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    Jan 28, 2010 10:09 AM GMT
    Heyya guys... this might seem like a stupid question but I have one of those difficult skins, I have always been so envious of guys with a nice bronze color. Bronze, olive or brown just seems to look so much better than white lol. Now for the question... How does someone like me obtain that color because no matter how much I tan, all that happens is: I get red, then I turn white again... Even if try to obtain a tan really slowly it just goes from white to pink to white... and then to pealing lol.
    Is there anything like melanin injections or something I can get from a plastic surgion???icon_rolleyes.gif
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    Jan 28, 2010 10:14 AM GMT
    not much you can safely do about it mate.

    But, plenty of guys think fair skin is hot on the right guy, I do.
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    Jan 28, 2010 10:33 AM GMT
    ....;personally i like pale dudes.
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    Jan 28, 2010 10:39 AM GMT
    if you let a dude cum all over ur face and rub it in ur set. cum has sunscreen stuff in it so mix it with ur favorite moisturiser.

    u dont wanna go out lookin like this
  • drypin

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    Jan 28, 2010 11:00 AM GMT
    Don't change it... celebrate it.
  • Timbales

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    Jan 28, 2010 1:16 PM GMT
    I embraced my milky paleness long ago, skin cancer and premature aging isn't worth it.

    You can try spray tanning, though.
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    Jan 28, 2010 4:05 PM GMT
    Hey epnico, I know how you feel. My family is very mixed race, but very disappointingly, in my particular corner (Mom, my bother and sister and I) we came out white for some reason. We do tan extraordinarily well, but that didn't stop my getting basal skin carcinoma as a result. Right on the face - had third surgery two weeks ago. Nice scar, says Bill.


    -Doug of meninlove
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    Jan 28, 2010 4:05 PM GMT
    Very fair skinned here. Never tan, always burn.
    Don't care if people find it hot or not... it's what came with the package.
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    Jan 28, 2010 4:11 PM GMT
    White skin does it for me, I think it's really hot. My bf is white, pale whatever u want to call him, he is a hottie.
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    Jan 28, 2010 4:14 PM GMT
    when you tan, wear a good amount of tanning lotion all over your body. Lotion specifically for tanning. do it little by little. maybe a 10 min session every 2 days. Also, eat lots of carrots! seriously. lol
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    Jan 28, 2010 4:19 PM GMT
    The other day, I was on cam in one of the RJ chat rooms, when someone (without a profile pic) asked when was the last time my body had seen sunlight. It kinda pissed me off because it was an unneccessary comment. But my answer was... "a long time, I like to take care of my skin". I can tan... and can get really dark if I were to put a little effort into it. I use to be totally into being tan and was moderately obsessed with it. But do you see what these men and women who constantly turn themselves into crispy critters look like when they get older? Not to mention the dangers of skin cancer if you are out in the sunlight (my thoughts on tanning beds are still neutral). Oh, and tanning lotions and bronzers... well to me, they don't look real.
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    Jan 28, 2010 4:20 PM GMT
    Melanotan II peptide should do the trick without a burn. But who knows about the long term safety.
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    Jan 28, 2010 4:21 PM GMT
    epnico saidHeyya guys... this might seem like a stupid question but I have one of those difficult skins, I have always been so envious of guys with a nice bronze color. Bronze, olive or brown just seems to look so much better than white lol. Now for the question... How does someone like me obtain that color because no matter how much I tan, all that happens is: I get red, then I turn white again... Even if try to obtain a tan really slowly it just goes from white to pink to white... and then to pealing lol.
    Is there anything like melanin injections or something I can get from a plastic surgion???icon_rolleyes.gif


    Silly.

    ASU had isolated MT-I and MT-II, the peptides that turn on the tanning response. They did it years ago. Don't waste money on the snake oil lotions and CRAP peddled by the local tanning place. Get some MT-II, take it, and you'll be BLACK. MT-1 and MT-II are used in preventing cancer in albino folks and high risk patients, but, also used for invoking the tanning response in folks who want it. It's safe, uses your own response, and WORKS...EVERY TIME.

    https://www.tanresearch.com/index.php

    Some of the folks here are very ignorant. MT-II has been around for years now, and is very safe, and gives you a REAL tan, using your OWN body.

    www.iamtan.com

    http://www.google.com/search?hl=en&source=hp&q=ASU1ii&cts=1264695770283&aq=f&aql=&aqi=&oq=

    You can't go wrong with MT-II. Prices vary because it's still considered a research chemical. It is NOT illegal.

