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Hello, I am new to the diy community.
Jody Cooper bleached her skin regularly for nine years—above, she's pictured at the peak of becoming what's referred to as a browning; below, Cooper today, with her natural tone.
Alicia I do agreed with you.
Although it is super quick and easy to whitewash pinecones, there are a few tips and tricks to make them look very natural, almost like real bleached pinecones instead of painted white pinecones.
Melanin is the main substance responsible for the color of the skin.
However, it is important to remember that bleach is a caustic substance and can wreak havoc on your skin if used incorrectly.
But the chance of complications—even drastic ones—doesn't seem to be severe enough to convince bleachers to stop for good.
Comments Hi Tracy, First, I love your site!
Wear gloves do what I say, not what I do… and dip each pinecone in the diluted paint.