Why Does Spray Tanning Turn You Orange?
Spray Tanning can turn you orange but do not be alarmed. Usually, this is a result of a technicians error.
Each sunless solution work differently on different skin tones. This is why it is important to source a reputable experienced brand for professional results. Over spraying a client with too dark of a solution can over expose their tan, casting an orange tint on the skin resulting in a not so natural tan. Drier areas such as hands, elbows, knees, ankles, and feet must be sprayed with light precision as they are prone to buildup. It is up to the technicians preference whether to use barrier creams in these areas or not. Barrier creams can keep penetration on the skin to a minimum. Alligator skin, uneven fading and patchiness can also be a result of over applying solution. We recommend 1-2 coats of reputable solution per client to ensure a natural match skin tone. Instant Cosmetic Bronzers can be misleading as they do not determine the final outcome of colour, it is always better to be too light than too dark! Stay up to date and do research on the quality of products used at home or in salon. Quality product with proper usage will not leave you orange, but instead give desired skin-kissed results.