Which skintone you would like to have white or fair complexion?

@cupcyke (363)
Philippines
March 24, 2009 11:33pm CST
We filipinos have a common complexion which is fair but there are many people also have white complexion. for me i loved to have fair color because it makes me feel strong and healthy. on my opinion white is pale. please dont get offended to what ive said but thats only my opinion. i loved the color of being filipino. there are some don't care bout there color but as long as they know how to carry their self wither you had the white or the fair one i think its the same.
8 responses
• Philippines
26 Mar 09
I am contented with my skin tone. I am just fair skinned. I don't care if I get dark during summer because my skin color would go back to its orginal just a week after it is get burned. I still love myself for being a Filipino.
@cupcyke (363)
• Philippines
26 Mar 09
Yes im contented of what God gives us. we must proud of it.
@mizstress (719)
• Philippines
25 Mar 09
yeah! be proud to be Filipina!! hehehe i love my tan color! hehe i rather choose to stay fair than to invest into whitening products than can harm my health with further use.. do you agree? its like i love lilo(from lilo and stitch) than snow white hehehe
@cupcyke (363)
• Philippines
26 Mar 09
me too, proud to be filipina. its just waisting money to buy whitening products. i believe that simple beauty is approachable. thanks for the response.
• Philippines
20 Apr 09
I am a Filipina like you and I am proud of my tan skin. Even my bf loves my skin color. Honestly, I don't like using skin whitening products unlike other girls. I don't like white skin as its looks pale and sick for me (sorry no offense meant for others). Others think that if you have white skin, you are prettier and belong to a rich family. Thais are also like Filipinos, they patronize skin whitening products and end up having bad result for using such products.
@ulqu1orra (308)
• Philippines
17 Apr 09
I would really love to have a white and healthy looking skin, because its nice to see and people who have healthy white skin specially the ladies. They look so innocent and clear.
@bluishrose (2291)
• Philippines
9 Apr 09
I have a light skin tone, im fine with my complexion. But sometimes I do feel envy to those people who have white skin becasue I feel they are more prettier hehehe. But hey most white people spend time on beaches to have tan skin so iguess many people still prefer fair skin.
@eichs1 (1934)
• Philippines
5 Apr 09
When God was creating human, he was a little bit busy while cooking the first man that the first man turned dark skinned. God said the first man is overdone so he decided to make another one. But this time, he took out the second man too early from the fire. God thought the skin of his new creation is too light thus he immediately started to make another man. This time, God pulled out the third man from the furnace at the right time - not too long to be burned or not too short to look too pale. Upon seeing that skin of the third man, God smile and took a rest. I can't forget this story from a book in elementary school. It made me believe that we have the best skin color in the world and loved our skin color.
@xtedaxcvg (3190)
• Philippines
4 Apr 09
I prefer to have a dark complexion. I feel more masculine with this kind of complexion and a lot of women are attracted to this kind of skin tone. You'd notice that one of the reason why people are going to the beach is to have a tan. Dark complexion is in and people want to have it.
• Philippines
29 Mar 09
Neither of it. I like my skin tanned. I know how Filipinos like their skin to be as white as the Caucasian, and how Caucasian want their skin as dark as the Filipinos. How ironic that is.. But in my opinion, I find tan and bronze skin better, or I think I look better at it. So during Summer, whenever I get the time to hit the beach, I try to make sure that I get all the tanning I can get.. The darker the better. Though I'm not that dark naturally, I'm cool with my fair skin.. And I think we should get to like what God had given us.