*The airbrush tanning is sponsored from Nicole, but all opinions are my own.*
I met Nicole from Brnzdbeatyglamandtan earlier this year, and instantly loved her personality. Nicole is a Dallas Award Winning Airbrush Sunless Tanning boss. She’s helping me kill it with my tan this summer.
When I first started seeing Nicole, I went with a lighter color, but am now up to a double dark. I’m quite pale, so I didn’t want to look funny if I messed it up. Before you get an airbrush tan, there are definitely some things you should know.
Before you get an airbrush tan, you’ll want to exfoliate and shave the day before. On the day of your airbrush tan, you will want to allow it to set for 6-8 hours, at least. During this time, you don’t want to sweat or get your tan wet.
I usually let my tan set for at least 8 hours, because the longer it sits, the darker the color. After that, you rinse off your body. Soaps with parabens and oils can strip away your tan faster.
Nicole is down at the Village on the Parkway. She has covered parking available for rainy days. Right now, I’m trying to work with her once a week.
On Tuesdays, Nicole is charging $20 for an airbrush tan. It lasts up to 9 days or so. If you do a review on Yelp or social media, you can also get $5.
You can also get awesome scrubs and lotion from Sharidust at Nicole’s suite. I found that once my tan starts coming off, I just scrub my body very well, and then somewhat vigorously rub my body with a towel after. All of the Sharidust products smell amazing!
I can’t wait to share the next thing Nicole is learning to offer at her suite. I’ll have all of the details by mid-July or so. It’s not offered by very many people in Dallas, yet.
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