TO stave off boredom while in lockdown people are deep cleaning, doing DIY projects and taking up new hobbies.
Beauty regimes have also suffered with all shops and salons closed, as people are forced to give themselves haircuts and attempt to do their own nails and eyelashes.
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There have been a fair few tanning fails as well, but one woman beats the lot after intentionally giving herself a bonkers makeover using fake tan.
After reaching peak boredom she used strips of sellotape all over her body – including her face – to create bizarre tanning stripes.
The tanning fan shared a video of her efforts to Facebook group Isolation Nation, saying: “Staying indoors all day is not healthy for me.”
In the clip she starts by wrapping thick pieces of tape around her legs, before tanning them with her usual mitt.
She then moves on to her arms, and as the camera pans upwards she reveals that she’s also tanned stripes onto her face.
We're not sure whether it’s an homage to Netflix documentary Tiger King or whether she’s reached new depths of boredom, but her barmy video has racked up dozens of confused comments.
Despite rocking a very interesting look, people think her wacky makeover is brilliant.
One person said: “OMG , WHAT YOU DOING.”
Another wrote: “Isolation winning.”
A third asked: “The real question here is… Will it wash off?? Or are you stripey for a while??”
This person thought: “Zebra crossing.”
While another added: “You tanned yourself like that?”
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Meanwhile a beauty fan ended up with massive Adidas branding on her leg after major fake tan fail.
And a ‘super pale’ woman reveals how to fake amazingly realistic tan using just two products.
Meanwhile fake tan fans share photos of their at-home fails as they get orange hands and muddy faces during lockdown.
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