Woman horrified with fake tan fail as she ends up dyeing her toenails a gross shade of brown

A WOMAN’S fake tanning session backfired badly after she ended up dyeing her toenails a gross shade of brown. 

We all know to wear gloves when applying tan so we don’t ruin our nails – or darken our hands – but it seems one woman forgot the golden rule of fake tanning. 

Rather than wearing socks, putting Vaseline on her toes or applying tan with a brush to avoid her nails, she slathered the tan all over herself. 

To her horror when she went to remove the colour, she discovered it had turned her nails a fetching shade of yellow-ish brown. 

Her sister, Bridget, shared a clip of her tanning mishap on TikTok, saying: “Fake tan will do u like that.”

The woman, a ballerina, seemingly wanted to give her feet a boost ahead of the warm weather, saying: “Sandal season is coming ladies.” 

Her mishap has racked up nearly two million views, as people sympathised with her situation. 

One person joked: “Mummified feet straight from the deepest coffins in Egypt.”

Someone else wrote: “I legit thought you were filming the feet of a corpse.”

A third commented: “I’m literally crying crying.”

Instantly recognising the beauty blunder, this person added: “Got them spray tan toes.” 

All we can suggest is slapping some dark nail polish over the top while it fades. 

Most read in Fabulous


My ex still shares a bed with our daughter, 8, I want him to stop – she’s too old


If you are constantly cold you need to get this £13 wrap-around hot water bottle


I paid £20 for a skimpy dress but a bin bag would've looked better


I wanted a tattoo on my arm – the ink had DISAPPEARED after three months

Meanwhile you can now get paid £1k to sit at home and pamper yourself for three months – and it’s the perfect lockdown job.

And these are the celebrity lookalike sisters you didn’t know about, including Stacey Solomon, Holly Willoughby and Christine Lampard.

Plus this poor student turns green like Fiona from Shrek after fake tan blunder.


    Source: Read Full Article