Tanning oil/lotion. You can go to the tanning salon and use the booths. You should do it gradually. If you're outside, go for 12 minutes the first time then the next day go for either 12 or 15 (depending on how your skin tone/reaction is). If you use a tanning booth, go 7 or 8 minutes to get your base tan then go back the next day for about 9 or 10. The person working at the salon should give you a better judgement on the time considering your skin and the tanning booths available (there's different kinds). No, a burn will not increase your tan. If you get burnt as your base "tan" then your layer of "tan" will be burnt, any other layers added onto it will just be burnt layers. Tan layers only add onto tans unless you burn then you will burn more afterwords if your skin isn't healed, burnt layers only add onto burnt layers. If you're burnt, wait a few days til your skin heals before going back out to try to tan.
Also, you need to realize that tanning is not safe and can cause cancer. Spray tans are a lot healthier and will give you the same result. If you go to a tanning salon, or even apply the lotion yourself, there's a lot of new options that will give you a natural look and not an orange glow like the myth.
please don't get burnt in the sun, you might as well get skin cancer. lol I am an indian, have a tanned body. Would love to have white skin. lol I don't understand why don't you appreciate yourself. same applies to me ,vice-versa.
um any kind of tan burns your skin...its why white people get "brown" or "tan" and black people get "darker" -- think of it this way, if you sit out in the sun for too long its basically like sitting on a grill...not really but you get my point
if you're going to a tanning bed, I would suggest doing a stand up (thats what I do) bed and go in for 6min on your first run. then on the second time I'd do 8, then 8 again, then 10...i never go longer than 10 min...stand up are the fastest...if you do a lay down one the timing is the same. you'll be albe to feel yourself burning if you go - at least you should
youre not gonna want to "burn" yourself just to get a tan, its way too uncomfortable. Just start small
the best way and less harmful way is natural tanning on the beach or in the sun...although any kind of tanning is unhealthy TBH...if you're gonna go outside, it depends on how hot it is...i usually do 15min one side, 15min the other...but then again if I'm in teh caribbean I'll do 8-10 one side and 8-10 the other...it all depends on how hot the sun is where you are outside...
anyways yeah that's all I really know and that's what I do