their stickers, once the stickers were removed, as they'd either tanned or gotten sunburned.


(this wasn't intentional, but it could be something that teenagers or other youngsters might enjoy this summer as this could be done with any other shaped stickers for other holidays, or non-holidays.)

By T.H.

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March 24, 20050 found this helpful

We did something like this in high school. We would paint our boyfriends initials on our thigh with nail polish and then lay out in the sun and get a tan, when the polish was removed, voila there were the initials! Lots better than a permanent tattoo. If you broke up with him all you had to do was lay out in the sun again to "remove" it.

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March 25, 20050 found this helpful

Ergh, I hate to be a killjoy, but tanning is a really bad thing to do to your body. Always wear suntan lotion and a big hat. Having skin cancer is awful.


I suppose if you want the same thing, you could use the stickers with a spray on tan. :-)
--Kathleen K.

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