How much should I charge for a spray tan?
Norvell recommends charging between $30-$39 depending on your market for a Personalized Spray Tan by a Professional Spray Tan Artist. There are several popular options for spray tanning services that go beyond a single session.
Is spray tanning worth it?
Spray tans are a great alternative for people who want to get some color but don’t want to hit the tanning bed or lay in the sun and risk their health. The risks of a spray tan are exponentially less serious. Usually, the worst thing that can come from a spray tan is turning orange.
What should I do before a spray tan booth?
How to Prep? You should exfoliate the day before. So, if you’ve scheduled your booth spray tan, you’ll be able to plan to exfoliate and shave. Make sure the day of your spray tan, you don’t put on your daily moisturizer; it could block the full tan development and results will not be as dark as expected.
Do spray tans look natural?
Your Tan Will Look Natural
It’s normal to worry that a spray tan will look uneven, streaky, or artificial. In fact, many people have used at-home tanning products that have given them streaky, orange tans that don’t look natural or attractive.
Do Spray tans fade evenly?
Not at all. While your tan is developing ( this could take 8-10 hours ) it’s perfectly normal to see smudging, smearing or creases some where on your skin. … Airbrush tans don’t last forever ( unfortunately! ). They last 7-10 days and fade away evenly.
Do they spray tan your face?
When you’re in the tanning ‘tent’ (a one-person pod with an open front) the therapist will usually start by applying the formula, dispersed through a spray gun, to your face. As advised, take a deep breath and close your eyes. You’ll instantly notice, it’s frikkin’ cold.