Airbrush Tanning

Our airbrush tanning service provides clients with a safe and natural-looking tan without the harmful effects of UV exposure. Our skilled technicians use a specialized airbrush system to apply a fine mist of tanning solution evenly over the body, resulting in a flawless and sun-kissed glow. Whether for a special occasion or just to enhance your natural beauty, our airbrush tanning service will leave you feeling confident and radiant.


Pre and Post Tanning Care

Pre Tan Care

Below are some tips to prepare for your airbrush tan:

  • Do not wear make-up, lotion, or deodorant before your spray tan
  • Do not use a self-tan product before your spray tan, especially Jergens Glow. All of these self-tan products will change the color of your luxury spray tan and may cause it to look streaky. If you have already applied a self-tanner, please scrub all of it off before your spray tan appointment
  • Exfoliate 8 to 24 hours before your spray tan for the best outcome. Use an exfoliation glove or a washcloth and a paraben free soap.
  • Your legs should be shaved 8 to 24 hours before your tan. If less than 8-24 hours, please shave and follow with a cold rinse to close the pores.
  • If planning on having a manicure and/or pedicure, do so before your spray tan session.Be sure to not leave anything on your skin. This includes soap residue, shaving cream residue, lotion, body oil, and sunscreen. If you have fresh, clean, clear skin, your spray tan is going to absorb better and last longer.
  • Wear very loose, dark clothing to your spray tan appointment. Avoid putting on a bra right after your session, while your spray tan is still developing. Loose swimsuit cover-ups, sundresses, large T-shirts, and drawstring shorts or pants are perfect choices. Yoga pants or tight clothes will rub against your new spray tan, so leave the form-fitting clothes at home. 
  • Women may undress to their comfort level.  Men must wear boxers or briefs.  

Tanning After Care

  • Do not shower or sweat excessively for the next (Rapid- 4 hours) 8 hours after your spray tan.
  • The first shower after your spray tan should be with cool water and no soap. You may see the tanning bronzer rinse off. Don’t worry, your spray tan will still be on your skin. It’s just the body bronzer that’s rinsing off.
  • Do not shave for the first twelve hours after your spray tan and first shower. If you must, use a fresh razor.
  • Use a body wash that is mild and sulfate-free. Sulfates will strip off a spray tan. So will harsh soaps like anti-bacterial soaps.
  • Avoid putting things on your skin that are drying or bleaching like chlorine and alcohol. This includes perfume. Use sparingly on wrists and behind ear
  • Avoid wearing tight clothing as much as possible. If you are wearing skintight jeans, workout bras, and tops that are form fitting, constantly rubbing on the surface of the skin, you’re going to rub off your spray tan. Come prepared to your session with loose fitting clothes and flip-flops to wear home.
  • The most important thing that you can do to make your spray tan last longer is to moisturize twice every day with a spray tan friendly moisturizer. Be very careful to avoid any products that contain mineral oil, which will strip off your color. Hydrated skin ensures that the spray tan will be even and will stay on your skin as long as possible.
  • REMEMBER – your Spray Tan does not contain an SPF, please wear an oil-free protection.

Custom Airbrush Services

Basic Airbrush Tan - $40

  • Custom airbrush spray tan with an 8-10 hour waiting period before rinsing.


Rapid Airbrush Tan - $50

  • Custom airbrush spray tan with an 2-4 hour waiting period before rinsing.


  • 1. Schedule

    Click on the link above to Schedule an Appointment

  • 2. Check Email

    You will receive an email with a link to important electronic forms to complete prior to your visit.

  • 3. Submit Forms

    Complete the required new patient forms and submit prior to your visit.

  • 4. Text Message

    You will receive a text message about your pre-appointment consultation and upcoming visit.

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