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"Moving on to a different topic that but one we have not discussed. I don't think no over on for over thirty five sunless tanner cousin. That was the tide. The subject of the email. This listener writes to us. I just came to the starting realization that there is a crucial part of skin care. We have not dove into yet. Sunless tanners exclamation point times three. I have more time than usual during the self isolation and since I won't be visiting a beach anytime soon. I'm wiping out the self tanners. For a little pep. I would love to hear some wrecks of easy to use an effective self tanners or an inhouse comparison tests. I've had good luck with tart tanner's but I am trying out I'll of paradise and will report back curious to hear what others are using out there. I'm curious to. I'm curious to because I don't use anything like this I don't either and actually I'm incorrect. I believe the title of this email. Referenced Bronze Irs and so it made me think about like what we may be putting on our sheikhs but that in our face but then I believe they're also talking about like all over Sunless Tanning. Yeah. I think they are now. Has Tanning ever been a thing for you later? Channing have you ever like bought the Juergens on okay back in the day. I mean. We're probably talking like DOTS. I feel like everyone was using that. Jergens sunless tanner. I would use it. I felt like it always looks sort of streaky on me So I I was never a huge sunless. Tanner person how about you. I also went through a phase of putting that jerk stuff all over my body but I have never gotten a spray Tan. I've always wanted to but I just have never gotten around to it. I don't even know where to begin to spray tans in my life one I got in the early to mid odds before a friend and I were going on a trip to Atlantic City when I lived in Philadelphia and I loved the Spray Tan like. I thought it was amazing and I was also like Oh. This is what it would be like to be. Tam like this. This is fun. Didn't get another one for probably ten years or so. And then when I was at buzzfeed someone else was doing in article about spray tans and they got like a spray tanner to the stars to come in and they asked if anyone wanted to get a spray tan and I volunteered and it looked so bad. It looks horrendous. Oh my it was way too dark. Okay I looked. I didn't look like myself like I felt like maybe over the years. I have now romanticize this original spray Tan but I felt like what was great about my original Spray Tan. Back in two thousand and four. Was that it. I still like looked like myself and this was just like what has happened. Look Tan mom remember Tan mom. Oh remember Tan mom. I'm like fully up on Tan. Mom what she doing now. I mean she's like releasing songs and occasionally appearing on the Howard Stern show it good for her? She's still so Tan. I believe she is. Okay but yes. I do remember Tan mom yet so that was my last experience and I was just like what no so. We didn't get a spray Tan. Like for your wedding. No I didn't okay. Okay I mean. I know a lot of people do that but I was just like nervous that it wasn't going to turn out well and then you're like stuck. This is my fear. This is why I have never done it and I. I also like for example. I used to wear the steel. Bronze are as like my blush. Even owned blush. That was just what I use it. I really liked it but now I get confused over the way. Bronze is USED TO CONTOUR Like I feel like I feel like the the way we use. Makeup is evolving. And I'm still in like two thousand and four and so I don't quite have a sense of what I would do with it. Like I did. Watch him Kardashians like basic makeup routine video and then I tried to emulate at home and it looked like I tried to make a three on my face with some bronze and looked very stupid. Like I don't St- I'm still not good at countering although maybe I should take Contra Zoom cloud. We didn't. We discussed that. We were going to learn how to contour during yes. I've watched this video and I was like this was like her own doing contour herself. So I thought I could at least figure it out as opposed to a makeup artist. I couldn't I had no idea what was happening. So there you go so anyway this is. This is a spot where we would love some listener feedback. Yeah we would love to tell us. What are you doing this? For Sunless Tanning are you doing? It is still a thing. What do you like? What don't you like tell us because I would. I am totally game to get a bunch of stuff and try it out for the sake of the pod I just. I'm not sure where to begin. So I'm ready okay. Great I'm ready to experiment okay. Story I think you've gotta read this this so I'm happy to I've been reflecting lately on the act of journaling and I think you two are the perfect people to reflect with me on this. When I was a child I used to try to keep a diary as documentation of my life growing up in the nineties with Nickelodeon. I was inspired by the movie. Harriet the spy and wanted to have the dedication that Michelle Trachtenberg character had with her writings however I was never very disciplined by. Diaries were sporadic. And I judge myself harshly for that in my mid twenties. I hit a rough patch in my life and my other wonderful sister. Hope Gifted me a journal to help me work through anxieties. Something clicked and I stopped writing for posterity or documentation. I started writing to get things out of my head. I stop worrying about continuity I would mention people places or events without preamble for my quote audience in fact I began my journals things that I would never even myself read again often because I assumed it would be too painful to revisit them. Journaling has been a great way for me to clear the junk out of my head now that we are in this unique time in history. And I'm expecting my first child that I should be. Writing for an audience has crept in again. I have the urge to think more of my writings as documentation that will be meaningful to someone else at some point. I'm definitely not a dance. Like no one is watching kind of person and this perspective is stifling. Dory I know you've been dabbling with generally more lately and since we're both writers. I'm so curious to hear what you think of on this question of audience for journaling. Do you write for no one like I prefer or for future you for your children or historians. I would love to hear from other listeners as well. Well well who do you? Who Do you write in your journal? Forgery? I think I write for future me I think I do too. I feel like writing for no one. I I kind of doing that. 'cause I'm not really thinking about the intended reader right but ultimately the intended reader is going to be future. Yeah hopeful and I say that as someone who still has kept journals pretty much through through college inconsistently but I have journals through college And I do enjoy a kate like not all the time but like occasionally I have gone back and looked through the journals and it like it is really wild to look through them and read them like re not just read about your your state of mind but like what you were doing and who you're hanging out with and I don't know I like I just find I find it really interesting but I also you know I like history and I like documents and so does obviously find interesting too. Yeah I you know when. My My parents gave me a journal the Christmas while I was living at home when my mom had pancreatic cancer and so I have a journal that kind of starts about three months before my mom died and it is really because that time in my life is so fraught and I don't remember anything from it. It is actually really moving to go back and read it and it's also very hard and miserable but it is really interesting to just see what my state of mind was during that time and I also have kept journals on and off my whole life. I mean I do think you do have to be prepared for if you are no longer around someone else reading it. You know like that is a reality that could happen.
"spray tan" Discussed on WNYC 93.9 FM
"And spray tan accidentally blanked she tanned up the word indeed it's under like that's exactly right Adam the woman was just looking for ways to pass the time during lockdown she applied the tanning lotion and then immediately put on a pair of leggings as you do but when the fake tan had said she discovered that she had a giant canali honor legs that spelled out the word adidas the woman says she's embarrassed but thankful she didn't put on the leggings that's a juicy on the bite bill how did Adam do on our quiz well animated seven ride for fourteen points you know has nineteen points and the lead great so that means how many does Peter need to win he needs seven all right Peter this is for the game fill in the blank on Thursday the White House announced that its rescue loan program for blanks was out of money small businesses right on Sunday Saudi Arabia Russia and the U. S. agreed to cut blank production by nine eight million barrels per day pickles no oil judge cancel the permit for the blank pipeline keystone yes keys on on Monday the liberal challenger for a state Supreme Court seat in blank was declared the winner of the election Wisconsin yes saying it's their contribution to the fight against corona virus a couple in Michigan blanked the Maidenhead side of ties are out of the moonshine in their shed they named their baby sanitizer on Wednesday apple unveiled the newest version of the black I phone yes on Tuesday Hank Steinbrenner one of the owners of the New York blank passed away at the age of sixty three the New York Yankees yes this week Amanda Michigan.
"spray tan" Discussed on With Whit
"Highly recommend just doing mask taking care of your hair. Not shampooing too often not drying it out all those things. Do I GET SPRAY TANS? I will get spray hands right before an event or right before filming this is a recent thing by the way because honestly about seven years ago. I got the worst spray Tan of my life. I will actually posted picture in order to promote this episode. I went to Vegas and was went to the scene concert. It was like a concert. Where beyond saying coldplay and Jay Z? U2 All these insane people are performing. Anyways I felt the need to get a spray Tan and I looked so crazy and dark that I didn't get a spray Tan again until probably year ago. I think sprite hands have come a long way. In seven years. People have perfected more of like a natural glow but yes I will just go and get like the airbrush organic spray Tan and they last for me for like a week but I love it. It makes me feel good. The only issue is the smell. Honestly I get like worse. Peo- when I get spray tans. Is Anybody feel me? I don't know it's maybe just my natural body odor mixing with the Spray Tan by. Maybe I mean that is exactly what it is but like the issue with spray tans is really just the odor so that's why. I don't get them as often as I would like but yeah my next question is an last question for beauty is my one essential cosmetic. This.
"spray tan" Discussed on The Here for Her Podcast
"Welcome back. Everyone welcome back to another Monday and not leaving. You're going on vacation tomorrow. I'm leaving tomorrow and I might just never come back and hand. You've got right now. I am so jelly went for Spray Tan. Looking good girl highbrow life. So let me tell you about that browse done. Oh yeah well yeah I did. I got my bras done head okay. So last week's which is perfect for vacation because I don't have to call her. The man that's coming lashes fill today. Got My nails out of what I told him. I was going to get my house done. He was like the other thing can possibly done to your face. Your Lips Your Boat. Docks your lashes. He's what day just need teeth. Whitening a little Jim that I told because they thought at first I was going to get laminated right and I didn't. That doesn't add color and I just felt like my my like. I don't have a lot of lashes like you have bomb lashes their stick in like nice and fluffy but I was her lashes. Oh Brow okay I got it okay. Lashes her brown all over the place so I told him I'm going to get my brows. Laminated he's like why he's like next next. We'll be options like hardwood and ceramic clash eyebrows. I'm like all should have talked to the guys about this on last week's episode because they would have so much to say actually. I'm going tomorrow to get brow shading. Oh Brow Shading Okay Lois. It's not yet it's like okay. Okay she calls it shading though Oh I think it might be like an airbrush tattoo. It is yeah that I might actually do that next. 'cause with eyebrows. It's like you gotta be careful. I'm so nervous because like imagine you come with spock browse or something. He a nightmare so thinking like I don't WanNa do micro waiting not ready to commit but I think the tattoo thing is a good idea. Although I don't know how this stuff works. I feel like it's still lasts a long time like two years or something. Oh so you've gotta be careful as girl. Her name is Leila Okay and she is phenomenal. She's out of Cambridge and her work is amazing. So I feel like I'm in the right hands. Yeah but I'm slightly nervous so my God. Yeah it's like the newest thing now right the the browse the laminate. It's high it's a high and there's a lot of people that are doing it locally too so it's amazing it's so good I love it. The girl I went to engulf and she actually did the birds. Papayas Lash lift so I didn't know that. Yeah I was actually so 'cause I posted in my feet I was like because I didn't know if going away on vacation like I didn't know about like the sign or the water. Whatever if if it was even possible to get them done before and she reached out she was grow. Come like I'll do them for you and whatever so I went and then I was watching her highlight today before and I saw that the bird supply was there and it was like so. Where is she out of her house and she actually told me that? She thinks she danced with you before. What's her name Michelle Michelle? I don't know her last name but you can look around anyways next but She just commented. On one of my. Did she hide even mall? Azo has met you remember that I am yeah. She's such a sweetheart she's such a darling. She did a wonderful job anyways. I'm going to see how these last over the vacation and I'll keep everyone updated but Anyway I was on my way so this morning was a fucking nightmare. Everything I did was backwards and sideways like I just. I was all over the place I had so much to do because the girl who did my spray Tan is actually taking care of our dog for the week so I had to plan this morning to have all of the dogs Shit Paktika Shit packed up and so I'm on my way and I did everything backwards so I usually trump Amelia off at school first and then em it and then go to work because it's closer to make sense. Well I dropped Aminov. I and Amelia last on the way to my spray. Tam. We're driving and bow. Our dog is from the front to the back from the League. He's freaking out because he probably doesn't know what the Hell's going on he hasn't been in a car and so long isn't he. Like blind deaf both or thinks he's going on at time. Somethings like front background. And he shit Frank Oliver Amelia's snow sue. Oh so I had to pull over and I'm rushing around because I have this appointment at nine. Am So I pulled over to the side of the road and in my car smells like a shit hot box. It was so disgusting. Amelia's like mom. She's grabbing the window. She's like because I have the job was so disgusting. And then he like. He ate everything in the car. So all the kids Crumlin stuff from the seeds I came back in the car was like spotless. I was like okay. That was the only benefit. So yeah that was. That was what my morning. Just a nightmare. You know like just chaos trying to get ready for vacation with kids and oh it's nuts. I mean we had our event the day before I went away. I totally forgotten. What the fuck what I've done. I can't believe I made you. Do that is totally fine. You'll be fine strep throat. Like such a fucking disaster okay. Pro Tip do not do not allow thrown event the day before you leave about eighty. Go bad for that. Because you asked me now to do that I'd be like no okay. We've got to think about the next here for her social we do. I was actually going to ask you about that because there was a girl that messaged me. Who's running an event locally as well? It's like some sort of a mom's night out event in March. I think it's like March. Twenty Eighth Mega. Yeah she used to do spray tans. She's an organic weird. Like we see each other every day but yeah we don't collaborate a talk on this stuff you think we know about what's going on in the world but yeah anyway so I was. I was going to talk to at that. Because she's having an event on the twenty eighth and It'd be nice if we kinda helped promote for her. And then maybe had our own event in April or May yes so we can talk about that offline because people people don't care about that she you care about that right now. I'm but I'm thinking. Yeah probably may by the time it may prevent so guy is. Give us your suggestions. Were starting to look for some incredible speakers. So if you have any suggestions on who you'd like to hear speak on venues on anything you think would be better this time or whatever the heads up. Yeah I just keep looking at your tents all right just. Are they pumping her my shirt? I'm wearing this like blouse versus it. Kind of is right now. I went to work in. It looks normal when I'm on. I'm like when you're standing up all day but it's little revealing right now. I need to fix myself. But it's just you. Yeah that's fine. We've seen my thousand times swinging boobs. I don't have a BRA right now. And they're so SAG. They hurt whether or not in a Bra. Like look how much they say. Ready normal not normal. Do they hurt? Because you breastfeed and you know they hurt because a huge and they're saying everybody saying it's okay. I'm okay with it. I'll just embrace the saginaw. Yeah that's part of the aging for the Spray Tan. Today she's like okay now left him up so I was like okay great. And she's like don't worry like ninety percent of women need to lift them up. It's all good and link so wait but if you if you touch them and lift them up don't you have like a handprint on your no. Because she just wants she hand sprays it right so she sprays underneath and then you drop them down and then she sprays so just like in that one second she just wants to get under their rate so yeah well that makes my underwear though because they didn't have shy chime chimes times. Shave Shave The things we do. I know things we do. I was going to go for Brazilian. Have you ever had a Brazilian by have? It's so painful so bad. You know what I was talking to nick yesterday. He gets his chest waxed and it was not sure how nick was going to come up with those guys know anyone. Kelly Clarkson talking about it and he's like okay so you know that freezing cream that you use if meat meal has to get bloodwork but I put it on my chest and I was like that is so smart but with your vagina. Most of it like if you did your bikini if you could just get like Not right there down in the whole part but it's medical it's like medical cream. Yeah I mean I'm see a problem with it. Yeah you didn't. You didn't get a Brazilian. No yeah probably not now. 