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F & Q on the Spray Tan Process
Exfoliate 24 hours prior to your spray tan with a basic loofah or wash rag. Also, stay away from any heavy exfoliating oils. After showering DO NOT apply lotions, oils, or perfumes.
Shaving should be done 12 hours before your spray tan. Streaks may be an issue in your final tan if you shave right before due to the wax from the shaving bar.
Manicures, pedicures, and waxing should all be done prior to your spray tan.
Make sure to bring loose fitting clothes with you for after your spray tan.
TIME TO RINSE, WHAT DO I DO?
Absolutely NO soap. A really slow rinse with luke-warm water is best. Only use your hands to remove the bronzer, and focus your attention to your legs, behind your arms, etc. The #1 cause for streaks is that the bronzer was not rinsed off properly and can stain the skin for a few days.
WHAT DO I DO IF I HAVE STREAKS AFTER SHOWERING?
Hop back in the shower and do another rinse. If that doesn’t help, rubbing alcohol on a cotton swab will help remove the streak. Keep in mind that it will also remove the tan in the area you apply it to and you will need to respray if that happens.
WHEN CAN I APPLY LOTION?
Wait 12 hours AFTER your initial rinse before applying any kind of lotion. Moisturizing is the key to prolong your spray tan so moisturizing twice daily will give you the best results. It’s also important to stay hydrated and drink lots of water throughout the day.
MY TAN ISN’T DARK ENOUGH AFTER I RINSED, WHAT DO I DO?
Wait 24 hours for it to fully develop after rinsing. If it’s still not dark enough, you can respray over it.
I AM TOO DARK, WHAT DO I DO?
Try rinsing again, soak in a bath tub, or sit in a sauna/jacuzzi. These methods will remove some of the bronzer to lighten the color.
Yes! The most important thing to remember is that the solution does not contain any UV protection/sunscreen. You will still be able to develop a tan naturally in the sun.
MY SKIN IS PEELING, CAN I STILL GETA SPRAY TAN?
NO! You will be blotchy.r.
CAN I TAN IF I’M PREGNANT?
DHA is FDA approved and only penetrates the outermost layer of the skin. There is no evidence that DHA is harmful. However, we do recommend that you consult with your physician first
WILL SPRAY TANNING STAIN MY BED SHEETS, CLOTHES, AND/OR DRESS?
Yes, the first few days minimum makeup might minimally rub off on your clothes etc. But, most makeup does rinse off.
I HAVE AN EVENT, WHEN SHOULD I SCHEDULE MY APPOINTMENT?
The best time to get sprayed before any event is 2-3 days prior.
HOW LONG WILL MY SPRAY TAN LAST?
The length of your tan depends on the maintenance afterwards. Most people notice their tan begin to fade after about 4-7 days. Moisturizing and staying hydrated are two important factors as well.
HOW DO I KNOW WHAT SPRAY TAN “COLOR” TO CHOOSE?
Alicia Shapira, Owner of New Image Beauty Bar, or Rebecca PMU @ New Image Beauty Bar will help you decide on the best solution and/or tone for you the day of your spray tan.
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April 25th - 26th | BOSTONThe Stretch Marks Camouflage workshop was developed for professionals in the health, esthetics, beauty and tattoo industry. All participating students professionals receive the personalized certificate of the workshop participation. Each student will receive a kit and tools to get them through their first 36 clients (your kit will be unused, we use only products and tools provided by Alicia Shapira during training)! Note that the professionals who will participate in the workshop will have the opportunity to learn technical skills with a pioneering tattoo camouflage artist- as this is an exclusive procedure in Brazil before Alicia Shapira was taught by the artist who created it! We offer a 1 year support after initial training! You will learn the following information, and much more:
- Introduction to Tattoo Camouflage Technique
- History of Stretch Marks Tattoo Camouflage
- Tattoo and Beauty/Aesthetics Market
- Procedure Exclusivity
- Types of skin and results
- Sun x Camouflage x Micropigmentation
- Use of a tattoo machine
- Formulas and tones