What to Avoid After an Airbrush Tan

What to Avoid After an Airbrush Tan Believe it or not, the holiday season is getting closer and it’s time to start thinking about how you want to look when they arrive. If you’re hoping to have golden bronzed skin for the holiday season, you might be considering a spray tan.

If you are planning to get an airbrush tan for the holiday season, make sure you avoid doing certain things that can make them fade quickly.

Avoid Shower and Shaving

Obviously you’ll need to shower after getting airbrushed, but spending a lengthy amount of time in water can contribute to fading. Exfoliating and shaving can also result in a faded airbrush tan, because razors and loofahs rub the surface of your skin diminishing the tans. We suggest waiting at least 10 to 12 hours before showering for best results.

Avoid Scented Products

Although you might love using scented products, do your best to avoid them after getting airbrushed. Sweet smelling holiday scented products might be tempting, but to achieve that smell, those products are full of chemicals. Consider using unscented soaps and lotions instead which tend to be more natural and softer on skin overall.

Avoid Excessive Perspiration

We understand that fitness is important, but after getting airbrushed, you’ll want to cut back on working out for at least 12 hours after. Sweating can wear off the product, not to mention, you also have to avoid showering which is hard to do if you’ve been working out.  If abstaining from physical activity is not an option, use a gradual tanner between sessions to extend your tan.

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  1. Thanks for the tip on cutting back on the working out. I’m getting married soon and I don’t want to have my tan smeared off because I was sweating too much. I’ll have to remember your tips if I ever get that airbrush tan.

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