A pale fact

Friday, August 02, 2013

Despite being called the "Golden Age of Spain," having a tan was a serious beauty faux pas back then. In an effort to maintain a porcelain complexion, young women would eat clay, even though it often caused anemia or chlorosis!

Toodle-oo

Lisa xx

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8 comments

  1. They wouldn't have to if they were me :P I am so pale even when I sit in the sun :P

    Katie xx | Katies World

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    1. Oh im the same hunny like a milk bottle haha

      Lx

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  2. Thanks for the fact!

    I want to invite you to my first giveaway ! http://www.gwiyomistyle.net/2013/08/giveaway-clothing-from-ahaishopping.html

    It will be nice if you can join!

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    1. Thanks hunny we will check out your blog.

      Lx

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  3. I wish pale was fashionable again... I would be one hot mama! Lol :)

    Sarah
    Eyeshadow Addicts Anonymous

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  4. I also joke that I make the Cullins look tan. But I don't mind being pale at all. I think I look odd with a tan (all fake bake, no sun)

    Mana
    Fashion and Happy Things

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Carrieanne xx

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