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Your skin is the canvas for your tan! It is important to follow all prep instructions 24hrs prior to your appointment for best results and to avoid tan development issues. The Mona Lisa wasn’t painted over dry, flakey skin;)

EXFOLIATE: Exfoliate head to toe. Exfoliating buffs away dead skin cells and impurities, revealing fresh, tan ready skin. An exfoliating mitt is best or opt for an oil-free body scrub. Any old spray tan/self tan should be removed.

SHAVING/WAXING: Shaving and waxing MUST be done at least 24hrs prior to your appointment. Shaving and waxing day of will result in a streaky, discolored result + runs the risk of skin irritation from potential nicks/cuts.

COMPLETE ALL OTHER BEAUTY SERVICES: Your tan is your last stop! All other beauty services must be done at least 24hrs prior to your tan (mani/pedi, facial etc).

If you were unable to get your nails done prior to your tan, just a polish change is recommended. You do not want to be soaking/scrubbing/rubbing your fresh spray tan!


Your skin must be free of deodorant, lotion, makeup, perfume etc.

WE DO NOT RECOMMEND SHOWERING DAY OF: Showering, exfoliating, + shaving/waxing too close to your appointment alters your skin's pH and runs the risk of product residue staying on your skin. This will prevent the solution from adhering and developing properly. If you absolutely need to, just a quick (lukewarm) water only rinse 4+ hours before your appointment


LONG: Wear long clothing to protect your tan while you're processing. This ensures it won't rub off on your seat/seat belt in the car + prevents any skin to skin transfer. Yes, even when it’s hot out you still want to wear long clothes. No shorts, please!

LOOSE: Avoid anything tight! No jeans, leggings, bras, sneakers etc. Tight clothing will rub off the solution causing an uneven, discolored result. Opt for open toe sandals/flip flops

DARK: Fresh tans have the possibility of transferring onto your clothing. Our solutions are water soluble and will rinse out of most clothing however, we still suggest wearing something dark (preferably black)


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