'cause yeah too late also. I had a demo for my wedding. I've only ever had done once before. We went to Mexico for our wedding and he was fucking painful. It's horrible the worst pain you ever and I think I was getting my period or just got off my period and it was because they say not to do it around. Because you're more sensitive that idea and I it was weird because I started to get my period yesterday and I was like. Oh Shit that sucks and then I remember I was like Oh headed like two weeks ago and I remember saying like thank God I got it now because I won't have it when I'm on vacation but then it went away today so maybe it's just a little spotting maybe some weird ear pregnant hell now no possibility there any the signature for that. Oh what's one thing that you want? It's one thing about yourself that drives yourself crazy my forgetfulness with like losing little things slate leaving some putting something down forgetting that all the time all the water bottle all the coming times have grabbed your water bottle right and I have lost so many water bottles at spin. It's ridiculous like it needs to be attached. I need to have you know those glasses that you can wear with the attached little thing that goes around your head like in the old people were them. I need that for like every important thing in my life. Yeah I know you. Do you need one of those sensors. One of those like sticker. Says you can just pull at your phone okay. Where's this exactly but you know what I blame it on because I do stuff like that too but I blame it on my mind always operating and like what's next mode ray just rushing in like the high speed mode like all the rides to. Oh my God yeah what's yours. Mine is not bringing stuff out of my car or like. I know that the water bottle I put in the back seat is GonNa roll around when I turn in the car and I still do it anyway. Knowing that it's GonNa Piss me off. The next time I make a left hand turns going to roll from one side of the car to the other and rolling clinking in. The car can bonkers. I can't deal but yet I do it on purpose. It's like why do I self torture myself? I don't know I think because in the moment you're like I don't Wanna I don't WanNa deal with it. Yeah it was so gross. I don't know why this reminds me. I think I'm reminded of this because leaving food in the car and stuff Yesterday I was cleaning meals room and doing a really good deep clean and I went all the way under bed and noticed a lunch pail under there and she only uses it to play like doesn't stick food in it she just uses it to like hut fake food. Well guess what wasn't in a fucking moldy like I'm talking moldy to the extreme apple. It was like green and white and Siamese science experiment. I'm like Oh my tummy. I don't I didn't put that in there. Of course is your dog back. Oh my God yes oh slowly you know. Have you ever thrown out tupperware containers because you're too lazy to clean them? No but throw them out when they're like you know how they have that residue after a while the plastic one. I'll just throw them out then but no do you do you throw a tupperware. Because you're too late yeah clean it throughout the Washer. No I just can't stomach opening it up and smelling gross foods. See that's another thing all the food in there for too long and then not clean it and just throw them out. I know I'm such a horrible person. You're not a horrible person. You are a real person. I'm real that's people do this stuff all the yeah okay. Let's get into our wells. Good idea that was a long ramble. We had there I'll go first so I mean I feel like I could go on with wills this week because I've been preparing for vacation and just kind of getting all of my favorites together and I just feel like there's been so many things that and like I love you. So the first is Levian. Rose sent over a box of goodies learning. And when did you yes? I got to new bathing suits. And they're so they just fit so good because I'm like I'm big up here. Yup and so when try to find a bathing suit especially online I struggle because I'm like a smaller medium bottom and the top. I have to get larger extra-large sometimes but then the bands don't fit right. So it's like such a shit anything but with the Libyan rose suits they have the D. sizes usually beings small medium. Large extra large. Will they have this new or I think I think they had last year too? But it's a D. Cup size. You could get those for like bigger cup and they fit properly around the band so because I'm like a thirty six around so you and the way that they're designed you can make them looser tighter depending on your size so they just fit so perfectly they suck everything in the prince are cute. So what are the prince so I got an all white one?.
"spray tan" Discussed on The Bobby Bones Show
"Alaska. Welcome to Thursday. Show in about an hour. Garth Brooks will be by be hanging out in studio really looking forward to that. Let's see what happened with everybody here in the studio in our segment that we call what's to have a what's although. I did you know this Sunday but next Sunday spring forward. Yes Oh you did. That's what I said. The atheist spring forward. Yeah because this is the one I do not look forward to it all and I think about how when it comes around but I know some of it can be mental so I'm already mentally preparing myself like it's not going to affect me. It's not GonNa Affect me. It's not going to change me fine. Spend a Lotta time on this. Every year I get like oh so weird about it like I feel like my whole body changes and it's just possible. Wausau tweet about it about twenty minutes ago and I was like bringing this up to the show really affected me. None Emmys over here having a connection about ad. Well everybody knows not this Sunday but next Sunday it spring forward we move our clocks up an hour unless you're in Arizona shutout to everybody listens in Arizona. Shut you guys are living the same governor of Arkansas bullcrap stopping the clock. We're done cut out no more a amy. Now let's go okay so for years. I've had this rash on my stomach like it's a really bad. I'm pretty sure I probably talked about it. Like we're bombs. Nobody could figure it out and I normally get a spray tan or I put some sort of self tanner on myself at home and I stopped doing that like a month ago. I did nothing and I'm just doing this. Like just births B.'s. Unscented just regular old lotion. And so I'm very pale which is depressing but my rashes gone. So I'm kind of struggling because I really need a spray Tan next week for this event that I'm doing and I don't think I want to get it because I I don't the rash comeback some allergic to spray tans. Could you imagine bobby if you'RE ALLERGIC SPRAY TANS? What would you do? I don't want to be alive? This what's the point of feel now really I am too but body knows the feeling of how a straightening can turn your day around the feeling today. Love Spray Tan. I get them for worry. You look good but I get them. I will be fine. Never getting one makes me smell unless it's summertime my shirt off. I'm fine but under lights when I'm doing American idol. For example I look like a ghost so I don't think I love it as much as you do. I probably get more than you do. Whatever it does to me like I can. Mike do it right hand and wake up the next day in a whole new person linked day. This is such differ. Aren't coming over to you. Well guys. I've I've hurt my shoulder. I've injured it and I wasn't doing anything crazy. I guess just years and years of sleeping on my side. This finally like years and years older. My shoulder hurts man and I. I'm a side sleeper so I sleep I start every night on my right shoulder and then sometimes I switch or whatever but I guess. My rational just took a hit. Finally when I sleep by I go feed off with my arm over my head but my arm under the pillow. That's how I've been doing that. Forever like seventy percent of my sleep is fetal looking to the left with my arm under the pillow scooped around in the other twenty five percent on my back with my hand but my head to head for a while. My shoulders were hurting from his town tied into my body. You would yeah I would take internally strap my body because my shoulder killing me now. I just accepted life. Thirty nine forty all right. A here's the bobby bonds. Show podcast highlight segment of the day. I watch. Love is blind last night to the show on Netflix. I don't think I got in a but I heard so many people talking about it that I felt I needed to check it out and then my girlfriend was like we have to watch it together and I'm on episode three so also didn't WanNa start at episode. Three so begrudgingly I turned on. Love is blind last night blown away. At how one dumb it is and how too much I love it because usually in a show. That's an hour long. I'm big on time. I WANNA check every ten minutes to see where we are on the show. We're okay what can I expect with? The art travels with the time of the show and never stopped until forty seven minutes in. Wow Okay so love is blind. There was this girl and please listeners. Please people don't text me or tweet me spoilers. Because normally I won't talk about a show and I'm in the middle of it but I come to you and say I'm GonNa talk about this from a hard but don't text me spoilers thank you. There's this one guy who was a mechanic. I tweeted just started. Love is blind. The Tang mechanical wants to me walk in front of a tank. She's like I know I'm cute. I know she's just so much just too much. I'm talking about. Yes she's like she also says because she is pretty and then choose smart and was yeah. We'll get him. Wow you have the brains to before I realized military's what does she like neurosurgeon. Why are you saying the there is a These dudes go into the room. What what happens is they're the they call them pods and you walk into a pod like pod. Three in a girl walks in a pod. Three and you talk but you never see each other and you have these hour long conversations and dates. You can have a drink lay on the couch but not so you never see each other and they start falling in love or so. They say they're like Oh my darling in love. My thing is strategically speaking. These dudes would go back into the main room and go. I'm really fallen in love with Caroline and I'm like why would you say that Lyon say somebody you don't like it made people go after her because don't like a guy. I was thinking this the guy mentality wants one guy says he's into this one girl. I think I feel like it would make the other guys be like. Oh Yeah Yeah Bachelor and Bachelorette. Those shows are both based on competition competitiveness. The first episode people and talking about five dates in people going. I love you to each other crazy. They haven't even seen each other each other's instagram's yet yet they're going. I love you. That's happening and I have done a reality competition show. If you're new to this show. I did in one dancing with the stars two seasons ago so I often. These people are stupid on these shows but it really does become all that you're surrounded by you. Do become enveloped in this. My whole world is what's around me because it's all you're doing all the time and I'm sure they're spending fourteen hours doing these days today. It's all the people around you were doing at the time so it is a bit more intense. Now that being said I still think it's bizarre that they're crying in saying they love each other. One of these guys is a scientist and he does artificial intelligence smart guy and he's I love you emotionally. He's getting very vulnerable. So bobby you're in a relationship now but when I was watching this I was like. Oh involve a single. I would want him to be on this show so I would dominate that show because girls look at me. They don't fall in love if I have time to sit because I care about what people think and say and I'm funny headed developed these skills because I wasn't ugly kid because I was a poor kid. I will be good on this show. All at thrive. What have we didn't have is. I'd be the hottest guy in the world that we didn't have is heavy. Great Wow I would go on the show with no intention of getting married just to take naps in the pods. Oh I'd be like ooh boy. All right we'll see you guys in our on episode. Two a couple got into a fight. Oh alright with each other. They had never seen it was up to the pods. We haven't seen you do this. And they get into a fight and I'm like oh just walk out of the pod. Never see them again except you've never seen them to begin with it is. It's it's nutty what I was thinking about. Amy Was Nick and Vanessa. They walk in the first episode. And you never see them again. The first episode okay. That's why I didn't see them. They never come back the second episode. But where are they? What do they do? Okay they have to have. Maybe their hosts. There's room for them later somewhere. Apparently but there wasn't engagement on the first episode to get engaged. And then you don't see each other until it's the engagement and they open up the doors. Here's what I find. Not as fulfilling is that pretty much. Everyone on the show is about the same looking. They're all they're all good look. They're all pretty good looking. There's some really pretty girls and some do Physi- guys do 'cause you guys are okay because girls can find the good in garage so these are all people that would probably be first. Round rejects. Maybe second round rejects on the bachelor not super high but good enough looking to be on the show. So I wish they'd put in some supermodels and I wish they would just put it when people who just felt like they weren't physically attractive at all and and we'd get like you know Victoria Beckham match with Me Right. And you have to watch her. Be So disappointed so I I wish there was an element of that but it is interesting because he ever one white dude never dated July girl in her with her. She never had a white dude and they didn't know and opened the door and there were like what did you like. How about that one guy? One guy so with one girl. That was talking this guy. He's like are you black like right away. Talk like a black girl and she marks off media. I'm not gonNA date you again. One girl. Her name is diamond and the guy goes into goes stripper name and he was just being funny but she was like write it off anyway. It's called Love Blind. You can ask whatever you want on a date with them or you can say describe yourself. What are you look like well? I was talking to Caitlyn last night and I said hey because I think the her and I would match in these rooms. I think as we personality was yes. Great to start playing this game with his girlfriend will stay in that room. I feel like she has already given a few points away on the looks. I feel like and I told her that. I don't think she would fall for me if we just saw each other. I think she's super high. If you listen to me talking to you know what my I don't put a lot of value in my physical looks But I think that because our sensibilities are the same like how we live our lives. We're also we also group around each other she's from Tulsa from Arkansas. So there's something to understanding how we grew up. She's funny. She loves sports like a lot of that. The main stuff. Our values are very similar. I think that we would hit it off in the room. I think I'd have a better shot honestly in the rooms with her than I did. In real life the lottery with that part so But Yeah we did that. Apparently the delays comeback on March fifth when they host the reunion special. All they never come back. That's kind of hosting job. I need show up where I go in one. I'm deemed the host and don't go back until the fanatic is everywhere you go is. Hey Me and a and your name is out there. That's my job. Yeah that's my job. That's my dream dream job But I'm watching it. I'm into it. People are getting engaged. Then there's one one show at the end where they decide they get married some. Don't want them the white guy in the girl. They go back to her town. I saw on a preview enter. Dad's dated a black girl and he's dopey like me and he's like And then they cut away from the good tease. Love is blind on Netflix. And I don't even watch the bachelor so this is a really my type of show but I can see why people like these shows but I only have one of them in. This is the one.
