How To Spray Tan For Wedding
How To Spray Tan For Wedding
Every bride wants to look the best on her wedding and tanning is one of the most important aspects of looking good. Learn how to get a spray tan that is superbly suited to you at your home without making a mistake that would ruin your best day.
Okay. So, when you are looking for a spray tan for your wedding, one of the most important things to know about is percentages of DHA. Now, DHA is in every single tanning product and what it is, it is a derivative of sugarcane and it is what actually darkens the skin.
You have got many, many different percentages of DHA. Some products cans start at 8 and they go all the way up to 14 or 16, which is super, super high. Now, for a wedding, I would recommend a 9% DHA product, reason being that you do not want to be overly golden.
You want to use a product that has got a pinky caramel base. Remember, you are going to be out a lot in natural light and you are going to be wearing a white dress. So, you do not want to have a heavy, obvious, Hollywood tan.
You want to have that more English, rosy, pinky, caramel, natural tan. So, I am going to show you how to do that. The product that I am using today is Bronze Forever and this is because it is a pinky, caramel, just over 9% DHA which is absolutely perfect for brides.
It is also what I use on a lot of my celebrity clients as well. Basically, first of all, before applying any spray tanning product, you must make sure that the skin is properly hydrated. What we are going to do is we are using the organic color-ware on fruit acid products.
We are wiping under the arms to removing any deodorants, removing any dead skin cells, any dry flaky skin on the front of the legs; it is all getting removed with our exfoliating product. And then the product I have chosen, because this is for a wedding, would be Bronze Forever. Bronze Forever is a very pinky, œcaramel, light golden, medium tan which is going to give you that English rose glow.
And it is just basically, it is very warm, it is very caramel, as my favorite with celebrities such as Jayne Torvill on Dancing on Ice. It is a beautiful color on natural blondes but it is definitely the best color for wedding because you just want to be very, very careful about not being too overly done. Especially, please remember your bridesmaids and your mother-in-laws as well.
Make sure that everybody does have the same color because otherwise when you are all in a row, if one of you have had a fake tan and the other ones have not, then it would really just stick out like a sore thumb. So, my advice is to have a light, healthy looking glow spray tan and make sure the whole wedding party has it, including the groom. Okay.
So, now, what I am going to do is I am going to lock that lovely English rose tan in. It is going to take 8 hours to develop. So, go home tonight, have a jolly good rest and then congratulations in the morning.
Thank you. .