Contrary to what you might think, airbrush tanning is not the sole province of tanning salons. Many makeup artists also do spray tans for their clients because airbrush tans are considered a form of body makeup for the fashion conscious.
Part of the appeal of doing spray tans, in addition to makeup work, is that you can give your clients’ skin a baseline color that they like and then do the actual makeup application on top of that. That way clients can have a more “complete” look by the time they leave your studio. This is especially useful if you work with individuals who need or want bronzed skin to compliment a natural prime look or a more sophisticated color-balanced one.
If you are a makeup artist who already uses airbrush techniques to work on your clients, then spray tanning is the next natural progression. The devices professional tanning salons use are similar to the ones makeup artists use for their work. The application techniques are also similar, especially when it comes to doing face and body definition.
And, of course, there’s the profitability factor. Greater consumer awareness about the dangers of UV radiation has made spray tanning an increasingly popular option for people seeking that fresh-from-the-beach golden glow. And that’s transformed airbrush tanning into a multibillion-dollar a year industry. Better still, getting into the business requires only a modest investment which you’ll make back quickly.
New Gorgeous sunless tanning products are the choice of makeup artists and tanning salons around the world. They contain pharmaceutical-grade ingredients and are designed so that you can mix and match colors to create shades as unique as your clients’. We also have all the equipment and the know-how that you’ll need to get started in your new venture. So when you’re ready to take your make-up business to the next level, contact us!
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