Every day I receive phone calls from possible new students wanting to learn airbrush tanning and I always have to explain what makes my airbrush tanning training program different then other programs and why I charge more then other programs. I am always happy to explain on the phone and also wanted to express my thoughts about this here on my blog for everyone to read.
I know many people always think that they can learn airbrush tanning on their own but I want you to really think about this – can you really afford not to get professional training?
Here are 3 phone calls I received yesterday:
I get calls like this on a daily basis and some of those answers I only share with my students who sign up for my spray tanning training program.
So here is my professional opinion: The truth is you do need training on airbrush tanning. There is a lot you need to know. When you are a trained professional you will stand out and get lot’s of business. People will come to you instead of the other untrained professional. Clients will rave about your spray tans and give you lot’s of referrals and you will make all the money, instead of an untrained professional. When you are trained you feel more confident as well and you can charge higher rates than an untrained professional. And as a trained professional you can start this business immediately because it will boost your confidence because you know about everything there is to know.
Listen to my newest video testimonial I received my recent student:
There is so much to learn in this business, especially about skin types, solution formulas and how to match the right formula to the different skin types and if you don’t know this then you can turn people orange. You can not guess someone’s skin types. There are very specific questions you must ask your clients in order for you to determine their skin types. If you don’t find out their correct skin type and then use a wrong formula on them, you can turn them orange.
In addition, you need to learn how to use the spray gun, which is your tool to give a great tan. There are many different guns on the market and not all of them spray great. If you don’t know the settings or spray tanning technique then you can turn someone orange. I’ve been hearing stories from people who spray 3 times more the solution needed and that affects your profit margin.
You could probably teach yourself how to airbrush tan within 6 month to 1 year, however do you realize that during that learning curve you are not making any money because you are afraid to charge the appropriate amount of money. You are not confident enough to charge, because in your mind you don’t feel good enough to charge appropriately yet because you are still learning.
So I ask you again – can you really afford not to get professional training? Do you really want to ruin your reputation before you even had a chance to start?
If you are still not convinced about my airbrush tanning course then please see a recent comment below from two of my students who were trained by me – this was taken from our private Facebook group – I continuously support all my students in the Facebook group because I care about their successes:
I hope you can see the value of going through my spray tanning course. Do your research, check out my own reviews and my 150 + students reputation and their 5 star ratings and I hope you are convinced that you can not afford not to get professional training.
My spray tanning training program is private training and hands-on and all the materials, videos, technique and coaching has taken me years to perfect and I am sharing all of this with all of my students. Because this is hands-on training, I can only take on 2 students in each class. If I would do group training with lot’s of more students, we would never have time for all students to receive the hands-on training with spray tanning the models. I know from experience that is takes several models for each student to remember the spray tanning technique. Spray tanning one model only is not enough and you will learn your own bad habits down the road.
Hopefully I explained my point of view here a bit but if you are still not convinced and have more questions, I welcome phone calls all the time. Feel free to call or text me at (818) 674-9621. Thanks for your time reading this.