One of my peers in the industry shared that a bride was told by her wedding photographer NOT to get a spray tan prior. Their reasoning was that no matter what, it would look orange.
That’s a myth, or a sign of an inexperienced photographer. Or maybe they had an experience with a bride who really did get a bad spray tan and struggled with the development and final look.
The facts are though, that a skilled photographer knows the nuances of color correction, as a slight adjustment in the post can drop the orange saturation. And a skilled spray tan artist knows how to give a natural looking tan - but that’s a subject for another day!
We have a package offer for a trial tan for brides and day of tan. Contact us for more information.
You know the saying the best thing since sliced bread? Yeah. Drying powder is like that for spray tans. Remember how in the past you may have felt sticky and uncomfortable for hours after while it develops? Well, drying powder virtually eliminates that problem. We apply our proprietary shimmering formula from head to toe, leaving you smelling delicious and feeling dry. While you still need to baby your new tan as it develops (no sweating or workouts), you can feel comfortable and go about your day without feeling awkward. Some of our clients have even wanted to keep it on and never wash it off!
The best part of all is that it all falls under our white glove philosophy, and there is never an extra charge for this added service.