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#1 iwantadreamswedding

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    Posted 22 May 2009 - 11:46 AM

    Well, I'm not sure which resorts offer it, but I know that Suzanne Morel does it. Well, they do body bronzing, I'm not sure if it's airbrush or not.

    #2 iwantadreamswedding

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      Posted 22 May 2009 - 11:47 AM

      wait, is tanning and bronzing the same thing? lol

      #3 jessi_621

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        Posted 22 May 2009 - 12:33 PM

        I do Mystic Tanning or Versa Spa and my results are great. I never get orangey and everyone always says it looks great. It also depends on what level you do at the salon. I would try out with a 1 and see how you like it. I say go ahead and try it, the technology it great!

        #4 Sparkles8300

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          Posted 27 May 2009 - 12:30 PM

          Just be careful!! I did the airbrush tanning the day before we left for our site visit. After getting in the pool for an hour or so on the first day my chest and arms started to peel off. It looked SOOO BAD!! I had to exfoliate to make it less patchy. If you do spray tan, then make sure to stay out of the water before your wedding so you don't start to peel off.

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          #5 NaM

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            Posted 27 May 2009 - 01:02 PM

            This is really tricky. I used to work at a tanning salon and I definitely agree that you shouldn't go into chlorine after spray tanning. If you do Mystic Tan...they have a lotion with the same self tanners as the machine that can help "pro long" the life of the spray... it's basically lotion with DHA self tanners in them so you keep the same color. I also would not recommend doing it at your destination if you haven't ried the machine before...you don't know what products they use, how you skin will react, or what color you will turn. I say try out a few self tanners at home and decide which one gives you the most desirable results.

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