By DAILY MAIL REPORTER
Double beauty blunder: Lindsay arrived at Terry Richardson's gallery opening in West Hollywood last night with a bad application of fake tan
With a busy week of party in the run up to the Oscars, it appears that Lindsay Lohan has run out of time to maintain her fake tan.
The Mean Girls actress and former tanning product endorser, stepped out with blotchy orange skin as she attended the opening of Terry Richardson's art exhibition Terrywood in Los Angeles last night.
The patchy tan clashed with the 25-year-old's fluorescent yellow party dress, which featured a light bolt pattern.
Patchy: It appeared the Lindsay had run out of time to maintain her tan
It appeared that her fake tan had been on for several nights and either required another application or perhaps a slight exfoliation.
And Lindsay's beauty blunders didn't stop there.
The Playboy model appeared to have overdone it on the blush, her cheeks sporting a heavy application of bronzer.
Lindsay also continues to keep tongues wagging and people guessing about her increasingly puffed up face.
Colour clash: The patchy orange skin clashed with the 25-year-old's fluorescent yellow party dress, which featured a light bolt pattern
Lilo's lips and face first appeared plumper when she arrived at the Domingo Zapata exhibition in Beverly Hills on Wednesday night.
Lindsay's puffy face first came under speculation at Kim Kardashian's wedding in October, and at the time, The New York Post spoke to two plastic surgeons who confirmed she had all the signs of fillers.
They both said it appeared she had lip and cheek injections only days before the wedding.
Overdone: The actress also sported a heavy application of bronze blush
'Her face has been plumped beyond all recognition,' Dr. Anthony Youn told the Post.
'Lindsay, who’s 25, looks like a 50-year-old "Real Housewife" trying to look 20.'
Youn said her injectable of choice was like Restalyne, which could have resulted in a look Lohan has become famous for, the oft-seen trout pout.
'Lindsay’s a very pretty gal,' Youn added. 'When young people get these types of treatments, there’s got to be a concern.'
Another doctor, Toby Mayer, lamented Lindsay’s reported decision to alter her face at such a young age. 'Women in their 20s don’t need filler,' he said.
Lindsay arrived late last night a Richardson's exhibition and was accompanied by her mother Dina and her younger sister Ali.
She posed for pictures with friend and collaborator Richardson inside, and mingled with other guests including Pamela Anderson and super stylist Rachel Zoe.