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How long do the Airbrush Tans last?

With proper care, an airbrush tan can last for 7-10 days. Moisturizing can help to extend the life of the tan and promote even fading.


Is Airbrush Tanning safe during pregnancy or while breast feeding?

 Ive sprayed numerous amounts of pregnant women and best feeding women but It's always best to consult a doctor when coming in for an airbrush tan. 


Do you spray the face?

Typically yes, but it's personal preference. If you prefer, we can create an ombre on your neck instead of your face. When applying makeup, make sure to blend it down to your neck


How can I make my tan last longer?

HYDRATE! I apply lotion at least once or twice a day. It is so important to keep your skin hydrated. I also keep my showers short and gentle. Stay away from baths. Wear minimal makeup. Every time you use makeup remover and wash your face you will lose some of your tan. Make sure the products you’re using are clean and do not have mineral oil.


What to wear after the spray tan?

It's best to arrive in dark loose clothing, nothing rubbing on the skin. Pajamas, long dresses, oversized clothing is best along with flip flops. Please no tennis shoes, socks, or Uggs. 


When should I come in for a tan?

Anytime! If you have a special event and want to be tan, it's recommended to come in 1-2 days prior. For the classic solution, you'll need to keep it on for 8-12 hours, while for rapid solutions, you'll only need to keep it on for 2-4 hours.


Are Airbrush Tans safe?

Airbrush tans, or self tanner (DHA) is not a cosmetic. The active ingredient soaks into the upper layers of your skin and causes the superficial layers of the epidermis to oxidize. It is similar to the reaction that occurs when you cut an apple and it turns brown. The active ingredient (DHA) occurs naturally in sugar beets and has been approved for application to the skin since the 1950s. It is a safe, well tolerated product. Most dermatologists highly recommend self tanning as an easy alternative to the sun's harmful rays.

DHA has been approved for cosmetic use by the FDA, the Canadian Health Ministry, and most of the EU member nations.

DHA-based sunless tanning has been recommended by The Skin Cancer Foundation, American Academy of Dermatology Association, Canadian Dermatology Association and the American Medical Association.

The Solution is FDA Approved!


How should I prep for my tan?

Please visit the before + after care for more tips on how to prep your skin for the tan. See you soon!


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