If you're new to self-tanning, or you simply haven't invested in tanning gear in a long time, it's important to know the basics.
We all aspire to have that healthy pregnancy glow – or just that glow in general – but it’s not always a natural occurrence. And while there are ways to ensure your skin is always radiant, being pregnant means you might not be able to get a spray tan in the way that you used to.
We usually partake in spray tanning and exercising for the same reasons. After all, both make us look fabulous and feel amazing in our own skin!
It’s easy to get caught up in the excitement of applying spray tanning solutions. In fact, the experience is so relaxing and fun that many people forget to pay special attention to their fingernails.
It’s true to say that spray tan is more popular with men than most people tend to realise. In fact, according to a recent survey over 50% of guys have bronzed up at some point. It begs the question: what are the other 50% waiting for?
Many people are overcome with a temptation to start with their face when applying spray tan. After all, this is your money-maker and therefore you’ll no doubt be desperate to see what you look like with a sun-kissed complexion.