Getting Glammed Up For The iHeartRadio Podcast Awards
"Going to chat a little bit of top here on this episode about our experiences at the iheartradio podcast awards. Oh yes because we got clammed up we sure did we shared it and we're going to break down our Glam because we were nominated we were nominated for best fashion and beauty. PODCAST and spoiler. We won we won an an award. We won an award. I mean not to to my own horn but Tutu to say smash that Horn Button Dory because it was very very cool to win an award. It was cool and before we won I was sort of like whatever and then we won and I was like this is the coolest thing ever. We also didn't the plan on winning so when they announced games we'd just laughed. We did we really. And we did not have any nothing to say. But we were nominated alongside such awesome. Awesome podcasts yeah and fat Mascara naked beauty dressed the history of fashion and the cut on Tuesdays. Look at you and we beat them all it. Just kidding I mean look it was great to meet so many people just be around other pods around other podcasters. See Gavin to grow perfor- Kevin Durant perform was. He was very still. He's still got lucky. Still got it and it was cool just being like getting to meet the people who made the Elizabeth homes theranos dropout podcast for your cool. They were cool. We just got to chat with people. It was neat. Yeah it was like seeing all your favorite podcast people. Irl The guy who does lower was lurking around everywhere share. Was He presented an Award Conan. O'Brien Conan there. He didn't stay for the after party though he didn't Nora mcnerney our favorite successors were Stanton won an award. Anyway that was very cool and during I don't normally glam without. We would discuss that up top on this episode and we should say this is a guest free episode. Yes we're trying out ESTA just us for better or for worse. You're stuck with us today. We're trying something new where we just have occasional episodes where it's just too we can make if we attorney okay. Okay so airbrushed my life you. Did you know when I went into your bedroom to change. Noticed it on your nightstand and I was like. Ah He airbrushed her leg. Okay so I've never had a spray Tan I've always wanted to get one and it just feels like a lot of work work and so I've never done it. Yeah and then. The thought crossed my mind because I was wearing a short dress without stockings. And then I was like. I don't have the energy or the time or the money and one of my kids was sick last week and involved like a trip to the emergency room and it was a whole spiel so instead I went to Ulta and I purchased Sally. Sally Hansen Airbrush Legs Lotion. Okay and I just rub it on. So it's not a self tanner it kind. I don't know what what it is. Is it basically like tinted moisturizer for your legs. Yes but it also like smooth them out in a way that felt very creepy but also wonderful laming in your legs look great they looked. I have you know. I'm pretty pasty. I bruise easily. Same you know and look no shame and loving ourselves as we they are but for this event I wanted airbrushed legs so look for like eight bucks. Yeah it was. It was Kinda fun purchase. I would definitely use it again. Was it something that you went to Ulta to get. Did you know you're going to get them or you just saw and you're like oh no sounds like a good idea. I went because I knew because a woman I worked with WHO used to work in television news once told me about it and she was like always used the Sally Hansen airbrush legs spray. I got the lotion and the spray. And they went with the lotion. Okay but I also went to Ulta to get press on nails. Yes your nails looked amazing because I wanted to try press on nails because there's been a lot of changes in the world of press on nails. Since we were children there have been there have been advances. PRESA nails are very good now. They stay on and so I bought myself some dashing diva diva press on nails. They looked amazing. Like I kind I kind of I was like oh I should have just done this because I didn't have time to get a manicure. Didn't even think about it exactly way. I could have bought you some. Although they were like they were like wiped out at the alte I went to which makes me think. Yes all the iheartradio podcast award award nominee westwards press on now CONAN there. I just think it's a thing people are doing now. Yes the like technology. The adhesive technology is it's much better than it was back when we were young INS. I was just noticing. You're not wearing them anymore. No I took them off. Because the following morning I had to participate in like a garden build older my children and how were they to remove pretty easy actually just yeah and so you know for me I have very short nails are very thin. Nails nails I've gotten very into powder dip but that kind of did a number on my nails the that broke and mail. Yes which listener recently asked just how that is it healed itself. Oh good good good grew out but anyway that was the other thing I did press on nails love that was like a new new beauty adventure. Really Fun Yeah. L. Shaved for the first time in like two months. Okay I put. I'd used wander beauties baggage claim. I'm asks before I did my makeup I should say I didn't do you make up during I hired Glam squad. We sure didn't really went for it. We did we should tell everyone I did not WanNa get Glam squad dory was like no. It wasn't going to bring it up and since you're bringing what let's just do our own hair and makeup in. You're very persistent. Well you know what it was. We recently had photos taken and I did my own hair and makeup and I thought I looked fine. I thought I looked good. And then we got the photos back and I was like I guess they did my makeup for like irl life and not not Hitler and not not like photographing life. Yeah and it's different. It's different and it was like you know what this thing is a red carpet. I've never walked red carpet before and our award is getting handed out on the red carpet which they informed us like four days ahead of time. And what if I'm going to be photographed by at least I wanNA feel like I look my best. We are also in the fashion and beauty cat and we were in fashioned beauty category. So I felt like if I showed up with like I don't know bad hair crappy. Makeup people will be like what so I said this in. Kate was sort of like. I don't think so. I don't think we need it. I don't think I'm going to do it and then you came around. I think you saw one of the other nominees getting prepped. Yeah and they looked amazing and I was like what am I thinking. Yeah and then thankfully. I'm glad we did because we got our pictures taken. Yeah we did. It has never happened to me in my life and you know I felt like we looked good. Someone we got our hair done and like actually did my hair and you have like a hairstyle like you were like. This is how I want. I want my hair to look. I know it was exciting. I had a whole theme yet. Had A cat I for the first time great. I felt comfortable and confident. You look MoD. That's what I was kind of going for laud goes into it I also want to say that I wore a spanks body suit which I don't mind body whereabout shape wear. I realize that's this may be controversial but actually Kinda like it. I wore the formerly pregnant. Persons version of shape wear which is huge maternity underwear. Where which sounds very comfortable? It's like super comfortable space and it goes up. Goes all the way up. Didn't you tell me that you would like thought about wearing some sort of like like bodysuit and then you're like fuck this well okay. So I wore address from a brand called Farm Rio which learned about on busy Phillips Instagram. Busy rocks that the farmer they make really beautiful dresses like amazing prints and they had a black Friday sale and so I bought a couple of dresses. The dresses are low. Cut and one of them has an open back so from Rio also sells these body suits that you can wear under the dresses interesting so I bought a couple bodysuits. 'CAUSE I was like I'm not really like a super low cut dress person but then when I was trying on the dress which is like it was like a Kaftan style dress very low cut uniform. Thank you I put on a third love BRA that I hadn't worn since before I got pregnant but it sort sort of fits again and it's a very pretty fuchsia Bra. That kind of went with my dress and it was like peeking out not I wasn't like fully exposed does but it was kind of peeking out and I was like you know what I look good. I'm GONNA wear this without the body. Suit it also had an open back so you could like see my brow which like I historically would never do but I was like who cares and then we were walking in. There was a real housewife walking in front of us. It was STOSKOPF from vendor pumper. I think it was actually I. I think it was Aaron. What's her face went and looked up starseed's outfit and confirmed Nazi? Okay Yeah I was because I I thought I see then I thought it was the other one. Okay now. You're saying it was I looked. I like old. STODGY podcast. She was wearing. I mean to be fair. She's wearing a jeweled exposed bra. It was cool though but she was wearing an exposed for. Yeah and and then I googled. Like broad jewelry. Yeah couldn't find one if anyone has the Intel on Bras I bet she just bought a bejeweled brought like I bet that she bought it is I bet she bought a Bra. That is meant to be exposed. I liked that I thought that was kind of a cool way to like sexy up. Your Bra Strap Straw. Yeah so she did look great So yes so. I wore that dress which was like totally outside my comfort zone but I felt great and I were shoes that I bought when my book came out so that was two and a half years ago. I've hardly worn since they're like these beautiful hot pink mules these like kind of I dunno flower looking things on them. I'm not describing them very well but I got to where those and I felt good and so that was really fun. I also felt really good. I rented address from rent the runway. Yeah and I wore shoes news that I have worn like once that I've always want excuse to wear and I also felt good and I was. I went a little out of my comfort zone getting my hair kind of done up. I've been doing my eye makeup differently and it felt really fun which I think is when we talk about like beauty and beauty culture and all all the stuff like the point of any of it for me I hope is to have fun. Yes like to express full which is one of your words your yeah and that was. I felt that the whole night like I felt like we were ourselves. And we're comfortable. I don't know about you but I felt confident totally I also felt like true to myself and my style. Yes I feel the exact same really cool and also reminded me that like I'm rarely in a position anymore where I have to get dressed up for anything and that sometimes it's really fun to get dressed up.
You CAN Build the Butt You Want and She Has the Secret
"We have a but that is going to make you is go bananas Most beautiful woman who has earned earned every ounce of that. Booty Hilary. Loftus is a trainer at lift tonic. You've heard me talk about it. We've had redone on the owner of the gym. I love this and you know what if you are thinking that you can't get the ass that you want in two thousand twenty. Let me tell you just take a look at this. I Hillary. I just can't even with you. You look phenomenal Ryan before you signed on. Hillary was just saying that she got a spray Tan. So Ryan loves spray TANS. Yeah I mean I feel like it's very tan fixes like most of my problems. You know feeling really sad about things too. And I'm like you know things are not that bad. It is addicting. And it's definitely mood altering I I agree with you. One Hundred Percents Hillary. I'm so excited to have you on You know I love I love love. Love your classes at lift Hanoch One of the things that I love is your so positive and when admit it was like about a year ago I signed onto your instagram right. I'd started taking classes and I was so amazed by how number one number one how banging your body as can we just like a can we but also how how body positive you are and You we are really interesting story. You started in fashion before fitness. Can you tell us about that Yeah I went to a fashion design high school and then the natural progression was just to go to fit And then I did a bachelor's. It didn't love working in fashion I think it's when you're younger and you start doing fashion. You have this idealized version of what you think. The fashion industry is and then you get there and you're like yeah that's not it at all. I got into interior design And I loved it but like I can't handle sitting at a desk all day And I just knew that wasn't for my personality And then so I was like all I will try real estate because it's not like a hip hop skip and a jump from interior design. China you can feed your own apartments while that But you know it's just like some people can do that some people can't and it's like I didn't love it either and eh time. I started really weightlifting And then that became the highlight of my day and I kind of accidentally fell into it. I just if if you don't mind I wanNA share some of these instagram. And if you're listening to US right now it's worth it to go over and check this out. I'm first of all. This is lift tonic. This is where I met. Were you are one of the instructors. But get ready folks. Because y'all I mean you law Oh and I'm just GONNA get right to it. I will show you the picture that I was like. I mean. Can we just for doc girls angles lighting. I'm telling you but I mean yeah no I mean honestly it should everyday you gotta work at so an excuse me for saying this. Your ass is incredible and it looks one hundred percents real and it is you look strong and I love this representation of beauty because unsexy. This is my favorite. Because you look so healthy and you look I i. I'm sure you do to maintain to maintain that You have to. Yeah but I mean can I not to sound cheesy but you're wasting snatched the tiniest little waste of I. I think people would be very surprised at how much smaller their waste can get If they just eat differently Yeah Yeah I mean yeah. I stayed in entirely huge role in. How big your weight like most of the time? If you feel like it's your waistline that is the issue but that is where most tissue live that is all diet like lately ruin through Diet and now I do remember there was a post and I am not gonNa dig through them. We'll leave this one up here. We're you mentioned that. And this is what I love about your body positively. You mentioned that you were weightwise some of the heaviest that you'd been win but yet twenty four inch waist. And that's what I want to really focus on today. You know you you you really spread this message of like you eat you out. Well you know tell us what. What is your philosophy on on lifting weights Okay so let's a little preface so when I ms in fashion design I started going to college I was like about a hundred pounds right And I'm five five So when I was the heaviest I was as you know and I had a tiny ways and I would think that pretty much across the board like I feel like most people would say that I looked healthier and happier on heavier weight. Had different dimensions. Completely I was a hundred and thirty eight hundred dollars. One hundred and forty pounds. That's kind of a big like thirty eight pounds of muscle and fat. I mean you have to have both But I theory behind weightlifting. Is You gotta be consistent about and that is with anything with Diet and with your working out. 'cause I mean I'm sure if you're watching probably read that somewhere But it really in fact like if you are consistent about something show up for yourself make time And it's not just about thinking that one class it's nice like give you that that body Like if you look at me and you're like wow. Her body is great. You know it's not just coming to class twice a week and thinking that that's going to do the job because you know you really have to spend that time focusing on your food as well you know and that takes time and like planning on us. They've got the hardest part. So how many days a week are you in the gym. While I I work at one almost every day but I would say I way chain five days a week. Yeah how an a percentage ratio right. So if you were to say would you say it's seventy percent diet thirty thirty percent exercise or would you say it's twenty percent exercise eighty percent diet. Yeah totally I think that Diet. Save an disgusting disgusting roll like no one wants to hear it. It's like people work out so that they can eat more. I do eat more but you have to kind of like hit strict about how much more food you're eating like I can. I can eat a lot of Sushi. Cheap meals are insane So Caen most grown men under the table but you're also working out incredibly in your lifting really heavy and I on personal trainer her. I'm standing on my feet all day. I'm running back and forth from classes and studio I train at So it's just I'm I'm very active like all day
"spray tan" Discussed on Off The Vine with Kaitlyn Bristowe
"Listening APPs so you don't don't miss a single episode now back off the great there okay. So I was dying laughing today. I This slams. I hope this Peter Pilot lands. You know this 'cause this was so funny that we were crying laughing. I don't think people will understand. Just how funny it was. I just need to tell you guys because I want to talk about Okay so we're driving home. We ve done a whole bunch of errands. We're getting ready for tomorrow. We're we're doing something exciting because we'll have to wait and see and and then came the weight. I need to get a podcast to get us. Spread three Jan.. They're a very important things in my life. The podcasts and podcasts Freetown especially when we're GONNA be doing what we're doing tomorrow AM I. Yes absolutely. I'm on board. This is priority and so as it. Why don't I drop you off at the Spray Tan? Plays Algo rentable errands. That were under list of do's and they'll come pick you up and then we'll go home and make dinner. She's like Nana sh first of all I was like. I ain't going to no fancy first of all Anastacia China in Nashville. If anybody's listening needs spray templates in Nashville it is the bomb anesthesia's amazing. She does by eyebrows and lashes. When I'm in Nashville Asheville and why spray tans but I was like I'm not going to know anesthesia like let's make it look good? I was like we going to Suntan city. Yeah Suntan city down to a t in and out in out. Yeah she's like Keelan beans. Means your calculator. I leave my house at six minutes from my house. I go in giving spree ten and then what do you do. I can't even explain it. I go in so it's six minutes from my house to this place I go in. I'm in my smashing tests. One a one piece romper just a black rump or that I can easily go in and out of no undies. No no Bra I go in I say. Hey this is my name. They're like do you have a Jehovah's Cancun nor fingerprint I put my fingerprint on. They say keeping Ed thirteen is ready for you bed spray Tan booth. Whatever I go in? I'm like undress as fast like I almost time myself. I've a little uh-huh game with myself. How fast I could I get in? Put the hair net on and press the button. And I'm like Shh. Shh these right sh facelift. Sh- face back for your final session. Sh now when it's doing the air dry I. I'm efficient where I go and get the towel and pump out a bunch of paper towels. Bring it back into the booth starts. Airdrie me I'm already wiping my hands and fingers from the block. You're telling your evenly brilliant earth thought about doing this you gotta added Wipe The blocking cream off your fingernails and all that stuff. I'm wiping off. All the air is going on then. I just pop back on my onesie and run out the door and I'm always he's like and now I've got six minutes to get home and then I gotTa do this so I'm thinking you're like wow this is amazing. I'm only GONNA have to wait ten minutes if in my head I was. I was like no not at ten six. Do Yeah two minutes two minutes and then it was like okay okay. Fine and then. They won't run the earns. I'll just wait for you win. Then we'll head home and we'll make dinner and we'll do the tomorrow so we park okay. Yeah getting pumped here. We're going to get get us in. Yeah I'm GONNA time it. Yeah I was like Kay we got this right now. I promise I won't said determined to go and then I'm going to record recording going in and coming back and then we'll know how long it took you to go in so I'm getting ready Caitlyn's like hey go a. k.. Let's go so I'd take my phone and recording her going into the tanning place and all the sudden I notice what is going going on there. There's like she jumps up. And there's this little flap like just like a Thong Thong and WHO's coming out of my jacket zooming in and and I started breaking down into tears laughing so hard so beans had been wearing. This body bodysuit snapped at the CROTCH WJR and it had it had broken earlier and so her it was just hanging out and she was still confidence. You Walk Sane Fan and she's like I'm here for the Spray Tan. I'm thinking she's going to go in and be like I'm going to bid thirteen finger like already out. Ready for the like fingerprint. Let me tell you watching from this car of a sudden like billy. What hands reform? She's there for ten minutes filling out a form waiting. What is going on over here on the business taking so long already ten minutes? And then there's some blondie behind me here with her camera up. I'm like look at this girl teeth. Figured she's taking sneaky pictures Kayla Bristow in the tanning salon. And you left your phone in the car and I was texting you being like. You're thongs out but she I didn't see her own was in the car. In Tokyo Thong Bodysuit Thong like like at actual legit Thong bodies. The Thong part was hanging out now. Here's what I did. Tell you Cleo I mean you know being a girl you get some some juices doc like you know when you like. Don't don't wear underwear your granddaughter. Now he was but I maybe didn't wash the bodysuit and Matra was underway so so there there is a little leg hanging down. Do you think we could see I. Don't know ask the girl. Oh who took the picture. I hope. She's a vinyl and she has a photo if you are a vinyl listener please poses picture if you live in Nashville or you know someone that does that goes to Suntan city ready for great spray tans and happened to see me signing stupid paperwork to say that it's twenty minutes new decade and I can't I can't I don't know what their new rules are. I just signed the papers smart. Yeah and you and you saw me and took pictures. Please post them tag me. Yes yes because I don't even know do it Ricans event. No all anyone anyone. That's funny okay. This is a thirty thirty second commercial. That's it and I'm going to throw a lot of numbers at you..
