In this blog post I wanted to share a video with everyone on how to remove a leftover spray tan. This is a question that comes up so many times so I decided to do a video on it. Usually spray tans look really great for the first 4-5 days until they start fading and sometimes the fading can look very blotchy. Blotchy spray tans come for many different reasons and I leave this for another video in the near future. Today I just hope to help my fellow airbrush tanning technicians and previous students of mine and also some of my clients to give a few suggestions on removing that last leftover spray tan before coming to get a new spray tan.
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I’ve been asked many times by my own clients and my students on how to make a spray tan last longer so I wanted to write about it for everyone to read. It starts first with the spray tanning technique. If the spray tanning technician sprays too far away, then the tans usually don’t come out dark enough and the spray tan usually fades away within 3 days. Many people think that is the fault of the spray tanning solution but it is not necessarily the problem of the solution unless the solution has been exposure to too much air and the DHA ingredient has been developed already. To test out the solution, you can take a cotton swab and put a drop of the solution on your finger. If the spot on your finger turns out brown in a few hours, you know that the solution is still ok. If a spray tan technician sprayed a person correctly with good solution, then a spray tan should last at least 1 week. But there are certain circumstances when the spray tan might not last as long as one week.
Reasons why your spray tan might not last as long as one week:
Now let’s discuss how you can make a spray tan last longer:
I hope these tips will help and as I mentioned in the beginning, everything starts from the spray tanning technique and the distance the spray tanning technician is using. If a spray tan technician sprays too far away then the tan can never last a week or longer because most of the solution can not be absorbed by the skin and washes off after the first shower.
If you are reading this blog post and perhaps have an interest in learning how to airbrush tan or starting your own Mobile Airbrush Tanning business, I encourage you to contact me at (818) 674-9621. My spray tanning technique is unique and flawless (even for beginners) and my spray tans last longer than 1 week and are not sticky and don’t smell. These are the compliments I get all the times from my own clients and this is what I teach to each and every student of mine. Plus I teach you about many of the different spray tanning solution available on the market – to be unique and stand out as an airbrush tanning technician you must know about the different brands and colors to use for different skin types/tones.
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