In this blog post I wanted to share a video with everyone on how to remove a leftover spray tan. Usually spray tans look really great for the first 4-5 days until they start fading and sometimes the fading can look very blotchy.
Los Angeles, CA (PRWEB) June 28, 2015
Hollywood Airbrush Tanning Academy is pleased to announce the release of a new video where the academy’s founder and trainer Simone Emmons has shared tips on how to remove leftover spray tan. Simone is a highly respected personality in America’s beauty and sunless industry for her knowledge and expertise in spray tanning. Alongside maintaining a prolific career as a spray tanning expert, Simone is also engaged in helping the aspiring spray tanning professionals build their own independent airbrush tanning business from scratch. Simone’s academy has been one of the leading proponents of sunless tanning in the United States.
In spite of her busy schedule, Simone regularly comes up with useful videos that address some of the common questions people have about airbrush tanning. Removing leftover tan is one common problem people face who get spray tans frquently. In her short video, Simone recommends the following measures to remove leftover spray tan:
- Soak the body in baby oil for ten to fifteen minutes. Baby oil soaks the body significantly and makes it possible to rub away the leftover tan.
- Cut a lemon into halves and rub them in the areas where the leftover spray tan is obvious.
- Baking soda can also be used to remove leftover tan.
- Sauna or steam bath followed by scrubbing is also an effective alternative.
- Go to a spa and get a body scrub
Talking about this video, Simone says, “In this blog post I wanted to share a video with everyone on how to remove a leftover spray tan. Usually spray tans look really great for the first 4-5 days until they start fading and sometimes the fading can look very blotchy. Blotchy spray tans come for many different reasons and I leave this for another video in the near future. Today I just hope to help my fellow airbrush tanning technicians and previous students of mine and also some of my clients to give a few suggestions on removing that last leftover spray tan before coming to get a new spray tan.”
To find out more and view the video on how to remove leftover spray tan, please visit http://hollywoodairbrushtanningacademy.com/how-to-remove-a-leftover-spray-tan/
About Hollywood Airbrush Tanning Academy:
Hollywood Airbrush Tanning Academy is located in Los Angeles, California and offers an extensive Spray Tanning Certification program to anyone who wishes to learn spray tanning. Simone Emmons, the creator of the spray tanning training program, has been a professional, licensed spray tanning technician and teacher and has helped numerous entrepreneurs from Louisiana, Utah, Colorado, Nevada, Minnesota, Texas, Georgia, Arizona, Alabama, South Carolina, North Carolina, Illinois, Indiana, Washington, Oregon, Florida, Oklahoma, Alaska, Ohio, California, Canada and the Island of Hawaii and Trinidad start a business in Airbrush Tanning. The spray tanning program is unique because it provides hands-on and private spray tanning training to individuals who want to start an Airbrush Tanning Business. According to Emmons, this spray tanning program gives individuals a leading edge in starting an Airbrush Tanning business immediately after finishing with the training. Students have the option to choose from a full day course of 10-12 hours or two half day courses of 5-6 hours a day or through live video conferencing. The academy is also launching a website soon so students can learn Airbrush Tanning Online. Many tanning training institutions only educate students on their own equipment and products they sell; however, Hollywood Airbrush Tanning Academy does not sell any of their own products and provides training and education on all equipment and good products in the airbrush tanning industry.
Individuals interested in learning spray tanning and starting their own Airbrush Tanning Business should visit the website at Hollywood Airbrush Tanning Academy, or for more detailed information about the airbrush tanning classes, visit 1DaySprayTanTraining.com.