Your wedding day is a once-in-a-lifetime event, and you want to look and feel your best. A flawless, bronzed complexion not only enhances your appearance but also boosts your confidence. Spray tanning ensures an even and streak-free tan that complements your wedding attire and photographs beautifully.
#5 - Always schedule a trial first
As with any aspect of your wedding, planning is crucial. Schedule a trial run with your spray tan artist at least a month before the big day. This allows you to test different shades and solutions, ensuring the perfect color match for the big weekend. It also provides ample time to make any necessary adjustments.
#4 - If you're wearing white (or close to white), go a little lighter
Everything is going to look darker next to a light color so air on the side of caution and tone the tan down.
#3 - Consider your fiancé's skin tone when choosing how bronzed you want to look
You don't want to look TOO tan next to them because that can end up looking artificial.
#2 - Plan to book your wedding tan for 2 DAYS before your events begin (and that includes rehearsal dinners)
Schedule your final spray tan appointment two before your wedding. This gives your tan enough time to fully develop and allows for any last-minute touch-ups. This will also give you an extra day to shower - if need be.
#1 - Make sure your nails and all beauty services are done at least the day before your tan
Your tan should be the last beauty treatment you do before the wedding day and the ONLY treatment that day to ensure an even application.
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Frequently Asked Questions
How should I prepare for my wedding spray tan?
Undertake a trial run with your spray tan artist a month ahead of the wedding.
Should I adjust my tan shade based on my wedding attire?
Yes, if your attire is light-colored, it’s recommended to tone down the tan for a balanced look.
Should my partner's complexion influence my tan shade?
Yes, your tan should complement your partner’s skin tone to avoid a stark difference, which might look unnatural.
When should I schedule my final spray tan session?
Book it two days before your wedding. This allows the tan to fully develop and time for any necessary touch-up.
Should I be concerned about other beauty treatments clashing with my tan?
Make sure your tan is the final beauty treatment, done a day after all the others to ensure an even applicationOur Spray Tans