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Host An Organic Spray Tan Party

Updated on November 7, 2017
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Miami Star Glo is a Tanning Salon conveniently located in Chandler & Scottsdale Arizona, specializing in organic airbrush tanning.

Advantages To Hosting A Spray Tanning Party

Many of us are always looking for an easy and cost effective way to get a decent tan. Sure you could do it the old fashion way and go outside under the sun for five hours, but then you’d be risking skin burns and possibly even skin cancer. Instead, you should consider hosting a spray tan party that features organic spray tanning products for its attendees.

When you host a spray tan party you can enjoy the many great benefits that come with it. For starters, you get to try all natural tanning solutions that won’t clog your pores or damage your skin. These products are usually complementary for all party guests to use as well. This means they can try out free samples of these different organic tanning products before actually buying them. Then they can see which ones work the best on their skin. After all, we all have different skin colors and skin sensitivity.

That is why a spray tan party can help people save money and learn about these organic products at the same time. Plus, since they’re organic that means they won’t dry out your skin or leave any kind of irritation afterwards. So, no one at the party will be at risk.

Organic Airbrush Tanning Is A Safe Way To Get An Awesome Tan

Finding A Good Location Will Help Ensure That Your Spay Tan Party Is A Success.

The people who host tanning parties will need a big wide open space in order to make everyone comfortable at the party. The technicians that set up the spray devices will provide extractor fans and tents in order to prevent the spray from getting on any nearby furniture and flooring. The point is that tanning parties can be held on both commercial and residential properties. This will allow you to invite tanning company representatives or people who simply own organic products and introduce them to the people in your geographic area. Plus, they will be the ones bringing the tanning sprays, so you won’t have to invest any of your own cash into this. So not only will you get to try these organic tanning products for free, but you will get to learn about them as well. You will also get to learn which tanning products work for you and which ones do not. Most importantly, it is a chance to get together with your friends and have a good time.

A Fun Way To Spread Spray Tanning Knowledge To Your Friends

It's A Party Not A Trade Show!

Remember that these parties are not trade shows where you are showing off different products. They are just the highlight of the party. The rest of the time you will be eating, drinking and socializing with those around you. Whether you invite friends, business people or both, the gathering will be one of entertainment and education for everybody there. You could talk with your friends about what you all plan to bring to the event so that everybody doesn't show up with the same products. Or get tips online about how to put on a good party.

Spray Tanning Is Fast Fun And Easy

Some Quick Tips To Help You Prepare For Your Spray Tan

Organic spray tanning may be the new revolutionary and natural way to tan your skin, but that doesn’t mean you can neglect treating your skin either. Before you even think about going to a spray tan salon, you have to first prepare your skin for it. In order to do this, you have to think of skin treatment for tanning the same way you would think of skin treatment for makeup. The only difference is that you have to prepare all of your skin for the tanning spray, not just your face. This means you first have to shave off all of your body and facial hair. Obviously, you wouldn’t want the tanning spray to cover your hairs because the spray wouldn’t hit the skin underneath it.

If you are someone with excessive body hair, like a guy, then you should consider waxing to get the hair off because shaving doesn’t always remove every single hair. Next, you cannot wear any kinds of makeup, deodorants or conditioners that cover the skin. Even though these items are mostly transparent, they can still create a barrier that will block the tanning spray from reaching your skin. After you have done all of these things, then you can prepare to make your appointment at the tanning salon.

Your Spray Tan Will Look Natural And Healthy

Tips For Maintaining Your Spray Tan

Once you have gone through the tanning process, you won’t be out of the woods just yet. You still have to take certain steps to make sure the tanning solution stays on your skin. First, you cannot shower for up to 8 hours after the tanning spray was applied. Try not to sweat during those 8 hours either because the sweat can still act as water on your body, which could interfere with the process.

After this time period, you will need to moisturize your skin at least two times every day for one week. Make sure you use organic moisturizers because this will make your tan look even and flawless. Finally, you will want to avoid getting into water that has chemicals in it. This could be chlorinated or chemically altered water from a swimming pool, Jacuzzi, steam room or sauna.

If you follow all of these recommendations, then your spray tan should last you for about two weeks. Once the two weeks are up, you can simply go back to the salon and get the spray all over again. It's best to go to the same salon where the staff knows what you like in toner.

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