Pale Skin in Summer: 5 Amazing Reasons To Love Your Pale Skin

Want to love your pale skin in summer?

When you have someone as beautiful, bold and talented as Taylor Swift shout to the whole world: “I don’t mind being pale,” then, living with your pale skin just became the hottest accessory of summer. While you may not believe your pale skin is gorgeous at this point but, let us indulge you with just five top reasons why you should feel happy in your pale skin:

Reason No. 1: Pale Is Being You

It’s the skin that you’ve been born with so how can it be so bad? Don’t allow yourself to be pushed to one end by mass media who have been telling people who they should be and how they should behave.

It’s quite different with social media but, the people tend to judge. See, when you’re confident in your own skin, you don’t have to live by anybody else’s standards. Sing with Christina Aguilera: “I am beautiful in every single way…”

Pale Is Being You

Be the true you

Reason No. 2: It Really Don’t Matter If You’Re Black Or White

Take the late, great Michael Jackson’s[3] word for it. At this point in history, there’s no reason why skin color should matter at all. Hear out the former US First Lady, Michelle Obama[1]: “No matter who you are, no matter where you come from, you are beautiful.” So, change you? There’s no need to!

It Really Don’t Matter If You’Re Black Or White

Accept how you are

Related: Summer Skin Care Tips: 7 Easy Ways to Protect Your Skin This Summer

Reason No. 3: You Shouldn’t Mind Being Pale To Protect Your Health

Above everything else, pale is in and tanning is out for the sake of your own health. You don’t ever have to deliberately get a sunburn to get bikini lines. Gone were the days when sun-kissed skin was in.

At a time when the World Health Organization[2] estimates that at least 3 million people suffer from different forms of skin cancers annually, you should do what you can not to become a mere statistic.

You Shouldn’t Mind Being Pale To Protect Your Health

Protect your health without getting bothered by pale skin

Reason No. 4: You Don’t Need Tanned Skin To Be Pretty

Every inch of your skin is beautiful and you are absolutely perfect! Real beauty takes being confident in your own skin. You define yourself not live by other people’s standards — that’s beauty. When you can embrace your pale skin and all of your outwardly and inwardly flaws, that is beauty. Although, you must appreciate that confidence is a trait women gain with deliberate practice. Now is the best time to learn.

You Don’t Need Tanned Skin To Be Pretty

Dont worry about tanned skin

Related: 8 Sunscreen Mistakes You Should Avoid This Summer

Reason No. 5: There Are Better Alternatives

If you want to try out darker skin just for the heck of it, don’t get your skin burned. Instead, resort to spray tans, self-tanners, bronzing makeup, and, just recently, bronzing face masks. Safer alternatives, same results.

There Are Better Alternatives

Find better alternatives

Conclusion

Are you ready to come out in your own skin this summer? You should because you’re beautiful! Have a robust sun care strategy in place to protect your skin even when it is the palest skin in your neighborhood. Live it up this summer and never regret a moment later.

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Melissa Snyte

Contributor: Melissa Snyte (The Beauty Insiders)

This Article Has Been Published on June 7, 2017 and Last Modified on February 14, 2019

Melissa Snyte has been a part of TheBeautyInsiders for over 6 years. Makeup is not just a hobby for her but it’s a lifestyle. She found her love with the beauty industry and began contributing her ideas in this field. In her free time she enjoys painting and gardening. Follow her on Twitter

 
 






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