Translation of fake tan in Spanish:

fake tan

bronceado artificial, n.

Pronunciation /ˌfeɪk ˈtæn/ /feɪk ˈtan/


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    bronceado artificial masculine
    • In reality, others see a vain, self-centred man who would be utterly transparent were it not for his fake tan.
    • The other solution is to get a fake tan.
    • You haven't got a fake tan, I take it.
    • He had torn his left biceps eight weeks earlier doing bent-over rows; the day of the show, only a fake tan hid the discoloration.
    • Ditch the fake tan; you will laugh at how tacky it looks next year in photographs.
    • The fragile fancy hats and fake tans last as long as the bar opening hours.
    • I've never had a fake tan.
    • Despite all the advice on how fake tans are a much safer solution, sometimes the temptation to grill yourself underneath the sun's rays is just too strong.
    • All that remains for my transformation to be complete: the haircut and the fake tan.
    • Australians have taken on board messages from the anticancer lobby about the dangers of relying on a fake tan to prevent sunburn.
    • So if you're taking a trip outside in the sunshine to show off your new fake tan, you'll still need to use some sun cream.
    • You might be thinking, why does a raven-haired, olive-skinned Italian goddess need a fake tan?
    • My fake tan was a huge success - so much so a colleague asked if I'd been on holiday.
    • Just remember that no matter how amazing and ahead of the seasons you may feel with your fake tan, don't make a habit of wearing white every day to accentuate it.
    • "Take a freshwater shower immediately after going into the swimming pool or sea, as chlorine and salt water can cause fake tans to go patchy."
    • Her fake tan and platinum bleach job aren't helping matters, either.
    • They had fake tans and wore big earrings, and they always had pop songs blasting from the radio in the kitchen.