Spray Tanning Preparatory Work
Getting perfect spray tan results isn’t just about choosing an appropriate tanner or applying it correctly. It’s about being ready for the service and following the required steps to prevent damaging your tanning.
Getting a spray tan without knowing what you should do before and after the event is like trying to prepare dinner without knowing what ingredients you need or who is coming: it is not sure to spoil the experience, but the odds are high there will be a problem. You should arrive at your location with a plan to avoid a disaster.
Preparatory Steps Before Tanning
Most spray tans are better or less based on what you do with them before, during, and following the procedure. The key to an even golden tan is the proper preparation for a spray tan, so here is a simple guide on preparing for a spray-tan.
1. Exfoliate Skin
Before you get a spray tan and to get amazing results, exfoliate your skin thoroughly. Spray tans only affect the upper stratum of dead cells so remember that. If you exfoliate your skin before getting a spray tan, the tan applied will be less slender, and your tan will remain on your skin for a more extended time. Exfoliating gloves or products free of oils are recommended because oil-based treatments can create an obstruction that stops the spray tanning product from reaching the skin.
2. Go Natural
Before applying spray tanning, do not moisturize your skin. Cosmetics, lotions, sunscreens, and deodorants may be a barrier between you and the tanning product. Discoloration and uneven skin tone might result. Baby powder is a fantastic deodorant option if you are worried about sweaty pits. It’s water-resistant and straightforward to get rid of using a damp cloth.
You don’t have to worry concerned that your skin will be too dry. Before the time you go tanning, the tanning specialist may offer a suitable moisturizing lotion that will not interfere with absorption. Furthermore, some spray tanning products have moisturizing elements, so using them is unnecessary.
3. Wax or Shave
Before you apply a spray tan, check that you’ve removed any unwanted hair by waxing, shaving, or both. You should wax for at least 24 hours before your appointment so that your pores can shrink naturally. If the pores are wide open, the spray tan accumulates and leaves behind brown blotches. You can shave up to four hours before applying spray tan. Because shaving leaves the foundation of the hair behind, the hair follicles become less exposed.
4. Wear Loose Clothes
Spray tanning clients of Coco Glow Burlington are advised to wear loose clothing before treatment, a crucial rule of thumb for preparation. Even if you must use a towel or a fan to eliminate any remaining spray tanning lotion, the tan has to develop before it appears beautiful. Wearing comfortable, loose-fitting clothing and shoes can prevent the premature loss of your spray tan.
5. Talk to Spray Tan Specialist
A pre-spray conversation with your spray tan specialist may be beneficial. Is spray tanning something you’d want to do on your face? Do you have a shade that will look the best on your skin? Do you suffer from any skin sensitivities or allergies that they should be aware of? These are some things you can consult with a specialist about.
If you want to become a spray tan specialist, you can apply for the training by Coco Glow to be able to join the industry.