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    Airbrush tanning?

    Anybody here tried this or know someone who has? I bought a bottle of the stuff this week and have been playing with it but would like to hear from others experiences.

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    Are you orange yet?

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    irony on the screen name

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    I have never had any experience with it or any other fake tanning methods...I hope you don't claim to be a geek as you would be putting down the entire geek race.

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    got any streaks yet? a woman at our place did it and had lines all over funny as heck it was lol

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    A girl at my school did it last year, she did it, and she was orange for over two months.

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    Originally posted by phill2003
    funny as heck
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    What does this mean? I never heard this expression before. It must mean "very very very funny" but if you have a real explanation to give me, I will be happy to learn something new

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    I bought a gallon of it for my wife. Works great especially if you keep it up every 3 days respray or so. No streaks if done correctly, and no orange. You dont come of a spray instantly tan unless the mix you have has alot of coloring to it. But slowly over a few hours you get darker as the DHA in the product reacts with the skin and actually browns it.
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    Originally posted by lubox.com
    Off-topic:
    What does this mean? I never heard this expression before. It must mean "very very very funny" but if you have a real explanation to give me, I will be happy to learn something new

    Ludo, the Frenchie
    Yes, It does mean very funny.

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    My girlfriend went in and had herself sprayed twice. For the first hour she was as orange as a carrot, and even once it settled in she was still a bit orange in places...though it was only where she hadn't received that much sun before. It wore off within about a week or a week and a half. IMHO you'd be better of just getting out in the sun.

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    Originally posted by climax
    irony on the screen name
    Not really, I've been doing airbrush body art for several years now as a hobby*.

    This is day 3 and I'm not orange at all. All my various bits are still the same color (which was not the case before), and it everyone says it looks natural. I know from long experience that there are at least 3 or 4 different skin types so I'll have to be careful as I experiment on other people but I'm impressed with this stuff so far.

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    Originally posted by lubox.com
    Off-topic:
    What does this mean? I never heard this expression before. It must mean "very very very funny" but if you have a real explanation to give me, I will be happy to learn something new

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    "Heck" is a common English 'word replacement' for "hell".

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    hell isnt really funny, so i can see how it would be confusing. I wonder where we got that from?

    I had a freind who did the self spray stuff and she was orange for a month or two, with all these streaks and stuff, and spots behind the knees etc.

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    Originally posted by IHSL
    "Heck" is a common English 'word replacement' for "hell".

    Simon
    thxs Simon
    But as jasong said, I really wonder were you get that from, cos' usually "hell" does not have a funne meaning.
    At least I learned a new thing

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    Originally posted by lubox.com
    thxs Simon
    But as jasong said, I really wonder were you get that from, cos' usually "hell" does not have a funne meaning.
    At least I learned a new thing

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    sounds interesting i dont like the idea of being orange though
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    I go mystic tanning and it's great.

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