Self-Tanning & Self-Love With Jules Von Hep
"I am Gills on Hap- I I'm renowned global spray town artist county. Believe doesn't even a jump title I basically spend my life looking at the China's Nipples I'm dope by my clients. And they leave me feeling incredible and probably better than they did a nice job. I founded the Hunting Company the eye of paradise which is essentially my whole career in a bottle. I'm it combines. Collaborative makeup with South Town at and I'm I'm all about natural healthy looking skin. I think Tanning House lend so far into dryness orange tones that do I have to wait ages to my skin too dry. Is it GONNA look fake. Is it GONNA lie. I'm that was just never will. I was a bow and all about looking like yourself. But it's about how you feel when you look in the mirror. Defeat Amazing guy out that it'd be a kind past make good pass said and just be happy. Tanning is a huge part of your life. Obviously now you have of your own business around it. What were you doing before you got into this line of work so I started my career. Why studied fashion at university? It was accost that literally changed my life oboe. Scores like really posh on everyone went to do law or medicine and I just did not fit in. I decided my the university calls by flipping a coin it landed on heads and so instead of doing interior design and fashion studied for three years and had an intense shape in fashion PR agency. I'd say I liked it but I didn't. I wasn't about the people fashion is I like to look at it but to be in a is quite quite different I met a faceless Nikola colledge office and she said to me. I think it'd be really good at spray tanning and I was like no. I don't know like I'm not sure let's park now. Come back to it. I flipped cleaning. Gada move to Australia. I worked for vogue as a beauty assistant in Australia. Loves beauty was no about aditorial and there was just something about being in an face. I'm being a desk that it was quite soul destroying at the time. I thought that is what everyone's career is supposed to be. And nobody. I had never had career advice of. You don't have to work in an office and you have to wear a suit to work. And I just didn't know that these other careers existed so came back to the UK. So Nick Lurgan and she said you know. Let me try new timing so I tried to tanning I trained in like facial massage and then I did a course in makeup and I just loved it. I loved the fact that it wasn't a bow. There was no obvious louder. There was no structure. Which I'm I'm very good? I have the most creative brain. I'm an every single day I would make people feel good. I'd go into you saw here. I just walk in. I don't care it's my. That's my job. I walk in people's houses and I have to make myself really comfortable very quickly and I have to make them comfortable with may actually it transpired that being a spray tunnel isn't just about painting fans as it were. It's everything else that comes with it. And it's almost like being a life coach and confidence boost And and you're almost your kinds cheerleader. Your when they're naked and you're you are amazing you this and you have to be a certain type of person to say. Oh you know. I'm training assistance at the moment. And I'm trying to teach them in the art of giving and Ajay and it's not just about the spray time that is secondary to what we do. They say I then Mike kind of break as it were. I was tanning. I'm just hunting grantham clients in this one Client was a makeup artist and she said to me she was like you know you really good at Tommy Bailey. Am I know I have no comparison and she said look look. I'm the head make parts. It's on the x factor. Do you want to do the spray tons. I had been touting for six months and I was like okay. This is a window opening to me and then and from that I got poached onto dancing with the stars in the UK. That show was known for bad orangutan's that's all the headlines written about. It's like everyone everyone who went on it. They were like. Oh I'm going to have spare time orange and I just thought I'm going to change this. I'm GONNA flip this about. Why is this show known for time? It shouldn't be about about that. People forget that the best time should look real. You should look like you've been on holiday not like you've been involved bottle of time. So I really carved entertains changed the way that people thought about town on that show and I did it for three years and by the end of it no one was writing about the timeless and my clients. They all call me like the Secret Tana because I I'm not really contradicts myself. I'm not a big mouth when it comes to Korea but I it's it's not about me. It's about them so I'm not gonna it do outrageous things. I just want them to look their best and gone the red carpet and feel amazing with glory. Skin it's not it's not about looking
"spray tan" Discussed on Just a Tip with Megan Batoon
"Like outside of the relationship that that really does keep it exciting. You don't feel like I don't feel like my every move like like his. Happiness relies on my every codependent on each. Yeah and that's exciting because then it's like when you do connect it's great and genuine and you're with each other because you want to be with each other because you need to be with each other dot makes a huge difference 'cause if you need somebody it's definitely unbalanced marriage gets really boring. Like don't don't get me wrong. I don't want everybody to go into a marriage being like. It's going to be like this for her. I mean the it's like your best friend. You go in waves like I've I had the same best friend since I was twelve years old and sometimes we can go away on a trip together and it's like fireworks like it's like the greatest time ever and then sometimes you'll have a lunch date and we have nothing thing to say to each other. It's fine it's just the reality of being independent like individuals right fascinating okay. I feel really good about this taking notes and asking for the Audio Mike a someone who loves you okay. That's pretty much it. I mean I thought it but that's the that should be the basis awesome. Okay I feel great. The last section before we wrap up is called tip jar it is a segment where people send in one word or one the two words of a suggestion and we have to give advice but only in three words. Oh love it so yeah you only three words to tell somebody what to do or any any sort of wisdom okay. So the first one is spilling. T- what is your tip on spilling tea in only three words. Careful that's yea stains good. Oh my God Becca I literally say careful it stay. Oh that's great. Yeah I was trying trying to say that sentiment but couldn't think of the words I know it was like be careful who think each take three. Be careful use you say or who is listening who you telling. I love that we all went for the same one. Okay a tip on red carpets through were only red carpets Dobbin don't do oh man was God. CBD Pen before uh-huh Eighty shots best red carpet was I was wasted. Could barely see straight. There's no way you'd enjoy it if you weren't kind of all. Those photos looked amazing like to the point where my manager message me later. That night he was like. Oh my God this is incredible and obviously can't hurt Taming Hammer. Three words only of side-hustle. Wait what side hustle size is the suggestion so three words. Only what is our tip tip on side hustles baby steps please. Cue People get ahead of ourselves and invest too much money at and you you end up tripping over themselves screwing themselves over by moving too fast. Yeah but this is. That's a good one. I've wasted a lot of money by doing that. I go full all in is probably my areas tendencies as but I'm like do this and then I do life. Savings is now in their all in all the time. Okay side hustles. You got something. No I think that's good. That would be my advice. Same same the last one is confidence. Just confidence no one's perfect. Oh that's really good. That is a good one. I'M GONNA say Naked Mirror dance dance. Wow that does not make me feel will no I think okay. Here's anything I got. I got one. Okay get Spray Tan. Oh yeah ah throughout your eyebrows is another one no what will. I don't have eyebrows threatening. Your House makes me feel like on top of the world. That's so fun. Every girl has like what that thing. What's yours usually manny patty? I'm like wow my shit together if I want to take it to the next level Bikini Bikini wax on top of the world I feel like a seal often we the last one. Oh here's the thing about naked Mir dancing is is. This is the last thing I'll say is I read somewhere that if you're having trouble losing weight it could be because you're reading into like how you feel about your body and you're telling having your body negative things it's like when you say nice things to a plant and the plant grows into messages and water. There is a book about that. Oh Yeah Yeah. It's it's the same thing if you tell yourself in your sexy and like not overweight and beautiful then you'll feel it and you can like search shedding the pounds. It's like some like neuro blocks quarter. Something fucked up happens to me when when I'm feeling good I'm like yeah so hot. Bird eight that fried chicken and then I look in the mirror like Oh my God. I feel so good drinking a bottle of wine tonight to celebrate. Yeah Yeah Oh that's so me okay. Before we wrap up one last question for you to what is one piece of advice you would tell your younger self. You can pick any age to tell yourself something I would tell myself to stop chasing sing. Boys took up all my time I would say I would probably tell myself to. Oh life is long and I don't have to achieve everything right away That's really good too. Yeah and also not to identify defy with my success. I think that there's a huge part of us. That really really does that. And I wish I'd spent more time just like becoming secure in me as a person as opposed to like what I was doing. ABOR Subaru tweet. Yeah Echo for eternity toss up. Yes thank you guys so much easier to find you on the Internet. Of course the lady gang podcasts. Is you can find it anywhere podcasts. Profound and the Lady Gang on Instagram at Jack Vanik and at Beca. Don't she doesn't have social media. You can actually follow through. Feel free to troll her on her fake Hashtag volunteer. The cats was like no. You haven't view of the situation or burning concern. Call us at eight. Oh five seven five one nine seven seven one. You give us your age and we'll give you the best we can on the day that we're here see you next week on. That was a hate gum podcast..
