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#11 trisha0612

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    Posted 14 October 2007 - 11:40 AM

    I think that if you talk to the people at the salon (if it's a good one) they can really help you out with deciding the bed, and amount of time you should tan to get the color you want. When I lived back east, I went to Island Sun (for proms and stuff). That was more or less in Bensalem though. I don't know if I would really suggest Hollywood tans, I've heard horror stories.

    The deal on spray on tans is this...I have a friend who is actually a dermatologist. For her wedding she tanned twice a week, and got a spray on once a week. For a month or so. Her tan looked very natural. I would love to do the spray on, (better for you) but it's time consuming considering all of the rules you have to follow afterwards..and sometimes you get darker in certain spots (backs of elbows, skin by arm pits).

    I think you just really have to find a local one, make sure they know what they are doing and talk to them!
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    #12 brigopens

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      Posted 17 October 2007 - 02:47 AM

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      Originally Posted by Christine
      honestly, unless you live in a small town with a tanning salon, you will have to go to the corporate ones and they are rather expensive. Its incredibly frustrating but Palm Beach Tan does offer some internet discounts that you can find on occasion. Otherwise just go to the salons and see what kind of special they are running.
      Here in Dallas, the Mavericks dancers are sponsored by Planet Tan. A coworker's son helped with the release party for their calendar last night and got me a coupon for one free month! Hopefully more of them will pop up on eBay at some point...
      Our Bridal Party in Mexico

      #13 foxytv

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        Posted 17 October 2007 - 08:49 AM

        I go to a place called Endless Summer and in January I bought a "Tan All Year" membership for $99. That allows you to use the 'regular' beds and then you pay $2-$5 to upgrade to the bronzer/more high end beds. Those type beds are better for getting color quicker.

        If you use a bronzing lotion and a bronzer bed, you'll get faster results that last longer.

        #14 brigopens

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          Posted 30 October 2007 - 01:15 AM

          Quote:
          Originally Posted by brigopens
          Here in Dallas, the Mavericks dancers are sponsored by Planet Tan. A coworker's son helped with the release party for their calendar last night and got me a coupon for one free month! Hopefully more of them will pop up on eBay at some point...

          OK, so the FI went with Planet Tan for the month and has been happy with them. I decided to just use the gym I go to locally (24 Hour fitness) (since I've been there lots lately...) and got a decent one month deal. Unlimited for $25.

          We're gonna be looking good!!!
          Our Bridal Party in Mexico




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