Bad Spray Tans
I know that getting a spray tan can be a scary and intimidating thing, especially if it is your first time. We’ve all seen how orange Snooki and Lindsay have been…and who could forget the Friends episode when Ross has his spray tan fiasco?
Here are a couple tips from me on how to ensure that you will not turn orange and that you will be even:
- Exfoliate! Make sure that you scrub down your whole body with an exfoliating scrub and using a washcloth followed by using a dry towel afterwards is the best way I’ve found to exfoliate. Have you tried our Air-Tan Body Scrub? Let me tell you, it works wonders! Way better than regular soap. Exfoliating is especially important if you have any old self-tanner or spray tan left on your skin. If there is left-over product on you, you can turn out splotchy and/or orange!
- Stick with a color level that isn’t too dark for your skin tone. If you do not tan well in the sun, the darker levels have the potential to make you look unnatural or orange. Ask your technician for a suggestion if you are having trouble deciding what level is best for you.
Lindsay Lohan—What’s up with her tan ’stache?
Clubbin dude—WTF? He went a little overboard!!
Donald Trump—With all that money, you’d think he could get a
Clubbin girl—One word: Yikes.