Trump Thinks He Owns America
"The J. Trump has shaken Washington to its core by refusing to recognize the power of Congress go to impeach him which is amazing because they were like we're subpoenaing and he was like no I don't Care Donald Trump has the confidence of a white woman pulled over by the cops it's like Ma'am Annita licensed like well I need to see you get Outta my face and give me your badge number Mr the question is why does the president think he can get away with this wealth more perspective silence of man who gets away with things all the time Neal Brennan everybody everyone's perplex why doesn't trump's respect any of America's institutions I'll tell you why buddy because trump doesn't think he got elected trump thinks he bought America and now whole country is just some business loans twenty he doesn't understand all these investigations imagine if you bought a quiz knows then a week later you find out your being each by the guy who spreads the mayonnaise come on Neil trump is extreme but there's no way he thinks you can buy a country dude he tried to buy greenland eight weeks ago and it wasn't even for sale just so out of his mind that he looks at the globe the way the rest of US look at Zillow I'm telling you trump doesn't think he he works for America he thinks he owns it listen to how he talks by generals and my military economy is phenomenal and I told my guys at all I know is I wanNA put my miners back to work for my farmers I love by farmers I look at my African American over here the last president to say look at my African American was Thomas Jefferson on a date okay so so so trump thinks he bought America and that explains all of his behavior now you're getting it my Africa African Trevor Trump things everyone in the country works for him it's why he's sending his attorney general around the world to focus on his personal vendettas trump thinks the attorney general is generally his attorney I bet when trump met the secretary of transportation he was like great so you're the guy who calls my overs okay but that doesn't explain why trump ignores the Pentagon's advice on like Turkey and Syria it completely explains it from trump's point of view it's like why is my military in Syria I'm not in Syria I'm in America and that's where he wants the military in America doing two things having big beautiful parades and blocking Mexicans at the order like a camouflage door so this is how trump sees everything Yemen it's why he hates the press so much he's like why is the White House press corps talking Shit about the White House to him it's a betrayal it would be like if you hired a DJ for your getting and when you and your wife came in he was like Chris and Jennifer probably not gonNA make it eighteen months tops Neil so sort of trump thinks he bought America than anything that people can do yes but we'll have to turn to America's most reliable institution kickstarter we pool our money and Buy America back from Donald Trump that is gonna cost it's GonNa cost data so much money on how people afford that here's the good news buddy if America truly is trump property eventually it's going to plummet and value and we can buy it back for pennies on the dollar bad news is there's going to be KFC buckets and spray tan juice everywhere whenever one
Giving Yourself Permission to do Big Things
"Hey there welcome to this edition of of car smart Friday on the Shalini show which seatbelts on we're going for a ride welcome to the show lean show Jelena's a New York Times bestselling filling author celebrity fitness trainer in obsessed with helping you live your life so today I am answering your questions and these are really fun question so I posted this up on my instagram stories and I promised I would give you your answer. Some of these are really deep but I'm excited to talk about the stuff off by the way these are questions all pertain to like being successful or like going for it so the first question was why I do you think that people are afraid to go after their dreams and I think the reason why people afraid to go after their dreams is probably obvious it's either. They don't think they're anof. They don't think that they are big enough important enough smart enough that they're going to fail. L. And nobody wants to look stupid. Nobody wants to be vulnerable and that way and so. I think it's interesting that people don't go for their dreams. I think it's even more interesting when people don't have dreams or what. They say that they're dreamer. Their goal is it's like dude. You're already like that's just going to happen happen. It's like saying my goal is to someday be fifty one years old like that's GonNa Happen. You know what I mean like so often. I asked people like you know. What do you WanNa do like how how much money do you WanNa make or what would you like to build. How would you like to feel or look at things that there are already on pace for. That's not a goal. I mean that's not something that pushes you. That's not something that stretches you. When I'm talking about dreaming I mean giving yourself permission to dream think about something that feels elusive that feels difficult that feels far far away like Brenton I when we we're making our vision kind of like our five year plan if you will and we were doing this as part of a mastermind group remember the sunny. Do you remember orange when you're talking about three percents percent Yep. We're this mastermind group that we've formed where we invited the very first mastermind we did. I think this like two thousand nine we invited small group of people from different industries but all you know business folks but different stages like to the gals had like a a spray tanning business they were starting together and there was a psychiatrist and an inventor of physical therapists sutter capital of Yeah Yeah Venture Capitalists. It was Kinda cool. It was cool. It was really cool but anyways we did this exercise together as a group and we all wrote down what we wanted our lives look five years from that moment and Britain I wrote our own and then we were kind of comparing notes and one of our mutual dreams was to live on the ocean like live on the ocean or I should say on if near the ocean ocean your abuse like a Beach Beach House right. I don't know that was picturing living on the ocean but I was picturing living like you know I could see it where I look like a walk to the beach and yes and like frankly those homes here in southern California just to give you some perspective the same house that you were to buy like in a nice neighborhood neighborhood but off of the beach on the beach. It might be another add five million dollars. Would you say that about right. Maybe four million it depends on how big houses but yeah typically if you're moving towards the ocean you have a few of the ocean on the ocean. You're looking at you know four to six months in southern California yeah in addition to like that's minimum yes. Oh picture your average size house in southern California. You know how expensive that is and now take another four to six million on to the normal price they just because on the ocean so when we said that when we put that in our five year plan plan like that felt very dreamy. It didn't feel like it was for sure GonNa Happen. Were ready for it in the next year or two. That's for sure right and you know I said this today. I put that on paper but I am not an ally and tell you. I thought that was GONNA happen in five years. Here's how I create a dream and it's that would be super cool. I think it's within the realm of possibilities but I don't know that it's likely that's what I call a dream a dream emerson like I don't know if it's like that likely to happen. I can see that it's possible. That's a dream and I think too many of us too many view. You say okay well. Here's this dream but you know it's very likely if you just put a little bit of effort into it to come up with a dream that's really exciting is is to put something on paper that you like that would be freaking on freaking believable and a little scary and scary yeah to get to that point. It's GonNa. There's GONNA be some risk involved and there's GonNa be some a strategy and you really have to think about it. I remember those three percent or meetings that we had to Kinda correct a couple people because like you said earlier they put down goals or crazy things can happen if I were like. Wait a second you're already doing. It's like the next year like it's almost like when you write down tattoos that you WanNa do tomorrow and one of them's brush your teeth yeah. It's a a small. It's not even a drink. It's a small goal. It's not even dream so so there you go so the next question was what is the difference between between well okay with this kind of a local. She gives a little backstory and says she regularly self sabotage ourselves so she said I am trying to figure out whether I have fear of failure fear of success okay so I don't know the answer and I do think they're different. Someone who has fear of failure. Oh year typically in not always most situations you have either really critical parents errands or critical people around you and so your fear of failure is that you just want to be accepted and loved and when you messed up you didn't feel those things as a child usually sometimes fear of failure though is because you have so much success around you they you're afraid to fail because then you again you won't belong so. I think fear of failure is our desire to belong desired to have significance and we think if we fail sale that will be lesser yeah I like rejected or we won't be loved. We won't be accepted. I think that's what we're fear. Failure comes in and fear of success different. Fear of success in my estimation is someone who when they think about being successful that means a comes with more responsibility expectations demands change. Jim People are afraid of change that if they are also I think fear of success sometimes is that people think well if I'm successful of a lot of eyes John. Me and then people will know that I'm fried so can be some imposter syndrome imposture soon for sure and if I get too big I've been up too many eyeballs on me in somebody. If not many people are gonNA figure out like it's not real yeah so nope if you think about both of those things right or fear of success and fear of failure in either case you just want to be accepted and you want to be loved and appreciated you. WanNa be enough so the way you get around. Both of those is knowing that how other people feel about you has nothing to do with your worth earth. It has nothing to do with your value. You are enough. You're worthy and you are significant because you're you your child of God so get over that and I also think the only way that you can fail is by doing nothing. That's how you fail and the only person you'll fail feeling you're feeling is you're failing yourself all right next question. Shalini I really we have some big dreams and goals but I don't want to let go of the security that I feel and that security or my quote golden handcuffs are hold me back from doing my own thing okay well. I get that and I don't know if this is from a guy or Gal I can't tell from the username but security is another natural human desire like we all want to feel safe so that's normal. It's natural and I don't know your situation but when we want security it's oftentimes because we want to keep other. The people save two so my recommendation is because you mentioned golden handcuffs so I'm assuming that means. You have a well paying career. There are job or position. Maybe it's even a well paying business. You don't love and you want to go do something else. Here's my best advice. You frigging do it but don't quit that thing that provides your security. Is that what you're gonNA say hundred percent okay. What were you gonNA say Dabble. If you have some crazy like if you're you're not happy with what you're doing. I'm going to throw this out there but you're making a great income or you. Are you know you're providing for a family and it's just not in the cards but you know you're not happy but you have this like it to do something amazing or you know or different or something like that or you just have a great great idea then dabble in it trade out because you know what it might not be. It's that whole thing. The grass isn't always greener type of thing and it might be one of those things things. Were you start dabbling and you're like okay. I'm glad I didn't go this way because this would have been a disaster. If I were to quit this great thing so dabbling it see how it feels and then just go slowly because you don't always have to just jump all in to something that's so dip your toe in that's right absolutely Salihi in and you can dip your toe and realize this ain't that thing but I I at least I have the security of my job and I know this going way back but when we first I were married I was working as a paralegal and Brett was off playing football and actually at this point when we were first married to play football all right yeah true but actually when we first got married you were done playing football on uh-huh and I was working as a paralegal and I knew I decided my mind. Oh this is not my thing. I do not want to be an attorney. I thought I wanted all my life to be an attorney and I take them to L.
Everything You Need to Repair Summer Hair, Skin and Nails
"Remember your Selfie Bockel with the bless when you stayed at my house yes so I was trying to do a random act of kindness risk because one of the girls of the salon wanted to try as Makka Macho tea with Mac much so she was like all Gung Ho she wanted to try. Try was like all. I Have Amazon prime. I'll get it for you forgetting. You need a minimum order of Lake for free delivery. I'm like looking you like it depends on the item true. It was four ninety nine. I'll maybe what is it. What is the minimum. I feel like I think it's it's like this team. Maybe it's fifteen. You're right that sounds about right so I jumped and got some scrubs. Somebody's GRUBS and I found by accident at at whole foods these they're called Pasha soap company and its creamy whipped soap with calming arniko extract. That's as the calming one. It's it's whipped soap with exfoliating minute wait so you got it at on Amazon Prime at whole whole foods I was thinking trader. Joe's I was confused. Got It. Yes you got it through Amazon prime from whole foods totally get it at whole foods. You don't have to be a primary known to you know we love him. Okay but is one hundred percent knockoff of wet. You loved in my bathroom is while the lemongrass one. which is the charcoal clarifying sort here? Oh Dog Nas smelling right. Now is cucumber seaweeds taking feel so it's a little too little ready but when water hits it at ladders like unbelievable. Oh this charcoal lemon grass magic bliss Heiferman. Why would they call it charcoal lemongrass. Lemon Grass peppermint now lemongrass definitely Jessica Simpson moment like his lemongrass pepper may thing you dyed my hair brown otherwise people would know the truth okay so you can get this on at whole foods or Amazon Private Pacha so company and it's the we're we're smelling all they have to clarify one. which is charcoal lemongrass Intikhab more though the best was like six other sense six other? There's a law in the line this one Dead Sea mud smelling Dead Sea man. I'm excited because I think that was going to take my spray. Spray Tan off how you like that one. I think so I think I will because I think like this like I'm on the last Hurrah of the Spray Tan at the little blotch so it's time for me to a hack it off. Isn't it just like tumor. lovie immerse over so is this summer by youth by the way. Oh no forty four 401 happy birthday so great in fact by the time all listening to this I will be gallivanting somewhere between Mykonos in Florence so don't cry from Argentina. Yeah no looking so bad but forty so anyway. I'm going to talk about my shelf which I found from my other travels this summer approved by Ryan and I want you to know I really go to Ryan all the time and my can I use this this on my hair so I was traveling and I needed a curling iron but when you travel internationally even if you have a converter you need to have have hot tools that can take to the dual voltage so t to twenty volt or two forty volt depending on where you are my good old T. three curling. You're not one ten I already blew one of those out once and it was like one hundred and fifty bucks to replace. Oh Mama wasn't making that mistake again so I found this also so on Amazon it is by Medina M. A. D. E. N. I A. to one hair. Straighten are and curler travel curling flat iron duo voltage. It has the ceramic plates tormo lean. I was worried that it might find my hair Ryan. You gave me the okay yes but I said be careful when it all turned on by accident. If you turn a curling iron on in you go to use it as a flat iron and you touch the outside you you're we're. GonNa bring a so so I want to say that to basically it's not to areas that you turn you turn this thing on and probably if you had a more expensive one it would be but this was twenty nine at third 29.99 great by it gets my seal of approval so you turn this on the whole barrel heats up and there's like a little little switch on the side that you push one way if you want it to be a crawling arm with like the clip that locks and it locks it so that you can clip it and then if you push it the other way the curling rolling aren't splits down the middle and opens up and then is your flat iron. It's brilliant. I don't I didn't understand why they don't make all of them like this but I'll tell you girls else. You need to flat iron your hair from the very top. This is not going to be for you because if you think about a curled barrel when you open it up you have to leave a little space because the outside of that curling iron we'll bring you right so now for your hands they do make protecting gloves they usually come with the wands and they come with a crawling but you can get those on Amazon to Lampton voles glove coverage. I just got a silly wand at Costco on the go and it had like these cute little like finger gloves. I was like okay. I'm still going to burn my pinky when I'm looking at the at the pictures that they have is their display the grow with curly hair you can totally do that and I did that this girl with the straight hair you can't get straight from like an inch away from your head down because crime yeah but but it's great but a mini thought iron could still do routes it could but let's let's be honest when you're traveling or at least when. I'm traveling internationally now. I need all the space I can get either so this is a godsend. It's two in one and if you need your hair that straight like you pull it back in a ponytail out. Oh you sat your hair like an abundance for the first half of the days that it's straight at the root yeah also the the Carribean Express that you did for me. Yes die you love it really glad it's so great and it's part of the reason I wanted to talk about all of the stuff that we did over the summer yeah all of the negative if things to our hair to our skin all of the abuse it's not that it's negative all the abuse that her hair skin now body takes will. I will tell you I make so so much money sep- September because every single client now we jumped because of your birthday. We really did the Shebang on your hair so you don't till that way right now but everyone else comes in semi charon goes my hair feels like crap yep rights so oh. I have this like this overhaul hair thing and I think everybody needs at least two inches off yeah cut it cut it off two inches and then lowlights lowlights or rich in the tone a little bit and lowlights as a reaction to the highlights the brassiness talking about also your hair gets really bleached out from the Sun yes it. I don't care if you're a Brunette. I don't care if you're a redhead. I don't care if you're blonde it. Everything's light so laureen marine and or the saltwater exactly so runs ten foils of lowlights evenly spurs her head or just paint a few piece paint a few to pieces of lowlights through your hair and then conditioning treatments and continuing it at home for like two weeks and your hair will be back to normal. No we had done the Ola plaques yeah about that in an old episode I actually had it as one of my shelf is because I liked it. You bought it at Sephora. I think it was like thirty thirty bucks but they do an insulin treatment with that they do so. It's an oil base treatment. It goes in your color. Okay 'cause then you bleed. Chuck is if you're getting into the low lights is at the request of possible. Shore can absolutely request. Olo Plex in your lowlights and you can apps now. They have some take home treatments as well that are bomb right so they're a little heavy. They are a little bit goes a long way. I like to number three which is the number six which is like a new. They've come out with a seven yeah because six was not great. Well it was heavy wasn't good for you. Good for some okay. So what do we think about carrot and I was surprised when I came to you. Midsummer was like I want to. Redo the carrots and again and you're like girl. You were living your best life. If you're in the saltwater you're in the pool. That's not good for the Carrington at all what strips at the salt it yeah it. It's it's a coating on your hair. That's going to take the coating off faster. Is something that we might WanNa do again in the fall or is it like give it a rest. Give it a rest. You have a definite you have two coats on your hair the lousy personally but I'm saying like for other people do care to normally and you can do you can do a full cartoon treatment and you can follow it up with expressed. Don't don't do it again. Come fall chill out. You'RE GONNA break your hair off of it. You're like other people can do it amber back away from the Carrington model. Oh okay so while we're on the topic of hair. I do want to address hair removal because the fall the fall is the best first time to start your hair removal. How ever you have to make sure that your summer Tan has completely faded. Yes because when you're going link to do any sort of laser treatment the laser is attracted towards that dark pigment and if your Tan it's not going to be able to tell the difference between your skin and the unwanted pigment and you're going with Burns but we do know that it takes ten full months to have a full six treatment cycle of hair removal because you're going every six weeks except this is a good time to book for. Let's say act HCT one or if you're really really good and you didn't get any sun on you can start it now but if there's even a little bit and I know that because listen I wore SPF. I slapped it on. I was at fifty and seventy being in sunny locations. It doesn't matter it really doesn't so okay. Let's actually talking about the skin and the skin damage image. You actually look good though thank you. We're really careful. I am I yes. I'm I'm insane I I don't Tan I burn pink or get read and then so my tan is always sprayed onto always say I say here all the time so for me you turned on me onto super groups. Vail love it the invisible the invisible so I always do I do that that I do a little makeup that I spray the supergroup supergroup like makeup setting spray with SPF again. You told me that won't listen. I believe in layering SPF because when I went to Aruba I was using the super goop full disclosure. It says that you need to reapply it and I how reapply when you have makeup on so that's why did the spray because you know what the Super Group is. Invisible commands. You can put it on her makeup but I'm talking about over. I don't work to the beach to the ball. I had a hat on and larynx. SPF never about idea but if you are going to be in a sunny place you also need to make sure to
"spray tan" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You
"Skin safety campaigns really lies in like hey you're gonna be wrinkly and then you're not going to be pretty. You're not going to be pretty so watch out where a wide brimmed hat and the good thing is hats are very in right now but we also have the government stepping in because we obviously can't abstain from this very unhealthy habit so so at this point twelve states actually ban tanning bed use for people under eighteen and forty two states regulate tanning bed use by miners in general <hes> sunlamps now have to carry black box warning saying that people under eighteen shouldn't use them although I mean really any age shouldn't shouldn't that be a thing kind of like you know well warnings on cigarette EXAC- well that's the logic. It's exactly like the warning on cigarettes because unless you're what was it California who just raise the age to twenty one for buying cigarettes. I think California was California but like Georgia for instance like fourteen is the minimum age for using using tanning beds but you have to be accompanied by a parent blows. My mind does that have anything to do with like are like high number of competitive cheerleading squads. I don't know what it is. In Georgia I recently learned you can also get married at sixteen with parental consent so there's just a lot of issues here <hes> but okay in two thousand ten on the Affordable Care Act included a ten percent tax on indoor tanning services and a high. Didn't I missed this whole news trend on. Maybe it was just like the more conservative side of the Internet. Apparently a lot of people said you know what Obama that's racist at is a racist tax folks because white people are primarily the ones who uses indoor tanning beds and that ain't flying Obama. We got you on this one. Thanks thanks Obama. Thanks Obama yeah that sound you heard when Christian was talking with my brain exploding <hes> yeah there was an Atlantic article because there's one on everything there was one on tanning and the politics of it and they did talk to a tanning salon exac who was just outraged outraged by the federal regulations encroaching on Americans rat to use Tannin beds. Well also do a mid western Accent Carolina. It's not just the south. I don't know if I can can you oh no but I have a feeling that what we'll be a far more powerful force than the F._D._a.. To steer US away from tanning and damaging our skin is the fashion World Coco Coco Chanel is the one who brought it in vogue then it's probably gonna take a comparable fashion magnate to get it out vogue and some would argue that that's already taking place you have Verena von Felton who was the editor in chief of style light in two thousand was an eight way back. When now saying Tan is the new tacky comparing them to a eggs yeah bits I mean really honestly half of the post was just about her hatred of ugh boots <hes> but also she she doesn't like <hes> tans associating them with more of a Jersey shore type culture and then a little more more recently in two thousand thirteen U._S._A.? Today said that coppertone complexion isn't looking so fresh the summer season and I mean even just among anecdotally early conversations with my lady friends it might be partially an issue of welcome to thirty but yeah we are far more into complementing each other's fair skin tones and slathering on sunscreen wearing wide-brimmed tat's <hes> certainly more than we used to be yeah. I I need to be so much better about wearing daily sunscreen. I'm great about it if I'm going to the pool going for a hike anything like that you know extended outdoor exposure but I am so bad about the day to day sunscreen use. That's just why I carry a ski. Mask with me is pop that on anytime I got the thing with women in China that was also mentioned in some of the articles we read and that was not so much an issue of of I wanNA look like a white person but again related to the issue of the Paler skin is a marker of breeding high class status whereas the darker skin in China still signifies outdoor Labor in Caroline. I think that segues perfectly not into our next episode which is going to be sort of the flip side of all of this conversation about color ISM because all of these elements we've been talking about in terms of of the socio-economic racism et Cetera that played a part in today's conversation <hes> are sort of a foundation for what we're going to chat about next time so listeners now want to know about your tanning politics what has resonated with you and is there anyone listening who works for a spray Tan Salon who does the spraying because I really want to hear from you and know what it is like to airbrush other people's bodies yeah and I do the women at the Atlanta Spray Tan place that I went to you guys were so nice I've only heard feedback like that from other girlfriends of mine who've gone and gotten spray tans and they were so nice and it was a great experience and let me tell you I loved it. I can wear less makeup when I have color on my face because I'm so pale so my dark circles just like pop out my my acne scars pop out so when I have a little bit of color it's like such such a breath of fresh air fresh tanning juice laden air so send us your Letta's mouth seven. How stuff works dot dot com is our email address? You can also tweet us at mom stuff podcast or messages on facebook and we've got a couple of messages to share with you right now.
