Kelly Ripa ‘turned green’ in spray-tan fail moments before ‘Live’ taping
Kelly Ripa’s Last Minute Tanning Session Goes Awry
Kelly Ripa, the co-host of “Live with Kelly and Mark”, had a small self-tan mishap before going on air. Ripa had applied the self-tanning spray moments before stepping on stage. However, as she was zipping up her dress, she noticed her hands had turned green. She jokingly told the audience to notify her if her body started to change color. Her co-host and husband, Mark Consuelos, reassured her that she still looked great and made a joke about always being able to tell when someone has had a spray tan because of their hands. Despite the little hiccup, the show went on without a hitch, and viewers even advised her on how to remove the self-tanner after the show.
FAQs About Self-Tanning
What is a self-tanner, and how does it work?
Self-tanner is a cosmetic product that can create a tan or darken the skin’s pigment. Self-tanners typically contain dihydroxyacetone (DHA), a chemical that reacts with dead skin cells on the surface of the skin, producing a brownish color.
Can self-tanners create different shades of tan?
Yes, self-tanners can create different shades of tan depending on the concentration of DHA and the time left on the skin. Darker tans can be achieved with a higher concentration of DHA, while lighter tans can be achieved with less DHA or shorter application times.
Is it safe to use self-tanners?
Yes, self-tanners are generally safe to use. However, it is essential to follow the manufacturer’s instructions to avoid adverse reactions. You should also do a patch test before applying self-tanner to see if you have any skin sensitivity.
What should you do if a self-tanner goes wrong?
If a self-tan goes wrong, you can try using a body scrub or exfoliant to remove the tanner. However, If the self-tan is severe, you may need to wait for it to fade on its own or seek professional help.
Kelly Ripa Turns Green in a Spray-Tan Mishap Right Before ‘Live’ Taping.
Kelly Ripa experienced a beauty mishap just moments before filming an episode of “Live.” Ripa had applied self-tanner to her hands and body, but as she was zipping up her dress, she noticed that her hands had turned green. She shared the mishap with the audience and received advice from viewers on how to remove the self-tanner. Although she made it through the episode without further issues, Ripa has recently dealt with a series of wardrobe malfunctions. In one instance, she ripped her dress and was seen frantically trying to tie it before going on stage. Ripa teased the audience by only saying, “It was very exciting.” “Live with Kelly and Mark” airs weekdays on ABC.