A glamorous Australian mummy blogger has documented her emotional journey after giving up fake tan as part of a cancer charity campaign.

Indy Clinton, who famously applied fake tan before giving birth as part of a ‘pre-labour makeover’, has partnered with the Cancer Council to promote its ‘End The Trend’ challenge which discourages young Aussie from glorifying tanning. 

On day two of the challenge, the mother-of-three, 27, took to Instagram Stories with a video describing how ‘liberated’ she felt after embracing her natural complexion while attending a Taylor Swift concert. 

‘You know what? It was actually a lot easier than I thought it would be. I felt completely liberated in my own skin,’ the Sydney influencer gushed. 

Indy, who was recently named TikTok creator of the year, said she’s had a revelation about self confidence after embracing a tan-free lifestyle for two days. 

Glamorous Australian mummy blogger Indy Clinton, 27, (pictured) has documented her emotional journey after giving up fake tan as part of a cancer charity campaign

Glamorous Australian mummy blogger Indy Clinton, 27, (pictured) has documented her emotional journey after giving up fake tan as part of a cancer charity campaign 

‘It’s one of those things where it’s in your head and nobody else around you is looking at you being like, “You could have been tanned for this event”‘, she explained. 

It’s funny because you think that everyone’s staring at you, for me, it was getting out of my comfort zone, which I think is the scariest part.

She went on to note that allowing herself to feel vulnerable made her ‘focus on other things that made her feel beautiful’ such as her outfit and hairstyle. 

On day two of the challenge, the mother-of-three took to Instagram Stories with a video describing how 'liberated' she felt after embracing her natural complexion while attending a Taylor Swift concert

 On day two of the challenge, the mother-of-three took to Instagram Stories with a video describing how ‘liberated’ she felt after embracing her natural complexion while attending a Taylor Swift concert

Indy, who was recently named TikTok creator of the year, said she's had a revelation about self confidence after embracing a tan-free lifestyle for two days

Indy, who was recently named TikTok creator of the year, said she’s had a revelation about self confidence after embracing a tan-free lifestyle for two days

To conclude, the blonde shared a poignant message about the cultural mores surrounding tanning. 

‘These beauty standards that have been set in society that glamorises, you know, being tan makes you look better, makes you look skinnier, makes clothes look better,’ she warned. 

‘It really made me feel liberated to step outside and just feel comfortable in my own natural skin tone,’ she added. 

The Cancer Council’s End The Trend campaign was launched in December last year and aims to eradicate the harmful and incorrect belief that sun-tanning makes you more attractive. 

To conclude, the blonde shared a poignant message about the cultural mores surrounding tanning: 'These beauty standards that have been set in society that glamorises, you know, being tan makes you look better, makes you look skinnier, makes clothes look better'

To conclude, the blonde shared a poignant message about the cultural mores surrounding tanning: ‘These beauty standards that have been set in society that glamorises, you know, being tan makes you look better, makes you look skinnier, makes clothes look better’

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