"spray tan" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You
"The war women would actually rely on teabags to stain their skin and apparently in Britain there was some marmite ish sounding paste or Bouillon that they would use they would soak their legs in that people soup people soup. We're just making people soon. They soak their legs thousand soil and green and now it just sounds like let's fill up the hot tub. Throw in some Bouillon cubes and let's all go for a soak yeah. It's horrifying again. This podcast got so done yeah exactly panning so in the fifties though in the in the post World War Two era where like hey hey the G._i.'s are coming home. You probably already have a Tan because he'd been outside a lot but let's let's replicate that Trench Tan yes <hes> you have man Tan in the fifties which is the first commercially available self tanner I believe for men specially designed for men which specially designed as in quotes because it's probably the exact same thing as what was being sold to women but maybe smell differently and it promised to be moisturizing and long lasting yeah just smells like pine entries and cigarettes who was like Don Draper's office oppression by the nineteen sixties. You know we've we've seen gene the the the subtext here is the rising middle class the rise of leisure the rise of vacations and so by the nineteen sixties people have enough money to enjoy color film so you better look good and commercial air travel and by the seventies the the world economy was tanking. Thanks war <hes> sunless tanning really takes takes the place of all of those Mediterranean vacations that people in Europe specifically. We're taking nineteen. seventy-eight tanning beds get introduced and the first one which I never for new in the U._S.. Open's Arkansas Walmart and tanning beds Arkansas listeners hey and if you jumped in one thousand nine hundred one you've got about ten new tanning centres opening in the U._S.. Each week by nineteen eighty eight in the the U._S. alone. You have eighteen thousand tanning centers. Oh Yeah it's a lot of tanning and typically like nowadays nowadays you look around and tanning there. They are next to Walmart's you've got like a Walmart and a nail place and a tanning place and a radio shack the radio shack yeah yeah. I like my dad. I think there's some still open okay because Chad goes there. Someone let us know about Radio Shack yeah growing coming up in a college town there or tanning salons everywhere everywhere but I feel like now caroline where we are her in town in Atlanta. We're likely to see more spray Tan outlets than we are ending bed spots or places. This is the do both yeah yeah. I don't know I'm just kind of talking about well. I mean I think I don't know from what I've observed in kind of <hes> boozier neighborhoods. You're likely likelier to see Spray Tan yeah well. I mean more class issues that we can dive into Oh yeah. It doesn't stop people it don't stock at Sunscreen won't protect you against the rest of this episode because we're not done in the nineteen eighties. You've got all of that glamorous like eighties. He's crazy makeup which includes a lot of bronze irs so the popularity of Bronze Irs <hes> economic boom times mean people are taking those glamorous beach getaway packages is which essentially means that tanning remains a necessity through the next couple of decades and by the year two thousand <hes> British people in a survey. Ah Fifty percent of them said that getting a Tan was the most important reason for going on vacation. Oh Yeah I mean I I remember so well laying out on my parents patio because we didn't have a pool membership and just sweating and sweating and wedding and trying to enjoy it. I remember reading the unabridged. Les Lee Ms One summer because it was reading for like my A._p.. English Class Humble Brag and just baking myself off outside yeah well. I remember laying win. I hit puberty and had some really bad skin issues. I was encouraged to get some sun to help the the zits go away little. Did I know that while 'cause we we talked about this in our acne episode that well yes the Sun can help fade some of those acne marks. It actually makes them kind of come back with a vengeance because the sun inflames the skin and any corrective active like quote unquote treatment the Sun has for acne is really more effective on that youthful acne not so much for the adult hormonal acne so jokes folks on me and my fine lines and wrinkles and the sun can be such a jerk sometimes such a Jersey sometimes but speaking of age differences.
"spray tan" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You
"And I think all of that demonstrates what William Lou is talking about when he wrote how quote tanning becomes another venue for performing and demonstrating social class. Both I think in the the act of tanning yourself and also how we interpret other people's tans yeah because someone like Snooky okay for instance. Let's just she's easy to pick on and using it as an example but like to someone who flips through the pages of Vogue Doug snooky might look trashy because of her choice of tanning depth and I will say because I do follow her on instagram caroline that she has has eased up on a tanning well but she is clearly performing and displaying her definition like we've talked the very very top of the podcast about the difference between what you want to achieve in terms of color and why but she's clearly performing her version of classy and attractive totally I mean same thing with the the dudes on Jersey shore who would go and get their spray Tan. What does it Jim Gym Tan Laundry Gym laundry Tan Dan Oh Yeah Jim was one of them named for? Jim was like really bad like a tagline. I I think there's G._T._l.. Gym Tan Laundry. Oh Man I just wanted to about like random like bookish Jim that we'd never saw on Jersey. Shore didn't fit in at all. I never went to to the tanning bed but let's why are we happened to why this is even a thing because like you said historically speaking it's bizarre that we like collectively would even attempt to darken our skin because for missed of beauty history Pale was where it was at. I mean that's a cross cultural thing too but I mean we would apply like potions on our skin to get as porcelain a look as possible yeah and that was because Pale skin was supposedly a mark of beauty and wealth and refinement whereas tanned skin met you are a peasant and <hes> you were those monty python characters in the mud toiling away at manual labor. <hes> not to mention dark skin was of course I looked down upon because of the littoral racism aspect the literal hatred and racism against Brown and black bodies <hes> <hes> and women would maintain their Pale nece with parasols large hats bleaching treatments and heavy powders not to mention lead based creams that dated back to ancient Greek and Roman times and in the renaissance. I thought this is so funny European women and withdraw blue lines on their faces to make their skin look translucent sounds so hard to do. I mean I mean I feel like contouring today. It's really challenging to Paula but try vein contouring. I I know what are you. What are you even what kind of beauty blender could achieve that look? I'm just saying Caroline. Line and Literature was in on the game to Milky Skin has always been hailed as height of beauty and purity folks like Shakespeare wrote sonnets praising it it and early topical son protected when you when you look at the ingredients it really takes me back to our makeup artist episode Kristen when we talked about the crazy history of pancake makeup before Max factor came along you've got things like White Petra Latam or almond oil mixed with a heavy powder made of things like magnesium zinc oxide or bismuth so sounds really good for the poor's I really slather that on. We'll sounds like <hes> but we start to see though tanning slowly becoming a marker of social class and wealth with the industrial revolution because around eighteen fifty we start transitioning from the working class being outside to them being inside in the factories so understandably you have tan skin beginning to emerge as a sign of the leisure class you have the time I'm to be outside. You can travel I mean if we go to F Scott Fitzgerald's nineteen twenty two the beautiful and the damned which was set in nineteen fourteen and fifteen eighteen his upper-crust characters talk about how to best achieve a Tan hell yeah man his characters in his books. Just love the beach don't they God bad west Egg Tanning Leonardo di caprio cheers with champagne GIF still have yeah that's all I know from that movie I still have I think that's all you need to know yeah. Okay okay good. It's it's a really effective gift in a lot of situations and yes I do say it with a hard G. Write me a letter <hes> but you know not. Everybody is on board. Necessarily necessarily some people are still worried. You've got a little bit of benevolent sexism going on in nineteen o five Dr Charles Edward would drift wrote in his book the effects sex of tropical light on white men which is that a Prequel to tropic of cancer well no literally yes because sunlight light is a precursor to melanoma. Oh my gosh look what we really extended Pun and I am proud of us we should be you should be anyway so woodruff wrote. The American girl is a bundle of nerves. She is a victim of too much light but he would prove to be in the minority because what helped bring aside from just you know the lower classes moving into the factories what helped bring a Nice Tan and ice flush in into popularity. was you know the entire frigging medical community yeah so in the early twentieth century doctors started realizing using how sunlight and the vitamin D that we get from it can be really healthy for us particularly to treat to Berkeley Closys us and records and it's one of those old time you diseases that Yes Carolina. I did have to Google to make sure understood what Ricketts is essentially. It's a a bone softening disorder. Yeah 'cause you don't get enough of that vitamin D Vitamin D but also you're not getting enough nutritious foods. You're not getting enough calcium. <hes> <hes> it would often kids with Ricketts would often have horrific problems with their legs being misshapen so you get this this rush of the medical community <hes> basically prescribing sunshine to people which sounds really nice but people were winning Nobel prizes over it in nineteen. Oh three neal's neal's fencing won the Nobel Prize in medicine by treating skin ulcers caused by lupus vulgarity which is a condition linked to T._B.. With helius therapy be in that same year in Switzerland we get the first hospital treating circulars as with sun exposure opening and Dr Start to figure out the scientific basis of Hilo therapy in the nineteen twenties when they discover U._v.. Lights role in creating vitamin D and then for another Nobel Prize in Nineteen Twenty eight we we have Adolf Windows' earning the Nobel prize in chemistry for linking Vitamin D with rickets treatment and I mean sunlight was seen seen as a preventive measure to kids were sent to prevent Toria Mhz which I love it. I know I wanna go which were institutions that provided sick Kiddos with good food fresh air and sunlight like I do want to go to there so they basically sent them to summer camp but fancier and more relaxing no color wars and good food less pressure than having to like swim the lifeline <hes>. Let's bring back the prevent Oreo Dude it. I'm all for it. <hes> which really sounds like I need to build a greenhouse outside of the office and guests sitting at for a couple of hours order pizza right totally of take my lactate I in nineteen eighteen thirty eight Herman Bundy's son who was the president of the Chicago Board of Health really emphasized how important sunlight was for children <hes> he said no deficiencies as the developing children are of greater significance than those caused by lack of sunlight. I would argue there are some bigger problems that kids could face but you know the sunlight caroline he continued on he said when it shines on a child at helps his bones and teeth to form properly and promotes the quality and circulation of his blood. The Sun Bath is just as important as the water bath which reminds me of our betty page episode because Betty paid for such a fan of <hes> <hes> sun baths in the new has well and that does kind of tie in to our next fact about how sunlight starts becoming prescribed described as treatments for all kinds of things including anemia syphilis heart disease cancer which will ironic their stomach problems problems also issues with hormones arthritis skin and Vaginas yeah and I'm just wondering what the exact helium therapy prescription would be for for your vagina yeah. You can't use the phrase where the sun don't shine anymore yeah because it's like do you D- Try to get sunlight on the vagina I because that would be hard because I think they mean vulva and I just have a lot of questions I yeah when you talk about solving gynecological problems with the sun. What exactly are you referring due to just put you vulva under a heat lamp? All your problems will go away but you know not. Everybody was onboard the New England Journal of Medicine in Nineteen Twenty eight editors reviewed the book ultraviolet Rays in the treatment and cure of disease and they dismissed it as really nothing more within a giant ad for U._V. Lamps and said they hoped the quote unquote lady did not get their hands on it but any concerns regarding skin cancer at this time were ignored any concerns about this stuff just being a bunch of fancy snake oil were ignored and all were outweighed by the perceived benefits. Oh Yeah esteemed medical journal The Lancet declared in one thousand nine hundred ten the face Brown by the sun is regarded art as an index of health and note though I mean like we can you can peel apart so many layers in just in that statement of the face Brown by the son good not the case if you're born with the brown phase and not so good yeah the face Brown by genetics that was not they didn't include that so therefore you get a Tan that means you're in good health which means you're beautiful. Yeah and speaking of beauty we gotta get over to to fashion and hop to the lady who in pretty much any popular history of tanning that you read we'll be cited as the one responsible responsible for getting us all to the beach and sun burning ourselves accidentally Coco Chanel of course she she of the tweed and pearls and Nazi sympathising true yeah. That's everything you love is problematic. <hes> in one thousand nine hundred ninety nine Ms Chanel. L. Caught a little bit too much sun while cruising around the French Riviera as you do see it do you can't help it and her take on it. Shrug a girl simply has to be ten an and a Golden Tan is the index of Sheikh and we were looking at a study that analyze ads and articles in Harper's bazaar and vogue and it was astonishing to see the upswing just between like nineteen twenty seven and nineteen twenty nine and the number of tanning related ads and also tanning related articles <hes> Then to have every low backed costume cut exactly on the same lines so that each one makes perfect frame for a smooth brown back <hes> yeah I mean swimsuit. Are they talking about clothes or swimsuits. I don't know I mean I think they're just saying like avoid Tan lines and and and get get a Tan you pasty white jerks I mean we'll because I asked that because over the course of the twenties and thirties as we have stats people swimsuits were shrinking skin exposure jumped from eighteen percent for women and twenty three percent for men to a scandalous this forty seven percent of this skin exposed. Oh Man it'd be nice if swimsuits still just revealed forty seven percent of our skin so the same year her British vogue declared the backlog say okay. Don't you know <hes> American vogue had a four page spread describing clothes makeup up and accessories to best showoff tanned skin and they said from a chic note sunburn became a trend then an established established fashion and now the entire Feminine World Is Sunburn Conscious Yeah similarly in the same year June Harper's bazaar had an issue titled Dole. Shall we Gild the lily which began with the assertion there is no doubt about it. If you haven't tanned look about you you aren't part of the rage of the moment well and who is the audience for these magazines wealthy white women women who can afford to change out there fashion go to the beach or wherever they might be to have the rage of the moment look and it really only increases races as people have more disposable income I mean the tanning fad is really inextricably linked with socio economics yeah but I mean I mean again. The people who are reading these high fashion magazines being those fair skinned upper class white ladies are the ones who shouldn't be unprotected in the sun and so at this time the same time that we're seeing this backlist trend in this tanning trend take off were also so collecting growing evidence in the medical community that you've irradiation leads to tumor growth in animals and you get more studies that associate U._V. Rays as with skin cancer in humans and by the nineteen fifties we're seeing this huge increase in melanoma which continues to rise throughout the twentieth century and Non Melanoma Skin cancer becomes the most common cancer in the world in the twentieth century but that doesn't stop anyone from getting out in the Sun. Yeah I mean because who doesn't want to be the rage of the moment that weighed against cancer. I mean come on. I think that I think vogue wins. Obviously you gotta die of something right. Oh God this podcast just got so bleak yeah totally so let's go to France. Oh Oh yeah for a paid vacation. <hes> France introduced paid vacations in the thirties and by the forties this had spread and you see increased increase travel outdoor activities and pop culture. That's even more favorable to tanning also revealing clothes and swimsuits and you probably see this permeating sing pop culture as well whether it's films that take place on the beach and show men and women around pools being glamorous and their swimsuits <hes> <hes> or of course you know you have your fashion magazines that are teaching you exactly how you should look well. In nineteen forty-three hello war fabric rations ocean's meant that women's swimwear had to shrink by ten percent and this swimsuit shrinkage opens the door to something you and I talked about on the podcast before Kristen the eventual invention of the Bikini in one thousand nine hundred ninety six which this leaves eighty percent of your your skin open 'til The sun and so you've got so much more skin to Tan so many more outfits to feature all of that non genetic brown skin and listen during World War Two ladies were busy rows of the rivers didn't necessarily have time to go the beach and go get a Tan directly from the sun so during the.
