There are a lot of questionable trends these days - overalls, mega wide leg pants and clown contouring, just to name a few. But a questionable fashion choice usually doesn't hurt anyone.
But beware of the latest beauty trend that has doctors and dermatologists worried: Sun Art. The trend, which has generated social media buzz and hashtags like #SunArt, #SunburnArt and #SunTattoo, is exactly what it sounds like. In lieu of normal sunscreen application, people are putting on sunscreen in strategic designs so that they get burned to create an illusion of a design, or "tattoo".
Not only would this hurt like the dickens (I don't want ANY sunburn, thank you very much), but doctors are saying it can be very dangerous. Some doctors are going on the news claiming that, if this craze continues, people run the risk of much higher instances of skin cancers.
Look, some might call me a slave for fashion and trends, but it is definitely not worth losing your health — or your life — over! People, if you really want a tattoo that badly, you can get a temporary tattoo at the store for a dollar!!
This is one trend I just can't support. What do you think of "Sun Art"? Is it cool and edgy or downright dumb?