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Woman ditches 'tiger bread' fake tan & transforms by embracing her 'pale' skin

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transformation after ditching the tan and embracing being 'pale'.Chelsea Kerr-Stennett used to be a fake tan enthusiast and never thought she would fully ‘love’ who she actually was behind the bronzing product.But after being inspired by TikTok user @bellexchristina, Chelsea decided to start to learn how to embrace her natural skin colour. READ MORE: Woman undergoes 'Pretty Woman' transformation after ditching lip fillers and lashes After spending years smothering herself in the tan, the blonde beauty has now revealed her transformation - and has left people stunned.In a TikTok clip that has racked up 40,000 views, Chelsea first shared a series of snaps in her fake tanning heyday.She posed for a mirror selfie as she flashed her knicker line to show the contrast between the fake tan and her natural pigment.Her chest appeared patchy where the tan had been on her body for a while, Chelsea admitted: “I would have rather had tiger bread scales than show my true colour.”It even got to the point where she would “never go outdoors” without her beloved tan applied.However, that was all about to change.With a little help from TikTok user Belle and some 'pale' skinned celebrities, Chelsea realised that her natural ‘pale’ skin was not something to hide.Get all the biggest Lifestyle news straight to your inbox. Sign up for the free Daily Star Hot Topics newsletterThe babe then posted a series of pictures of herself oozing confidence as she grinned without all of the fake tan on.“Finding love in my own skin and embracing my paleness”, Chelsea shared.Amazed at her transformation, many people fled to the comments to praise the stunner for being able to embrace her skin - and she has even inspired others to ditch the tan themselves.One.

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