"spray tan" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You
"But the reasons for for tanning and wanting to to play around with maybe a fake tanner spray tans things like that are the same reasons that a lot of us are interested in getting a little bit of a Tan because it often even evens out your skin tone it can mask <hes> a cellulite and other quote unquote flaws and blemishes and also laying out in the sun is we'll talk about more. I mean it's just it feels good. physiologically releases release all this happy chemicals. Yeah I get that Vitamin D so which is not a euphemism so I feel like it's pretty racist to assume that <hes> black women in particular should not WanNa Tan and that it would be weird if they did yeah well I mean but there's so many interesting thing <hes> class discussions to be had when it comes to tanning and color because where is that line you know we when we look at someone who's got a nice you know quote. Unquote Natural Tan and we're like ooh. She looks rested and healthy. Is that what you thought when you saw my calves cavs couple of weeks. I was like this cavs. Look so healthy. Look like they've been hibernating. All winter been on vacation can see the patches of really long long hair the guy in my first shave of the season. I like to picture a conger hibernation. You're just like hold up. With like some glamour magazines a laptop some like Granola but then clearly we enter a different arena of class discussion and appropriateness when we get to people like snooky who once told an interviewer that her ethnicity is Tan and someone who like Tan mom. Do you remember this woman do how she has legitimate addiction issues does she legitimately has mental health issues and she got in a lot of trouble because she took her like four year old to a tanning salon but she literally was the color uh of my leather laptop bag that I carry around and now I was just reading an update on her. She has moved from being being addicted to tanning to now being obsessed with Bo talks so like that's a whole different issue but this is something that William Lou who's the author of the book Social Class and and Classism in the helping professions writes about he talks about this spectrum of like tanning being okay or not okay or signifying in class or not so you've got stereotypes about people with quote unquote rednecks or farmers Tans and he's he writes about how in our minds in popular imagination origination this equates to white trash people who do manual labor outside. Who aren't you know part of the Leisure class who aren't going to hop on a cruise ship and so he asks if a demarcated Tan is a sign of lower class? What is it all body Tan represent? Oh I mean it means that it's intentional that you were going out and tanning assuming I guess you're at all like a nude beach or you went to a tanning bed of it's like an all body Tan <hes> but yeah I think it is totally different and that absolutely resonates to caroline with being raised in the south because that that whole quote unquote redneck division between Classy and trashy is very much alive and well and I remember when when I was a kid <hes> my my parents <hes> how does do yard work pretty much every weekend which was so fun always <hes> and during the summertime sometimes I would get the so called farmers tans and I would be embarrassed by it because it would mean oh kristen wasn't at the pool with all the other kids she he was out picking up six pine cones and mowing the lawn did you did you ever name the Pine cones. Did you keep any as pets only a few only if only Stephen Only Stephen and Richard. Let's don't forget Jennifer the pinecone Jennifer difficult yeah well no I I remember you know friends having usually boys having like a farmer's Tan so to speak because they'd be wearing t-shirts around or whatever whatever and to me back then as a kid that would just mean like Oh. You haven't been to the pool yeah you've been. You've I've been running around doing other things not playing but I mean in like my little childhood perception that was already so classicist in the way that I saw the quote Unquote rednecks and I'm saying quote unquote because saying Redneck does I mean it's such a pejorative <hes>. I don't think it's a very a very nice term <hes> because it is connected to the whole white trash concept and it does in my mind it takes me straight to counties right outside of where I grew up that were much more rural and people tend to spend a lot more time outside and that super-duper Tan to the point of being read. Luck is a byproduct of maybe doing labor outside. Maybe working if you're on a farm arm but also a look that the girls will cultivate to let's consider the secret life of the innermost nesting doll living most of her life in the dark inside the other nesting dolls. He has plenty plenty of time.
"spray tan" Discussed on Stuff Mom Never Told You
"Hello and welcome to the podcast. I'm and I'm Caroline's and today on the show to Pale white girls talking about tanning. That's right <hes> my whole life. I have been blindingly white. <HES> UH-HUH MY Scottish Irish heritage would have it no other way <hes>. I am so white that a few years ago I say a few. It was probably like fifteen or ten years ago. My friend's mother saw me in a bathing suit and said Caroline. You are glowing and she didn't say this because I was pregnant. She you know thank God. She said it because I was so white and standing in the sun sounds like she really had a way with words she really did and and so I have since then not because of that but just over the course of my life every summer I buy tanning creams <hes> <hes> yeah not because of the mom no not because of her okay that was just like a part of what I already knew Kristen which is that I'm blinding when you put me in the John. I'm like a mirror. I'm like a reflective surface just beaming light back into space. I mean that's kind of cool yeah. I'm it's basically my superpower and and so I have tried out many a tanning cream and I prefer honestly like good old juergens like the lotion that you use to build up a gradual Tan. Listen don't lose your superpower. Though Carolina I mean you could be blinding street. harassers left and right. Someone Whistles honks that you you just rip off your shirt. Look at my forearm so a few weeks ago I hi debuted my spring legs in public for the first time and I thought for I debated all day in my head Ed in this as well embarrassing to admit whether I should take an instagram photo are not just to share with the world because it was truly astonishing shing feel every year yeah looking at myself in the mirror this is this is truly astonishing <hes>. I I got my first spray Tan of her last year. Do Tell you and I were on our way to New York to have our pictures taken in our underwear air. Oh my gosh don't we sound so glamorous Carolina or creepy but this was for dear kate underwear and I got a spray Tan but I made Scheuer for because I am so pasty not to go very dark. I specifically requested like a light. Honey hued spray. Tan just to make sure that I didn't like blend in with the white background of the photo shoot just so that I actually stood out so it didn't just look like a floating tank top like floating bangs tank top and underpants again. It sounds pretty cool the way described but yeah but but I was conscious of I don't WanNa look fake or tacky. I WanNa look like a nice honey. Huge huge suntanned happy healthy version of myself and it looked great. Thanks but I have a question. It might be T._M._i.. I've got a question for you about your spreading experience hands. Yes was it one of those spray. Tan Salons where you have to get completely naked and the person sprays you by a hand yes ma'am. What was that like and did they on your rear? Make you bend over. Oh No yes no so I didn't get fully naked <hes> or naked but I wasn't up to anything so it's really just naked <hes> I stripped down to my underpants and you bloomer loud Luma's and an in a very very nice very nice young woman <hes> sprayed me and you know I have to stay on like I'm in the security. Check at the airport art and instead of you're not like bending all the way over <hes> I'm not GonNa make a bad joke. <hes> I just sort of like pitched forward a little bit like I was losing my balance and that's the way that she got up in there and next thing you knew you were working and it just got awkward. Yeah Yeah. We forgot where you were. I know like I always do so. We have so much to talk about in this tanning episode because because listeners we're gonNA talk about how you get a Tan and melanoma risks and things like that because we have talked about skin cancer and tanning on the podcast before but in this episode we really want to dig into more of the cultural aspects of it why it's popular especially for pasty skinned white ladies eighty s like myself and you but really I mean like I'm I'm in that club too and the class and race issues issues that also are so embedded in our whole tanning culture yeah because I mean forever and ever historically speaking Pale illness <hes> almost translucent skin has been the epitome of beauty and it hasn't been until the last about about century that we've started seeing this kind of cycle of no tanning is prettier no Pale Mrs Prettier <music>. You're not tanning is prettier and it seems like that cycle is speeding up because as Christopher Maher talking about before the podcast before we came into record you have you've Pale beauty but then like the ninety s when we were growing up you also had hyper Tan Britney Spears. You had Christina Aguilera era who was hyper Tan. I went to the tanning bed when I in my senior year of high school regularly yes. I got real basic that you but now I mean it seems like and I mean I guess it depends on and I mean we'll we'll flesh rush this out a little bit more in the episode in it depends on your social group. What is considered most attractive in normal it depends on the magazines and media you consume. What's what's considered messed attractive and beautiful but I feel like you've got some people who want to achieve the you know Jessica Alba glow which which is not so much a glover as it's hurt literal skin color and then you've got other people who look at super translucent high fashion models and that's more what they aspire to now. We got to be honest so caroline before we came into the PICA studio. You're arguing that the Jessica Alba <hes> beyond say Kim Kardashian who by by the way these are all like wildly different skin tones but that the more honey hued look as it would be described is the end look now yes and as we talked about it. I think it like I was saying I think it depends on on what is normal and beautiful around you so for instance depending on like I said your social group or what your friends look like that normalizes whatever the beauty standard is <hes> but also it it looks like it depends on age groups too as we'll talk about out later in the podcast because by and large the people who are going to tanning beds and are committed to tanning like once a month at least tend to be younger women and statistically a lot of them are in sororities which is really interesting so this could be just an issue like achieving in color wise of different age and socioeconomic groups. Yeah I mean so and listeners I really want you to weigh in on this because I contended that the popularity of of say beyond say and Kim Kardashian has little to do with skin in color and as it relates to tanning has little to do with skin color and more to do with body shape and how are like beauty ideals in terms of <hes> the quote unquote sexiest female shape has changed you know more toward <hes> those kinds kinds of body shapes because I don't think that any like white sorority girls are going to the tanning bed so that they can look like beyond say and if they are. I'm a little concerned about them to be completely honest yeah I I yes. Do you have people who have maybe tanning obsessions guests that is a thing people who get addicted to tanning is your average girl who's in sorority addicted to tanning so she can look like beyond say probably not <hes> but the very fact that that could be a possibility that oh <hes> white people like a can get in a tanning bed get in the sun getting the Spray Tan booth and play around with our color and achieve social status us as a result of it also speaks to a lot of privilege to that. We're going to get into yeah because it's not like beyond. Sake and get into a spray Tan Hanan get like a white look. She can't get the millstone yeah exactly and I you know that's that's sort of leads us into the conversation of black women enjoying tanning as well. It's not like this is just for white sorority girls to enjoy or to pursue <hes> but I mean it hasn't always been like that for black women either in general of course we're speaking in general terms the embracing of not only do. I have the skin color yeah but you know in the summer I WANNA get bronze to this isn't just like a white girl thing and that is exactly the theme of pretty much any blog post or article call written by like a woman of color about tanning like the headline is usually in all caps. Yes black women do Tan and we can get Tan. I mean there's even this notion that African Americans aren't even capable of tanning which I don't really understand because that demonstrates the person doesn't understand how like Maulana sites work and skin pigment and how we react to the sun but it's not just an issue of possibly you know your skin darkening as a result of being in the sun but actually wanting to get that look at that right bronzed glow yeah and I mean hello. We've been reading. I've been reading women's magazines forever that Tau Tanning real or fake you know tanning beds sun or sun cream as a way to hide flaws conceal sell. Ulli make yourself look a little thinner or whatever or just like you've been don't vacation <hes> which again ties into the whole like class and leisure thing which will get into <hes> but yeah again this is that is a driving force for a lot of people no matter your ethnicity. I have a one of my best friends is Korean and I realized one of my best friends is Korean <hes> <hes> it's not like that and every summer she just she loves tanning. She loves to get Lebron's look and she was telling me about how some of her friends back back home. We're like you know. Why do you need to get darker. You're already like bays. You know you're fine and but she loved getting this. Tan Lines in the summer getting a little darker getting a little color color so that you don't look as she put it like sick when you go back from summer vacation yeah I mean because of course in Asia. It's far likelier that the beauty ideal is to be as Pale as possible. You'll see your women walking around with umbrellas and big hats on shading the sun as much as possible but I do WanNa get back really quickly to black women tanning for a minute because this definitely is going to tie into our next next podcast which is all about color them <hes> in a having imposed blog about yes. Black girls also Tan Melissa. Lisa Henderson wrote something that jumped out to me she wrote black girls tend to these girls are not one type of people is just putting color as them in another our category letting other morals take precedence in one's life so whether you choose to Instagram your Tan or prefers sitting poolside tanning tanning is a beautiful thing and that insistence that yes we tan and also hey. It's totally fine mine and not weird at all that we would wanNA. Tan is another theme that you see in a lot of <hes> these blog posts in particular like first person pieces about it <hes> for instance there was a piece over at black girl long hair talking about <hes>. I think it was a beauty blogger who a few years ago put up a side by side of her before and after getting a spray Tan and <hes> it was on youtube and half the comments. Were really supportive of saying. Oh you know I I was about to do the spray Tan too. I'm glad to see that it looks good etcetera etcetera and then the other half being completely dumbfounded ended as to why on Earth would you want to be darker you you look so much better with lighter skin and that question though which the blogger raised in relation into that of is at seeding a quote unquote privilege we'll talk about more in the next episode that comes with lighter skin and how like strange aged.
