The Perfect Boho Tan

 

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There she glows…

 

Get an off the beach customized spray tan in 10 minutes from a CERTIFIED NORVELL professional. Norvell products are Gluten Free | Paraben Free | Cruelty Free | Sulfate Free | Non-Comedogenic | 100% Vegan & are formulated with Natural Color Complex, naturally derived and organic ingredients, Vio-7 or a blend of biotanicals. Using artistic application techniques and following client before & after care, you can achieve a gorgeous summer glow all year long! When you book your appointment please take a moment to carefully read the prep and after care instructions to ensure you have a long lasting gorgeous tan.

 
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single session $40

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3 sessions $100


how to prepare…

•Your skin should be free & clear of any and all products. No lotions, deodorants, make-up, or oils applied before your appointment.

•Shave & exfoliate BEFORE your tan. It is important NOT to use razors with a shea butter strip or any other built in moisturizers. Be sure to lightly wash your body after shaving and using conditioner in your hair by exfoliating with soap.

• Wear dark loose fitting clothes to your appointment & bring a swm suit or under garment if you prefer not to be nude.

• Be prepared to refrain from sweating, exercising, bathing or showering for at least 8 hours.

 
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After care…

• Keeping your skin moisturized is the most important step in preserving the life of your tan.

• After showering (avoid hot baths and hot tubs) make sure to pat your skin dry. Do not rub or scrub your skin in a harsh manner.

• If you are going in a pool or ocean use lotion based sunblock before getting in the water (no oil based sprays).

• Refrain from exfoliating as this will take off your tan. This includes shaving and waxing.

Important things to consider…

A women’s tan may develop differently depending on hormonal changes (ovulation, menstruation, and pregnancy). While not common, hormones may cause streakiness, patchiness, uneven fade, or produce little to no color.

  1. AHA products (Alpha Hydroxy Acid, Glycolic, Lactic, Malic, Citric, and Tartaric acids)

  2. Anti-acne products that exfoliate or dry the skin – Accutane, and Salicylic acid, can affect tan fading. Skin also peels, which can look unacceptable, especially with a tan. Antibiotics or other medications that affect your skin, can also affect your tan.

  3. Anti-aging products that “renew” or “refresh” or otherwise exfoliate skin.

  4. Band-Aids or adhesive tape applied to skin will pull the “tan” off.

  5. Bar soaps, especially deodorant, or antibacterial varieties. One bar soap and/or shower gel in particular is Dove. Curel lotions also have been known to ruin a tan.

  6. BHA Products (Beta Hydroxy Acids-salicylic acid)

  7. Body hair bleach products will bleach the tan, non-bleach skin lighteners are fine.

  8. Bore type adhesive facial strips, or “peel-off” masks

  9. Bug spray, perfumes, body sprays when sprayed directly onto skin, can remove or fade the tan. Instead, spray clothing, or spray a “cloud” of spray that you can walk through, instead of directly onto skin.

  10. Facial masks and exfoliating scrubs. It is recommended that you do these before a spray tan.

  11. Hair Inhibiting Lotions (Jergens, etc.) tend to make a sunless tan yellow.

  12. If you exercise and sweat heavily your tan can fade faster, especially in body fold areas. (arm bends, knee bends, between breasts etc.)