Ed Westwick, Oompa Loompas, Hugh Jackman, Valentino (Getty)
And because all things in life relate back to a 'Friends' episode, here's orange Ross.
Tanorexia used to be a label reserved for the likes of Paris Hilton
and the cast of Jersey Shore
. But it looks like some of Hollywood's hunkiest A-listers are getting in on the action. How else can we explain the recent prominence of orange faces on the red carpet? Valentino
has made it his thing to be DayGlo orange year round, but since when did Hugh Jackman
start working at Willy Wonka's Chocolate Factory?
As a naturally pale (aka practically translucent) person, I totally get the desire to not look like Casper's blond cousin (Seriously, if one more person asks me if I'm sick or tired I may scream. I'm just this white people!). But you see, self-tanning, much like potato chips, should be approached with strict self-control.
So listen up, extreme fake tanning will not
make you look younger, healthier or sexier. It will only make you look more orange. And take it from us, it's always better to be a little on the pasty side, than to look like you recently OD'ed on carrot juice.