Isn’t fake tan fun? Pick a hue between reddish-brown and brownish-orange, grab a bottle, apply liberally – taking care to use at least 50 percent of the bottle on your face – and if you miss any patches then don’t worry; we’re sure nobody will notice. At least, that must have been the thought process of some of these 25 Oompa Loompas. First up…
Assistant: “Can I help you madam?”
Assistant: “OK… Anything else?”
Assistant: “Yeah, I got that. Anythi…”
From the neck down it’s all business, but above the collar it’s spring break. Has anyone seen my black Sharpie?
Yikes. We reckon just looking at her counts as one of your five a day.
We guess it must be pretty hard to get the fake tan right into your ears. Don’t worry, buddy: now you’ve started melting, some color should run into those missed spots.
This just looks like a photo-negative of Ronald McDonald at Mardi Gras.
Check out Rambo here. He’s all kinds of brown: dark brown, light brown, not-quite-right brown. This guy’s face has more patches than a pirate party. Just… why?
Anyone know what color this is? Answers on a postcard. We’re calling it “If Olives Could Feel Pain”.
Isn’t it amazing how well fake tan catches the light? The thing is, from the back Ross Geller here is pale as hell. He should have counted the seconds Mississippilessly.
The girl at the bottom of the frame here looks like she’s trying to hide from whatever that is with the sunglasses. We’re not surprised. This guy is about 75 percent fake tan.
“Bro, did you pick up the fake tan?”
“Yeah, only one bottle though.”
“Ah, man… shall we just do our faces?”
“Yep. First, though, just lemme frost my hair until it’s no longer hair.”
It’s like someone put these guys in the stocks and pelted them with tomatoes as punishment for their unbelievably bad taste in clothes.
It looks like some of this guy’s painful fashion choices are just starting to rub off on his girl. Which is great, because he put too much on in the first place.
This glistening duo look like someone forced them through a wood-stain facial treatment and then put them on parade. Don’t cry, guys! Your fake tan will get all streaky.
Either this girl is really, really embarrassed about her wild-hair-and-eyebrows combination or she’s been pouting so hard that she’s popped some blood vessels.
Meet Jimmy. Jimmy will be your guide for tonight’s tanfastic tour of the Jersey Shore. Any tips will be much appreciated, because Jimmy spends $12,000 a year on fake tan and is struggling to feed his children.
It takes two to tango, but it only takes one to suggest looking in a mirror before heading out the door.
Ever since this sun-blushed tomato spotted Jersey Shore star Snooki’s style, she’s been trying her hardest to ketchup.
Maybe if you need your boyfriend to blow the fake tan dry you’re wearing just a little too much.
I’m sorry, but the part of Mrs. Potato Head in Toy Story 2 has already been filled. And for future reference, she isn’t actually a baked potato.
With his thick guy-liner and inhuman fake tan sheen, this guy is as awful as everyone else on this list. We’re only going to tell him from a distance, though.
Don’t ridicule this guy for his ridiculous fake tan or tiny eyebrows. He’s already halfway to Super Saiyan, and unfortunately his tiny chinstrap hasn’t stopped his rising hair from exposing his tan lines.
This couple have matched their terrible fake skin tones so perfectly that they look like they’ve used a face-swap app.
Patricia Krentcil is possibly the most high-profile entry on this list. The “Tanorexic Mom” came under serious scrutiny in 2012 when she was accused – before being absolved – of allowing her five-year-old daughter to use a tanning booth.
Two-finger salute, two-tone hair, two bottles of tan, and two seconds in any conversation before someone asks, “So is that your natural skin color?”
We imagine that this lady is permanently stuck in this position. She fake-tanned so hard that she set under layers and layers of hardened fakery.