Teen Mom Chelsea Houska suffers major beauty blunder as spray tan turns ORANGE in new photos after 'blackfish' claimsMay 31, 2022
CHELSEA Houska has endured a major beauty mishap after her spray tan turned orange during an outing with girlfriends.
The Teen Mom 2 alum has faced blackfishing claims over the years as she continuously goes for a much darker shade than her natural color.
Now Chelsea, 30, has been slammed after making a wild spray tan blunder before heading out on the town with friends.
The reality star shared photos alongside three buddies over Memorial Day Weekend, as they dressed up for a girl's day.
The TV personality sported a black off-the-shoulder top, jean shorts, tan booties, and a matching tan satchel bag with a cowgirl hat.
In a second photo, Chelsea posed for a more close-up shot as she celebrated the holiday at a local bar.
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But fans were more concerned about her intense spray tan, as they took to Reddit to slam her for overdoing the "orange."
"The fringe bandanas, the boots, the hats and the fake tans… enough already. It is silly and you look ridiculous," one mocked.
"It's amazing that after all these years chelsea still can't manage to apply her tanner correctly," a second agreed.
A third put shortly, " Holy orange," while a fourth complained, "Way too much cheap bronzing lotion."
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"I can smell it through my screen!" another remarked.
"Chelsea needs to give up the spray tan or whatever kind of tan she does. Her legs look terrible. Who even tans like that anymore? I like my pale ghost skin just fine," a final ranted.
Chelsea has faced criticism for years as fans have accused her of "blackfishing" with her fake tanner and incessant use of photo filters.
But that hasn't stopped her from continuing to go for the deeper tan shades as she took to her Instagram Stories earlier this month to share a promo clip.
In the selfie-style video, the reality star recorded herself applying fake eyelashes from the brand Blinkifly.
"I am doing my eyelashes, I got one eye on," she began while moving her face super close to the camera.
"I still get a lot of questions about these so I thought I'd talk about them again."
Chelsea continued: "I do the Blinkifly ones and I'm obsessed. They come with three in a package and you can reuse them.
"So if you just soak them in rubbing alcohol you can reuse them which is kind of nice cause there's three in there so one package lasts you a super long time," she explained.
"These lashes should last me all week and they're waterproof, you can shower, do whatever, and one other thing."
The TV personality then continued on to explain how she applies the false lashes, saying she "customizes" them by combining packs.
Throughout the video, Chelsea's long dark hair was clipped back out of her face to show off her full glam makeup.
But the mother-of-four's deep tan was the central focus as she looked shades and shades darker than her natural color.
These posts came just two months after Chelsea was accused of "blackfishing" after she shared more photos on social media.
Blackfishing refers to someone pretending to be Black, or mixed-race, by using things, such as hair styling and makeup.
Chelsea appeared very dark as she filmed front-facing videos from her car.
She said: "So Cole and I are going out to dinner with our whole team.
"And it's just been so fun. So I'm excited to have a nice little night with everybody."
A critic noted: "This is blackfishing and, honestly most white influencers like Chelsea seem to be addicted to tanning to the point where I’m worried it’s body dysmorphia."
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