    Prices vary from a low of around $10, on up to $140, or even more. You'll need to shop around, but, the tanresearch site has been going for a long time. I have no experience with them, but, I know folks who have and that have had a good experience.

    MT-II, use properly, can take someone that's as fair as can be and make them nearly black, if that's what you want.
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    Jan 28, 2010 4:22 PM GMT
    YngHungSFSD saidMelanotan II peptide should do the trick without a burn. But who knows about the long term safety.



    OMG! It's YngHungSFSD!!!!!! lol, too cool...
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    Jan 28, 2010 5:17 PM GMT
    REPOSTING MY 1/24/10 COMMENT FROM A RELATED THREAD:

    People who ignore the health risks of tanning do so for vanity's sake. So instead of addressing this from a health perspective, in the spirit of vanity I put forth this for their consideration:

    I like the water but hate the sun. Nearly a quarter century ago they made fun of me because I was the only guy in the Fire Island Pines who used a beach umbrella and wore sunblock and a big floppy hat. (Still do.) Today I still enjoy the surf but now people say I've hardly aged a day. Aside from possibly extending my life I've indisputably extended my shelf life. Think about that the next time you bake in a tanning booth. If you must look tan, please consider self tanners.

    IN ADDITION TO STATE BANS ON TANNING BED USE FOR MINORS, SINCE 1/24/10 THERE HAS BEEN EVEN MORE LOBBYING FOR TANNING BED REGULATION, SEE: http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/35089408/
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    Jan 28, 2010 5:20 PM GMT
    Pale is the new black.

    I also think of the sun and burn. Just accept it and know that some guys find it hot.

    I'm sort of dating a South Asian guy now, and the difference in skin tone is pretty amazing to see.
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    Jan 28, 2010 5:31 PM GMT
    matt45710 saidPale is the new black.


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    Cool. I'm the IN thing now! I'm so pale I can bring in ships at night.

    I actually did not think pale was hot until seeing the movie "Powder". Guy was hot.
  • Stephan

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    Jan 28, 2010 5:34 PM GMT
    All variations of skin is color is what makes us so attractive!
    Someone said, "Embrace your own skin", and that's all you need!
    I enjoy my Olive skin and repsect and admire others beautiful skin tones and colors!
    Enjoy the Human Race!
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    Jan 28, 2010 6:46 PM GMT
    I like tan guys, not into pale white but everybody has their preference. i work outside so Im always getting sun and I definitely look better in the spring/summer with the tan
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    Jan 28, 2010 6:51 PM GMT
    epnico saidHeyya guys... this might seem like a stupid question but I have one of those difficult skins, I have always been so envious of guys with a nice bronze color. Bronze, olive or brown just seems to look so much better than white lol. Now for the question... How does someone like me obtain that color because no matter how much I tan, all that happens is: I get red, then I turn white again... Even if try to obtain a tan really slowly it just goes from white to pink to white... and then to pealing lol.
    Is there anything like melanin injections or something I can get from a plastic surgion???icon_rolleyes.gif


    I'm going to echo eagermuscle. Be very careful. If you're staying in the sun long enough (and without enough protection) that you peel, you may end up very sorry one of these days. And I'm talking about health more than appearance. No one enjoys skin cancer, and it can be fatal.
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    Jan 28, 2010 6:52 PM GMT
    I never had a problem with my tan, lol I have noticed that the spray tanning is getting huge here in L.A Now you can get abs sprayed on to look like your on the 300 movie set. I think here in California the tan guys get more attention than the pale ones. I do like the pale guys on twilight thou.
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    Jan 28, 2010 6:56 PM GMT
    I like being pale. I say don't mess with trying to change it.
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    Jan 28, 2010 6:59 PM GMT
    hmm well people are right dont change yourself lots of guys will find you attractive as you are. being a 'olive/bronze' skinned guy ( depending on the seasons icon_lol.gif ) i will date any guy except from my own race (although there are exceptions), i guess we always want what we dont have.
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    Jan 28, 2010 7:06 PM GMT
    I'm afraid there's nothing you can do. It's in your genes. Just please use sunscreen when you plan to be under the sun for a few hours. To protect your skin from burning and being red, and to avoid skin cancer. You're especially prone to that.
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    Jan 28, 2010 7:08 PM GMT
    Get a spray tan or buy your own self-tanner at the grocery / drug store.