Renee Baker claims in her lawsuit that she didn't realize the windows were made of two-way glass during her visit to the salon on April 23, Baker, who is in her 20s, also alleges that before she disrobed, staff should have told her that people could see in and that she needed to lower some electronic blinds, according to the lawsuit, filed last week in Multnomah County Circuit Court. In , a different Palm Beach Tan customer from the same store went to trial in Multnomah County Circuit Court claiming she was mortified when she learned that passers-by could see her while she was tanning naked and that a man had been sitting in his pickup watching her. Jurors said they didn't believe the store intentionally exposed Smith to public view. A sign on the wall of the private room alerted Smith and other customers for the need to close the shades for privacy.
Most of us women over 50 have learned our lesson about sunbathing from seeing the ravages the sun takes on our skin, not to mention the concerns about skin cancer. Give it time. And though we may not be able to sunbathe any longer, we do like a little color in the summer. Nothing worse than a pair of pasty white legs sticking out from under a pair of white shorts. Fortunately, tanning options have improved dramatically over the years and your fake tan can actually look very close to a real tan without the orange tint. Four of our picks are lotion based and help with dryness.