4. Spray Tans
DIY tanning solutions almost never produce good results. They won’t cause skin damage or have any health effects, but they are likely to look splotchy and uneven, so don’t waste the money. Have a professional do an airbrushed spray tan that will go on evenly and without running.
When doing the professional spray tan you should protect yourself from any hazards. First of all, you need to ask for a nose filter before the session; it will prevent you from inhaling DHA, a harsh chemical that is a key component of any tan agent.
You should also protect your eyes, lips, mucous membranes and groin area. Spray tanning is usually safer than tanning beds, but only when DHA is used moderately.
If you are on a tight budget, skip this beauty treatment and go natural. After all, if you go too dark, do you think it will look natural, especially in winter? I don’t think so.
When I was in my early 20s, I used to go to tanning beds. Now I don’t understand why I did it. I enjoy my skin tone without tanning and don’t worry about spending money on this beauty treatment.