The idea of perfect tanning has been around since the 1950s, but the latest trend is less about tanning and more about being the perfect model.
A few months ago, the Omaha World-Herald reported that the trend was spreading to the Pacific Northwest, as well as Europe and Australia.
In fact, one company is offering its customers the option of using a machine to get a “perfect tan,” which involves the entire skin being peeled off, so that the model can look their best and make a few hundred dollars more.
It is a way for model to become more attractive to clients, said John Bowers, president of the model-designing company, and it can be extremely expensive.
“It’s a business,” he said.
“The only way to make a profit is to go to the best tanneries.”
The Omaha World Herald reported that one model’s personal experience of being a perfect model is to leave a “beautiful, smooth skin.”
Another said she had to “pull my hair back” to get “a perfect tan.”
“You’re basically doing the best thing you can,” said a woman who requested to remain anonymous.
Another said, “I have to get that perfect tan to look good for the customers.”
A spokeswoman for the Omaha-based company said, ”We’ve had to pay some photographers to do their jobs.
“She added, “We’re working on changing the process so we can do it better.
“One of the most popular models in the area is a 26-year-old model named Kelly Linn.
She has been in the business since the age of 11, working as a model for Playboy.
She said she used to have to wear makeup and keep her hair in a ponytail and a braid.
But I’ve never had a bad tan. “
When I started, my skin was very oily,” she said.
“But I’ve never had a bad tan.
I’ve had lots of fun.”
Kelly Linn, who works for the model agency Glamour Model Agency, is in her first year of tanning in the Pacific Southwest, and she said the process is “not that bad.”
“I know it’s very difficult, but I’ve learned so much from it,” she told the Omaha Star-Hemmer.
I have done the best I can and have a great time, she said, adding that she was surprised when she got the call.
She said she would not hesitate to do another tan.
“I just don’t want to stop,” she added.
She added that she does not plan to have a second “perfect skin” before she leaves.
“When I’m done with this, I’m ready for the next one.”
According to the Omaha Herald, the new trend has spread to the U.S. and Canada.
The trend of a “pure” tan is gaining popularity.
A New York City-based fashion photographer said that his clients, especially the younger ones, have been asking him to do “a natural tan.”
He added that this has led to the demand for the “perfect, pure” tan.
This trend is not limited to models.
A model who works with Glamor Models said that it is now common to have “a nice tan” and “a smooth tan” when they first begin modeling.
The trend is also spreading to other aspects of the modeling industry, such as tattooing, where “perfect-skin” tattoos are more common than ever.
Tattoo artist John DeSantis, who has worked with models for 20 years, said that he has had to make changes to his process in the past.
He said that clients are now more demanding, with many demanding to see a complete body transformation, or to have their “perfectly skinned” before they get a tattoo.