Snow White's pale skin led her into a lot of trouble. Sure, she was called the fairest in the land by some magic mirror, but that led her into a whole lot of trouble, mixing with dwarves, evil stepmothers, and a poisoned apple. Don't take the chance of your own white skin getting you into the same sort of mishaps, so shake off the resemblance to Snow White's pasty skin and get yourself a bronzed glow; with today's deal at 50% off get a 10 minute solarium session from Glint, Hamra!
Why Go Brown?
Before the 20th century, tanned skin was associated with blue-collar workers; working outside as manual laborers turned the working class person's skin a deep shade of brown, while the upper class preferred to keep their skin a delicate shade of pale. However, that all changed in the 20th century when manual labor switched from the fields to indoor factories and pale skin was no longer a differentiator. Suddenly, tanning became vogue and Coco Chanel is named as the person who started the tanning craze: in the 1920s, she was seen stepping off a yacht with a deep suntan, saying she had stayed in the sun a bit too long. However, her status as a trendsetter soon propelled tanning to an "it" thing to do. Nowadays, tanning is done by all, and bronze skin is actually a sign of health...and good looks.
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