Spray tans are a safe, fast and simple way to achieve a beautiful, natural-looking tan for a holiday or special occasion without the risks associated with exposure to the sun or tanning beds.
Spray tans are suitable for both men and women and most skin types. If you suffer with severe psoriasis and/or eczema then a spray tan may not be suitable for your skin. Also, I would advise against having spray tans if you suffer from breathing difficulties.
A spray tan can last up to one week if you follow the pre-tan and aftercare advice given to you.
Spray Tanning £15
2 coats of Sienna X spray tan solution to give you a beautiful healthy tan instantly.
Preparing for a spray tan.
A badly- applied spray tan will look like a badly-applied spray tan but a well-applied spray tan will look natural and fabulous.
Whilst I pride myself on providing my clients with the well-applied spray tan, it will look even more fabulous and last much longer if your skin is in tip top condition.
So, with that in mind, here are a few suggestions for getting the best possible result.
- Gently exfoliate your face and body 2 - 3 times per week and moisturise daily to keep your skin in optimum condition. Don’t forget your back.
- Hair removal prior to your spray tan should be done 2 days before to allow the skin to recover and avoid infection due to cuts or delicate, open hair follicles.
- The night before your spray tan, exfoliate your face and body and then moisturise with an oil free lotion to prevent your skin from becoming dry.
- On the day of your spray tan, shower using a fragrance-free soap or shower gel (avoid products with moisturising properties) to remove any last traces of makeup and deodorants.
- Avoid applying deodorants or perfumes as these can cause the spray tan to turn green in those areas.
Lastly, whilst all of the above will help your spray tan and you to look gorgeous, the following instructions will help the process to go much more smoothly too.
- Bring loose, dark clothing to make getting dressed after the spray tan much easier.
- Flip flops or soft ballet type shoes are best where possible.
- Leave any jewellery at home to avoid it being lost or left behind.
- Bring something to tie up long hair and secure loose tendrils or fringes away from the face and neck. A turban towel will be provided by me.
- Bring old underwear to avoid anything expensive or favoured being discoloured permanently.