Ashley Graham uses Windex household cleaner to remover her streaky tan before a pool party for Swimsuits For All.
Ashley Graham had to use Windex household cleaner to save herself from a fake tan disaster.
The 30-year-old model suffered a beauty mishap after getting a fresh spray tan over the weekend, when she accidentally splashed water on her legs and it left her with noticeable, irregular streak marks running down her pins on the top layer of the tan.
But Ashley has a unique method of getting rid of bronzing blemishes.
Documenting her getting-ready process on her Instagram stories, she wrote: ''Top of the morning to ya. Woke up from my spray tan and it's streaky AF [sic]''
Showing her followers that she was using a bottle of the popular cleaner to get rid of the tan problem, she said: ''What ya do? Get a little Windex, get a paper towel and scrub it off [sic]''
And the Sports Illustrated model was clearly happy with the results of her handy trick as she posted a picture of her curves in a small black swimsuit to show off her glowing tan.
She added: ''After! No Streaks!
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