Tanning has become quite the hit to numerous individuals. Most people might lean on sunbathing and indoor tanning as a means to get a tan. However, due to recent findings and research, it’s been found that tanning with the presence of UV rays can cause a lot of damage. In fact, due to the presence of UV rays, many individuals exposed to copious amounts of it have gotten their share of skin cancer.
This is why self tanners have risen in fame. Despite being dubbed as a fake tan since you lather the color onto your skin, many can attest that self tanners are a much healthier method to getting the bronze tone. Unfortunately, it’s not the easiest. Many who want to try out self tanning are easily deterred by how complicated it is especially spray tanning. Spray tanning is using an airbrush to apply a self tanner to your skin. It’s still a tedious task but here are some tips to make it easier:
– Avoid making use of old self tanners. Old self tanners can clog up the nozzle of your airbrush. That not only means a bad tanning output but also causes too much of a mess and may damage the machine. If your self tanner has been sitting on the shelf for quite some time, it’s best to throw it out and get a new one.
– Use self tanners that work with airbrushes. Not all self tanners are deemed to be spray tanned thus it’s always best to ask if they can be spray tanned prior to purchasing. You don’t want to spend too much on something you can’t fully utilize right?
– Make sure that you use a good nozzle. Airbrushes come with varying nozzle sizes. If you’re hoping to apply your self tanner on a wide area, make use of a wide nozzle. Contouring can be done with a finer nozzle.