Part of your New Year’s resolutions should be reviewing your spray tan business. Successful businesses know that their business model is a work in progress. This means always keeping an eye out for needed adjustments to keep them thriving.
Talk to any spray tan lover and they will tell you that color is everything. More and more bronzers are becoming a factor. It's important to know your skin tone and complimetary colors when choosing a color.
Sometimes our clients need a little extra shading here and there or maybe had too much fun in the sun and have noticeable tan lines. The right contouring technique will successfully achieve the desired look your clients are looking for.
Even when the Technician gives a perfect spray tan a client may call with a complaint. Trouble Shooting Tans: Part 2 explains how customers can unknowingly doing something to hinder the DHA development process and how the uncover the issue.
Even the most seasoned veteran can experience client complaints. Understanding why the problems are happening is half the battle. Part 1 of this blog tackles some of the common technician issues that can occur.
As spray tan technicians we know that the application technique is critical to being a successful spray tan business, however there are other practices that a business's and technicians should keep in mind.
Everyone wants a golden glow in the summertime. A spray tan is the best way to achieve this look. It’s healthy and does not damage your skin, but if you want to keep your sunless tan looking good when doing outdoor activities follow these easy steps.
As the summer approaches we get more requests from our clients that they want to receive the darkest possible sunless tan. Even though it’s May, this sends shivers down our spines. We always want to accommodate our customers but know that applying a darker shade will not necessarily give the desired result.
There are several urban legends of sunless tanning. We are sure that you have heard a lot of them! In the past some of these were true. Even though the sunless industry has grown and developed much more sophisticated methods of creating and implementing spray tans, these legends still linger.
Tipping is a customary way of showing appreciation to the person who provided a service that made an experience enjoyable. We tip for lots services; dining out, spa treatments, valet service, etc. but since spray tanning is a relatively new service, we often hear the question, “Do I tip you?”.