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Sunburned Stars: Who Tans Too Much?

It’s summertime and everyone wants that sun-kissed glow you can only get naturally from going to the beach, but some stars take the sun-lover look to the extreme at the risk of their health, and their looks! We all know that a little too much sun can actually harm you, and it’s important to be sun smart. Let’s take a look at our top over-tanned offenders!

Lindsay Lohan

Lindsay Lohan just can’t seem to keep out of trouble these days, she also can’t seem to keep off the beach and out of tanning beds! We think it’s safe to say that Lindsay simply doesn’t know what’s good for her. She looks better when just her hair (and not her whole body) is orange.

Lindsay LohanIt's only Lindsay's hair that should be orange!
 

Snooki

Snooki’s spray-tan has been a part of her "look" from the very start, in fact, the whole cast of reality show Jersey Shore could take a break from tanning salons and sprays...and just in case, maybe they should stay out of the sun too!

SnookiSnooki has made tanning too much a part of her "look"
 

Ashley Tisdale

At the People’s Choice Awards this year Ashley Tisdale surprised us all by coming in a bronze-toned dress with skin to match. We love that Ashley’s show on the CW, Hellcats, was nominated for an award, but this talented-yet-sunburned starlet needs a UV-vacation after this!

Ashley TisdaleAshely was bronze from head to toe at the People's Choice Awards
 

Zac Efron

There’s no doubt in our minds that Zac Efron is a beach babe, but lately it looks like this hottie’s been getting a little too much heat from the sun's harmful rays. We don’t want him to get off the beach, but there’s no harm in using a little sun block and staying in the shade!

Zac EfronWe love Zac in any shade, but orange doesn't look good on anybody!
 

Miley Cyrus

Coming from the southern state of Tennessee, Miley is no stranger to sunshine. She kicked off her Gypsy Heart Tour in sunny South America and went on to other hot countries like Australia and Mexico. But even for a girl from down south, she’s starting to look like she needs to turn down fake n' bake and stay off the beach (although it must be hard when you're seeing some of the world's most beautiful beaches).

Miley CyrusMiley needs to slip on some sunglasses and sunblock while on tour
 

HAVE YOUR SAY: What do you think? Are these stars too tanned or sun savvy? Let us know by leaving your comment below!

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