Wedding Spray Tan Do’s and Don’ts

Posted on May 18th, 2018

If you’re counting down to wedding season, you definitely need to take a look at our wedding spray tan dos and don’ts. Wedding season officially starts in June, so if you’re a bride, bridesmaid, mother of the bride or the groom himself, you’ll definitely want a glow that wows.

Wedding Spray Tan Dos

1. Do Airbrush
Our top recommendation for any bride looking to get a wedding spray tan is to opt for an Airbrush spray tan. If you’re getting ready for a wedding, the last thing you need to worry about is picking your spray tan color and bronzers, so leave it to us with an Airbrush session.

An Airbrush session takes place with a certified consultant who can customize the perfect color, undertone and scent for your big day.

2.Do Schedule a Spray Tan Trial
If you’re new to spray tanning, it’s only natural to anticipate what your complexion will look like after an Airbrush spray tan. Schedule a stress-free weekend for a spray tan trial, so you can see what the results of your Airbrush will look like on your big day.

3. Do Use Your Favorite Oil-Free Moisturizer
If your wedding is on a Saturday, we recommend getting your spray tan on that Thursday before your wedding. Your Airbrush spray tan will be flawless, so you won’t need to touch up with more tanning products. Simply apply your favorite moisturizer a couple times per day, and avoid any mineral oil and alcohol ingredients. This will protect your tan and will avoid any color transferring onto your white dress.

Wedding Spray Tan Don’ts

1. Don’t Spray Tan Immediately After Exfoliation
Wait at least 24 hours after waxing or shaving to receive your Airbrush service. This will prevent any skin irritation or the spray tan solution from settling in your pores. Also, pedicures and manicures are considered to be part of your exfoliation preparation, so schedule your mani and pedi before your Airbrush spray tan.

2. Don’t Attend Your Dress Fitting Without a Spray Tan
If you’re scheduling an Airbrush spray tan trial before your wedding, don’t miss the opportunity to see what your spray tan looks like with your wedding dress color. Schedule your spray tan trial in coordination with your dress fitting, so you can adjust your spray tan color if needed.

3. Don’t Miss The Opportunity to Glow on Your Honeymoon
Salt water and chlorine can make your spray tan fade away faster, but that doesn’t mean you have to go on your honeymoon without a tan. If you’re jetting off to your honeymoon immediately after your wedding, take a self-tan lotion or spray so you can extend the life of your spray tan and touch up on the go.