Please come to your appointment with dark, loose fitting clothing and flip flops. Cosmetic bronzer is in the solution and there is a chance that it can rub off on your clothing. It washes out of almost all materials.
It is recommended that you shower and shave one day prior to your tanning session. Please avoid oil-based soaps. Please exfoliate because it will help your tan last longer. The best way to exfolitate your skin is by using exfoliating gloves that are also available at our salon. Please remember to schedule your eyelash, manicure/pedicures, and sugaring appointments before your tanning appointment. Please remember your tan can last longer if you do not wear makeup or deoderant during your appointment.
You are welcome to wear as much as you are comfortable wearing, and keep your unwanted tan lines in mind.
Waiting for development
It is recommended that you wait at least 6-8 hours (for the Regular Solution) before you sweat or get wet. Hot yoga, sitting in a steam room, or heavy hand washing will affect the overall darkness of your tan if done within 12 hours after your treatment.
For Express Tan Solution wait 2-6 hours before you sweat or get wet.
Do not place the palm of your hand on your recently sprayed body after your airbrush tan.
After your tan your skin type, skin cycle, and lifestyle will show how long the tan can last . It should last for a week and has the potential to last as long as 10 days. The best thing that you can do to increase the longevity of your tan is to apply moisturizer once a day.
Try to avoid certain activities that can speed up your skin’s natural exfoliation process. Long showers/baths, hot tubs, heavy sweating, and swimming in salt water and/or chlorine all have the potential to dry out your skin.
If your skin seems like your tan fades unevenly it is because your skin transitions through the natural exfoliation process, so these dead skin cells will always be shedding. Not every cell sheds at the same rate. You may have some airbrush tanned cells that can last longer than others.