Woman Gives Herself Bizarre Fake Tan After Lockdown Boredom 'Took Over'
Ever wished you looked a bit more like a zebra? Me neither, but that's about the only viable explanation for the new fake tan Sharna Lakeland is rocking.
The 21-year-old, from South Kirkby, Pontefract, West Yorkshire, gave herself a new stripey look by taping off strips of her body and slapping on loads of fake tan.
The result, as you might expect, is very odd - and surprisingly difficult to remedy, apparently.
Speaking to The Mirror, she said: "I've been spending a lot of quality time with family, however boredom has taken over as you can see.
"I am very happy with the outcome and can say I'm still struggling to get if off. I was very shocked by how dark it was."
To be fair, it's arguably less embarrassing than the orange hands you see on some, who look like they've been burrowing in clay or something; at least Sharna was trying to look daft.
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To be fair to her though, she's far from the first person to give themselves an inadvisable new image inspired by isolation tedium; after all, there's never been a better time to look s**t.
Self-administering haircuts has been a particularly popular but dangerous new hobby for people in quarantine. However, if you fancy a trim and don't want the results to be disastrous then there is a solution - a fundraising solution no less.
Two mates and business partners from London have created 'Lockdown Haircut', which enables you to book a 20-minute remote appointment with a barber who will talk you through the process of giving yourself the hairstyle of your choice. Alternatively, you can let your lockdown buddy take control of the clippers, safe in the knowledge you're in the hands of your remote barber (sort of).
To get involved, all you need is WiFi, a webcam, a comb, clippers and £15 ($18.75). A fiver from your fee will go towards covering costs and VAT, while £7.50 ($9.38) will go to the barber and £2.50 ($3.13) will be donated to NHS Charities Together. The service also operates a salary sacrifice scheme, which gives the independent barbers the choice to donate all or some of their fee to the NHS too.
So you don't have to look like a t**t if you don't want to.
Let's all bring some positivity, support and fun to anyone who might find themselves in isolation as a result of the coronavirus spread. Need some entertainment? Join Isolation Nation: https://www.facebook.com/groups/coronasupport/
Featured Image Credit: Sharna Lakeland
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