To make your tan last longer (and apply to a more even base), exfoliating is a must. An in-shower scrub will slough away dead skin cells settled on your body, and reveal the fresh skin beneath. I’d suggest doing so a few times in the lead up to your tan appointment, it’ll remove any lingering fake tan and leave an ideal base for tan application. You’ll also feel extra soft.
If you’re getting a spray tan for New Year’s Eve, here are 5 (easy) ways to prep
New Year’s Eve is our next opportunity to drink a little fizz, eat a lot of beige, and catch up with old friends. It’s also the last opportunity to do all of that and justify it within the ‘festive celebrations’ category. Whatever your plans may be (pub, club, sofa) last year, we saw bookings for spray tans at their highest this coming weekend. So, if you’re hitting the spray tan booth, here’s how to prep (and keep that colour lasting right through to 2019).
By Rachel Spedding
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