- How do I prepare for my sunless DAZZLE TAN?
Shave and exfoliate thoroughly! This will eliminate dead skin cells and prepare your skin for a flawless competition tan. Pay special attention to your knees, ankles, feet, elbows and knuckles. Make sure your skin is dry and free of lotion, oil or deodorants prior to tanning.
- What should I wear after my DAZZLE TAN is applied?
Wear loose fitting dark clothing. Clothing that chafes the skin will cause the tan to rub off. Cotton clothing is the best.
- When should I start my DAZZLE TAN applications for my competition and how many applications will I need?
We recommend that you schedule your appointments for the day before the competition. Normally we will schedule three applications; one in the mornings and twin the afternoon/evening. Normally, no more than three coats are needed to achieve the depth of color desired for the stage. Occasionally additional applications may be needed for competitors with fair complexions. WE GUARANTEE A STATE PERFECT TAN! WE DO NOT CHARGE EXTRA FOR ADDITIONAL APPLICATIONS!
- How is DAZZLE TAN applied?
For a flawless finish we hand air brush DAZZLE TAN directly onto your skin. Any runs are caught and blended to ensure an even, smooth, no streak and natural looking tan.
- How dark will my DAZZLE TAN get?
The depth of color will depend on your individual skin type, skin tone and the number of coats applied. You will get darker with each application. Our natural bronzers will leave your skin with a beautiful natural looking tan.
- How will DAZZLE TAN affect my skin?
DAZZLE TAN solutions are made with natural ingredients that actually help protect and rejuvenate the skin, enabling a longer-lasting, slow even fading tan with minimal rub-off. We DO NOT use alcohol or other chemicals which often cause skin to dry.
- How do I care for my DAZZLE TAN after my competition?
Moisturize! Moisturize! Moisturize! Everyday, millions of dead skin cells are naturally worn away from the surface of your skin. As these dead cells are worn away, your DAZZLE TAN will gradually fade.