"spray tan" Discussed on Heather Dubrow's World
"So I ran upstairs to get it. Anyway, weirdly, it she finally like Hoon your thing. Together got to work give me this breakdown. Oh my gosh feet. Still look like lepers, so gross took a picture for you. I think you may have posted we'll post it again. But this is what I want to tell you. I had bought this stuff awhile ago, and I used it, and I love it. What is it? It's called Neutrogena believe it's called Neutrogena micro missed self Tanner. Oh, all right. So my favorite sunscreen is the Neutrogena spray. Okay. Because it's one hundred. Yes, it's one hundred doesn't smell again. It goes on really easy and just like it almost makes your skin like glossy. Yes. Yes. And it's not sticky, and you can just kind of spray it, it's good and Terry doesn't know it's one hundred so I can spray him, whatever. So they have this self Tanner bought it a while ago. And I went to spray it on a tissue. And I realized it's clear because it's a developing self Tanner. I guess I was thinking of it more like a makeup developing self Tanner. It's like getting spray tan you like rate in there the color. Yeah. No. It goes on clear, and then it develops is at scary. Because you don't know how much you're putting on totally. Yeah. Here's the thing. So it's a no, by the way, I was so more worried about it that I went on the website look at your direction to see if there was any already anything really wasn't because they were like for more information go to W red oak on there. No, not so much. Okay. You don't rub it in you. Don't rub it in, but you can spray it from any angle because it's it's like like a mist scenario, Saul. Right. But you know, like when you sometimes you spray clung on certain parts of your body. And then so the only thing they said was like when you're like spray it in a line, right? And get off of it at the end. It's giving yourself like your own spray. Ten. Yeah. And so I had the actual spray tan on Thursday because that was the day I could get it done. And then we're leaving Saturday. So by Saturday. You know, I'd already been worked out. Why say take a few showers rush rush. So thought I'm going to try it. I'm gonna live on the edge here. And then I was thinking oh my God. Is it going to spray over my bathroom pop-up tent? But I threw caution to the wind. And how much worse could it. Really right seriously. So I got two of them. I got one that says two shades darker than your skin, and I got one that says three shades darker decided to use the two shades safe just to be a little safe after you. It was incredibly easy to put on just sprayed it everywhere. I did was I sprayed the front of each of the legs of stripes. And then I sprayed the backs and I bent over and sprayed the under bought. Yeah. Yeah. And then I stood up. And you know, obviously, the my right hand he about whole, right? Yeah. And had my hair up, and I turned around. So I could look at it. And I sprayed like my whole back. Yeah. And neck, and did it take for you to actually see the color will they say, I think they said it takes four to six hours to develop an it takes five minutes to dry. So after I sprayed it. Oh 'cause I did the day we were leaving. So after I sprayed it. I took my blow dryer out, and I put it on cold, and I dried it. Yeah. And then I got dressed and you saw difference. Totally even oh good. Not orange and doesn't smell and it doesn't smell interest. It was really nice. Okay. So now, I want to try the darker one. Oh god. Let's not get carried away. You know, what I'd like to.
"spray tan" Discussed on The Viall Files
"I remember I was I was getting ready for some kind of shoot. And I was like I don't know what to wear and I'm going to have to trust. But then I'm thinking about I gotta get hair extensions. I'm thinking spray tan, and she goes, it doesn't matter. She goes your not a beauty. You never will be. You're not beautiful your average in. That's fine. And I was like you phases to me. I was like, I'm all right? And she was like, you're not your average, and I go, and she goes, you're funny. That's what people are seeing you for. And I was devastated by years later, and it hurts. It hurts. But here's the thing. She goes you. She goes, you're not a model, and you're never going to be a model. Nikki let it go in. And I think that for so long. I was so resentful of people that were just because I have a sister who was born like with model looks she looks like a model. Oh, she was the child who would it was me and my sister, and we would go to restaurants and hostesses would stop my mom and say this child needs to be a model. I would be like, hey, what should I be in there like a model train enthusiast? Assistant learn. Yeah. Exactly. Learn a skill 'cause you're gross. And so I I always I was so resentful that I wasn't born just with model Lux. And when my therapist said that she said, I have models in here. All the time. You don't wanna be that? Because all they there whole self worth is wrapped up in how good they look and they haven't developed any. They don't know how to be anything else, and it sucks for them because we all are going to age we all age. Lose our looks even if you're the hottest person the world, you're gonna age and lose it and models have a really hard time. Because when that goes away you have nothing else..
"spray tan" Discussed on LadyGang
"Sheila. I love Sheila. Sheila likes you. She sometimes sending text messages after ears, and she goes, you're looking a little dead. You need a spray tan. All right. It's not wrong on that note what's at time for. Yes. It was terrible. It's things now Rebecca in, and now it's time for. Thank you. Thank you. Oh, no. Ogier Jack Vanak. Let's start with you because Jack requested to go first because she's so nervous. I said she would throw up if she didn't go. I I need to get it over with. So the hard part of my day is over so I can just Shug a bunch of Roseanne get pretty dry. It's trail. Is everybody a little bit tipsy right now. Are you gonna find her stories money. No, probably not. We're so Nyerere -taining. Okay. So I'm sorry Kelty but my good week is kind of a little bit of a bad week. Oh, my. Fine. Bill, how much that really grinds gears however it is the most Jack Vanik thing that has ever happened to me in my entire life. So it kind of like comes back to a good week. So the other weekends, I mean, it's a lady in you could save this for like a shitty, regular Tuesday. That's all our live event in New York City. I like throwing you off a little bit. It really makes me happy to get you all stressed out. Okay. So good week I was out of our last weekend. I know shocker, I was not a bar. I was drinking. I love you. So the World Cup was last weekend or the weekend before I don't remember which we can. It was I don't give a shit about the World Cup. However, what I give a shit about is drinking first thing in the morning, something like seven AM. There's a game. There's going to be a bar full of hot British guys. I am in. I don't. I don't even know who's playing, don't care, don't they have small penises though. British raise think they're uncertain and they're uncircumcised. Listen incised. I don't discriminate, but I'm just saying I've had my fair share. Oh. Anyways, I didn't see a penis day. Subway shock. Oh. So I was at one of my go-to bars on the west side. I get their six AM. I'm like, this is prime time for an apple spreads. I'm ready to go. And I sit myself right in front of the big-screen TV at this bar because I'm like, I get a good view of all the hawk is watching this show so then or the game. So I can see like all these holidays, right? So I'm sitting at the bar like waiting for the game to start. Nothing's on the TV's. Yeah. The bar is like super packed because I mean, if anybody went to a World Cup game, it's like insane. And you know everybody's filing in the bars. Crazy. The bartenders are all like crazy with getting drinks. So the guy, one of the bartenders hands me the remote and he's like, turn on the game when there's like five minutes before the game. So it's like six, fifty five in the morning, and I'm like, you know, it's my time to shine. I'm gonna turn on the game. Got it. The TV turns on and I'm flipping through the channels and I'm like, ooh, h. l..
"spray tan" Discussed on The IVY Podcast
"Did like while trump's got spray tan and he's got the little hands and you know what that means ladies i'm like you poor guy like you suck at this do you not like why are you even doing this but it's again it's the same thing as the church marquees ads like once one guy has broken the glass on the funny everybody's got to try to do or you just look dumb and out of touch and i honestly think that helps get him elected so the other side then when people disagreed there's something now hope laughed at his own right and it's you know writing funny signs of protests when people were protesting someone had a sign that you wrote about it said we brought you hamas have some respect or something like that right like what are what are the pros and cons of this you know as you know i it's maybe something goes viral or is it is lightening the mood a little bit too much yeah that's a tricky question i think we're seeing something very new in comedy today like comedy has been satirical like back to the greeks you know like like we think the peloponnesian war is bad and i'm going to write the sassy play about the air is but i think comedy is doing this thing today where it's not just against things anymore like it doesn't just fun at the bad guy like we're starting to see more comedy that actually like dances a positive agenda and advocates for something like i was watching like honda all indian american comic and he he just did a documentary about like abu like what it's like to have this racist simpson's scare you know possibly racists simpsons character carrots are kind of define your childhood and he doesn't our of stand up a lot of it is like very serious issues about race in america and immigration and changing demographics and you know he's getting laughs it's a very earnest kind of thing and this is worked in other places like serbia serbian dictator was brought down in part because of because of jokes like people it was it was forbidden to do protests people kind of do these guerrilla things where they like put a picture of milosevic on the street quarter with a sign vietnam baseball bats at assigned being like hit me or whatever and the cops would come but what can they do the rest of the dummy because there's no way for the state to fight back into these kind of mischievous pranks it's a really kind of fertile area for protest i think because it's very hard for the man to put down without looking stupid someone who's kind of creating change to a level they probably didn't anticipate john oliver you talk a bit about the john oliver effect journalists have talked or social commentators talking about this john oliver affect whereby john oliver will do again like fifteen minutes about some serious issue you know statehood for puerto rico something that was non anybody's radar but he'll do fifteen minutes about it and like you will actually the policy change and there's been like a half a dozen of these cases you know he he talks about how like bail laws are super unjust something nobody was thinking about and like within the week the blasio announced that new york was going to like change some of its bail guidelines there was one about how like some kind of law about chicken farming was like super unfair to small farmers and basically been written by agribusiness like millennials were not like all up in arms about purdue chicken but like all of it is fifty minutes on this and then like the very next time the house considers this bill like that that line is mysteriously absent so we are starting to see real world change because comedy persuasive way to frame it what's in store for the future of comedy is going to be oversaturated are we there already like where do you see going this is a very hard prediction to making the book because a lot along with more and more jobs blanketing us everyday jokes are getting super extreme in many ways like their jokes are come out as faster than ever before like the average sitcom has two to three times the joke density that it did in the sixties the jokes are like stranger and more sophisticated like.
"spray tan" Discussed on WGN Radio
"Spray tan you don't want him sitting well hopefully it's jive idea and that this event so we're meeting for pictures at like four thirty but the graduation until seven like and then you can feed them some pasta with the white dresses on oh yeah you're supposed to sign them with a snack that's what they said so because they then they go right to a party right after graduation so knew it's very exciting and then they get goodie bags those the last eighth grade graduation i went to this it's been a few years as my niece and i remember it was game six of the stanley cup final in two thousand ten the blackhawks in philadelphia and everybody's got their just trying to very discreetly hold their phones in their laps and so they can follow the game in the early going well i don't even think it was being street but i think yeah so i but i was just following game tracker san trying to keep track of it and then there was a party afterwards at a restaurant everyone's gathered around the tv's watching the game and of course that's the game or came scored overtime all the blackhawks won the cup you can only imagine maybe the eighth graders worth the center of attention that night i started to say seems kind of unfair yeah sex stanley cup final we're gonna get traffic here vic what's coming up at six thirty day we'll have an update on the medical condition of a five year old who was shot in the port heights and traffic sponsored by credit karma fire activity for south that fire has been put out at the apartment building in rogers park to we at clark though is still blocked off with fire cleanup so take ridge road or sheridan to get around that also clear that eastbound eighty ninety four accident at grants out of the two rod right lanes and an accident outbound side of the ryan just cleared at fifty first kennedy about thirty minutes in both directions between o'hare in downtown in by nine fifty two fifty three forty for mannheim thirty two from the.
"spray tan" Discussed on New Jersey 101.5
"I hope you do because it has been brought to our attention by some folks in the news room that the boston globe just took a huge swipe at our state i mean this is nasty it is petty too it's real y'all yeah it's really nasty now i'm gonna ask please if you can spare a couple of minutes as i read this to you try to pay attention of this i know everybody's really busy but try to pay attention of this and if you've got time call us at just give us reaction a to this the boston globe ram a story and the headline is forget scenic traditions trump vacations in the land of spray tan's because of course he's here in new jersey seventy david gatien and it's written by a map visor and an any the lead in ski maybe at the end of this we should give their email addresses for anybody who wants to give them a little love so here's the story there's been an unspoken norm among presidents that their vacations are glamorous or at the very least scenic in election years they tend to bow more to the masses but most other years or set aside for mixing with elites listening to foghorns strolling on ocean fronts yachting golfing horseback riding president trump who delights in thumbing his nose at the country's cosmopolitan class is using his first presidential break starting friday to send the fresh version of that message.