five pounds slimmer.
as my mama deb was always one of those
“Tanning Beds Are Toxic” moms.
I was making frequent (way too frequent)trips to
Mr. Versa Spa.
mastered the art of the spray tan.
So, here are a few of the tricks/lessons I’ve learned:
This was my biggest mistake in HS for sure.
I would make a trip to mr. versa spa twice a week (ah I know) and literally just layer on that junk without
exfoliating off the old gunk. Not good.
I’ve worn my makeup while getting a spray,
thinking that it would seep right through. Nope.
I wound up with a very tan neck and a very un-tan face.
It develops over-time rather than immediately.
It ends up a lot less splotchy, promise!
I used to get the Medium Clear, but lately I’ve been getting Light Clear and I think it looks way more natural on my skin, while still giving me that glow.
Side note: If it’s your first time, go LIGHTER rather than darker.
The clear coating develops over time, so you can wait to shower for up to 24 hours and it will keep getting slightly darker.
face without it getting too dark.
and shower it off in the morning.
Gather your hair at the tippy top of your head and make sure you put the cap as far back as you can without exposing your hair. However, it’s better to let some of your hair exposed rather than covering up some of your forehead. You don’t wanna end up with a half white,
half tan forehead.
and bottoms of your feet religiously.
Orange hands are the first give-away that your
bronzed glow is nothing but a fakey fake.
After you get out, pat your neck dry…even if you think it already is. The neck is the first to get smeary.
Give away #2 that you didn’t actually just
return home from the beach.
Let’s be honest, who doesn’t wanna be
the hot momwhen their older?