The Sun will bleach your hair, and darken your skin to a brown. Look at Tom Hanks in Cast Away. That's a depiction of what happens in the real world. The term your looking for is Platinum Blond Hair. Most things are just worldly fads recycling, all the island people out there that do have blond hair and dark skin(those that do) don't look fake, and skin cancer."in about 5-10 years they're going to be an extremely high skin cancer risk" is physical and genetic, those of fair skin may or may not be predisposed to cancers of many types. Assuming, and believing something to be unhealthy or fake is a majority thing it seems this past decade. Spreading negativity brings much negativity to everything around. Examples of a few "dyed(not fake) blond hair" but lovely people who tan: Tricia Helfer, Marissa Miller, Heidi Klum. All natural brunettes, an come to think of it, all healthy looking, all like those who have lived tan most of there life in the world, like island people of the past hundreds of years.are not at an extremely high skin cancer risk. So many things cause cancer, and there are too many things to take into account before blindly commenting about other people of the world. The fact is my grandfather has had a tan a majority of his life, he's in his late 90's, had one cancerous mole that was irritating, and got it removed. His tan did nothing, he is however losing himself mentally, and physically an is weakening from age. "A total turnoff" is judging. Orange fake tans, and cheap blond dye jobs are just as unattractive as people complaining about looks definitely though. Dark tans, and platinum blond hair together is possibly the most attractive thing ever. With someone who is athletic in physique, it means they may enjoy the sun and the vitamins it gives, they may have for many years, layering a tan, building protection from it, and that they may have bleached their hair from being in sun rays for that long in layers. However to judge before asking them would be insulting to the human race.
natural tanning has been done for thousands of years. light blonde hair, and dark skin is like chiaroscuro. The balance of light and dark, or "contrast". Contrast is beautiful, it is difference, change, like negativity changing into the positive, or judging changing into asking. Age does not magically change from tanning, and neither does tanning magically cause major health risks. Even the studies that have gone on with tanning beds are done with little regard to real statistical analysis. The human race would have to study genetics, safe tanning under the sun, healthy living habits, among a million other factors involved. I see many people from The Sourthern part of the Americas Continent that are tan and living long healthy lives. Actually over many hundreds of years. I have some white friends that look like that. Who is anyone to judge them being who they are, and what's going to happen to them. That's just wrong