As the big day nears, more and more brides-to-be are considering a little something extra to ensure their wedding look is picture-perfect. But with the rise of spray tans for weddings, it raises the question: Is it wrong to get a spray tan for your big day?
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Different types of spray ten
Airbrush: This is applied by a trained technician using an airbrush gun. The solution is sprayed onto the skin in a fine mist for natural-looking skin.
Mobile spray tans: This is a popular option for events such as weddings, proms, and photo shoots, where a group of people wants to have a spray tan done in one location. The technician can come to the event venue and provide spray tans for everyone on site.
HVLP (High Volume Low Pressure) spray tan: This is a similar process to an airbrush, but the solution is applied using an HVLP gun which is less expensive and more efficient.
Booths: This is a self-service option where the customer stands in a booth and is sprayed with the tanning solution. The solution is dispensed automatically by a machine.
Can: This is a DIY option where the customer sprays the solution onto their skin using a can. This is a less precise method and can result in uneven coverage.
Tips for getting spray tanned
Spray tans are a popular option for brides-to-be who want to ensure their skin looks flawless and radiant on the big day. This is especially true if you’re getting married in the summer when sun exposure is at its peak. If you are determined to get one, consider the following advice.
Start planning several weeks before the wedding in order to allow enough time for the spray tan to develop before the big day. Remember that you may need multiple sessions depending on your skin type, so try to start early and make sure you’re comfortable with the process.
Choose Quality Products
Make sure to use quality products for optimal results. The best products are made with natural ingredients and will help reduce skin irritation. It’s also important to choose a product that is formulated for your skin type, as this will ensure a better result.
It’s important to stay hydrated during the process in order to ensure the best results. Drink plenty of water before and after each session, as this will help keep your skin looking healthy and radiant during this special time.
Schedule Test Runs
Schedule several test runs with the salon ahead of time in order to get an idea of how your skin will look after the application. This can help you customize the color and make necessary adjustments if needed.
Avoid Last-Minute Changes
Try not to make last-minute changes or adjustments when it is too close to the wedding date. Doing so may cause an uneven or unnatural look that could be difficult and more expensive than doing a new application altogether.
Ultimately, it is up to you and your partner to determine how much involvement you want to have in taking the extra steps to look amazing for your wedding day. A spray tan can help enhance your appearance and give you a beautiful, golden glow on your big day. However, it is important to be aware of the potential risks associated with spray tanning, such as overdosing on solutions or experiencing side effects from developing an allergy.