Panda eyes

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Latest revision as of 05:53, 27 March 2014

noun - Panda eyes is the appearance of skin of pronounced paleness on a swimmer's temple and around their eyes relative to the rest of their face that has been suntanned by prolonged exposure to ultraviolet radiation in a pool, outdoors or in the open water.

The young woman had panda eyes after her long workout in the pool.

Synonym

Goggle tan, raccoon eyes. Also related to Swim cap tan.

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