You've planned every detail of your wedding, the last thing you want is for something like a spray-tan mishap — such as a bronze formula smeared on your dream white dress — distracting you from the magic of your big day.
We know wearing white can be daunting, so you're probably going to want to get some sort of faux glow. We created this special spray-tan Q/A just for brides. Read on to learn all the ABC's of tanning from The Hue of Pensacola. If you have anything other questions please contact us at 850-776-3921 or visit us at www.thehouseofhue.com
When is the perfect time to get your spray tan?
We would definitely suggest doing it two days before your wedding so you will have already washed off the first layer of the tan, it will have settled into your skin, and you can add your own moisturizer. You also have the ability to see how it turned out and make sure that it's perfect.
Your face is the first place to lose a tan. What are some good tips for keeping your tan intact the two days between when you get sprayed and your actual wedding?
Skip using any kind of salicylic acid wash or acne wash or benzoyl peroxide, because those lighten up the skin. Also don't exfoliate those two days. If you do have problematic skin and you want to keep it clear and need to use acne washes, then you can always get an at-home self-tanner for your face. Dab a bit on, and just blend it evenly.
What's the best way to extend your tan during your honeymoon?
You can actually get something really cheap from the drugstore, a gradual moisturizer. Since you already have your spray-tan base, you can use it as a moisturizer to keep your color. Just pick one for your skin tone, such a fair or medium.