Girl, 13, left looking like an Oompa-Loompa after mistakenly using ultra-dark fake tan01/26/2021
A TEEN girl turned into an Oompa-Loompa after mistakenly using an ultra-dark tan lotion.
Keira Domachowski, 13, got a St Moriz 1 Hour Fast Tan mousse as she wanted quick results.
But the schoolgirl only realised its shade was “Darker Than Dark” when it was too late.
Stunned mum Carole, 41, burst out laughing when Keira walked into the front room in a pair of white pyjamas.
She said: “It was a disaster. Her face was just so dark.
“With her white teeth and white pyjamas, it was quite a contrast. She said, ‘Don’t look at my face’.”
She likened her to one of the Oompa-Loompas from Willy Wonka’s Chocolate Factory — before getting her phone out to capture the moment.
Carole, sitting with her other two daughters, says in the video: “Put that light on! What have you done? Oh my God! What colour is that?”
Keira replies: “St Moriz Darker Than Dark.”
Carole says: “Oh God Keira, I think it’s a bit dark love. Do you like her tan girls?”
Carole, of Tonypandy in Rhondda Cynon Taff, Wales, recalled: “I know a lot of the youngsters use it but it looks horrendous when it goes on.
“She doesn’t do it all the time, she does it for special occasions, but this time it was random — it was lockdown madness.”
Keira then jumped in the shower where it faded into a lighter shade, and she was delighted with it.
She added: “I didn’t realise it was Darker Than Dark at first. I only picked it up because it was the hour-fast one. I got a bit of a shock when I looked in the mirror.
“I did think, ‘Oh no, what colour am I going to turn out?’ as it was only five minutes after I put it on — I’ve never been that dark before.
“When I went in the shower, it just fell off really. It ended up a nice natural colour.
“The colour lasted about five days. I’d use it again but I’d leave it on longer.”
Carole posted the video online, sparking a flurry of memories of similar tanning disasters.
Clare Beavis wrote: “This is what I looked like when I had that spray tan.”
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