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Offer clients Deluxe Spray Tan using our Tan Prep re-balancing primer in conjunction with Tan Lock for the ultimate finishing treatment. 
Having skin at optimum levels provides Tanning Technicians with the best possible condition to create a flawless application and make the tan last longer.

Tan Prep body primer is designed to re-balance the pH levels of the skin, lock in moisture and minimise pores.

Tan Lock hydrates and moisturises the skin, locks in colour while resisting moisture. It also serves to minimise any smudging of your new Black Magic Tan during development time making it a "must have" addition when tanning.

Know Your Clients Underlying Skin Tone

Understanding about skin tone is important for all cosmetic purposes and tanning is no exception.

The skin’s undertone is the warm, cool, or neutral hue that shows through the surface colour of skin. Although the surface colour of skin changes depending on sun exposure and other skin conditions, the skin’s undertone remains consistent.

The Fitzpatrick scale was created to determine your skins susceptibility to UV rays and is broken down into 6 skin types. However it does not relate to the skins undertone which never changes.

Knowing whether your undertone is warm, cool or neutral will assist in making sure your tan matches your skin to achieve the best possible result.

There are several ways to determine your skin tone, but here is a quick method to keep in mind:

The Quick Test

Look at the colour of the veins on the inside of your wrist. This is a quick way to determine your undertones Make sure you are examining your wrists in natural light, either standing near a window or outdoors, and that your skin is clean and free of product.

Your underlying skin colour will always relate to one of these skin tones.

Cool Skin Tone –

If your veins appear blue or purple, you have a cool skin tone

 

The best tanning base for your skin tone is a tanning solution from our Green Base range. A Green base will counteract any pink hue your skin will throw leaving you with the most natural looking tan.

Warm Skin Tone –

If your veins appear green, you have a warm skin tone.

If you’re a warm skin tone, the veins on your wrist will appear green, and your skin type will quickly bronze or darken in the sun, so your skin tone would suit a tanning solution from within our Vibe Range which has a Violet Base. A violet base will counteract any yellow hue.

Neutral Skin Tone –

If you can’t tell whether your veins are green or blue, you most likely fall into the neutral skin tone category. Clients with a neutral skin tone have a wide variety of choice.
Should you be lucky enough to have an olive complexion you most likely fall into this category.

If you fit within this range you have a wide variety of choice as your skin tone allows for a wide variety of choice.

If you have an olive complexion, you most likely fall into the neutral category.

Part 2: Understanding Skin Types

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