At Label Me Lindsay we pride ourselves on our quality tans. We have the best solution available and trained technicians who have expert knowledge when airbrushing all different skin types. We have 5 different tanning solutions which can be used alone or combined to achieve your desired tan level and tone. We also have after care products available to extend the life of your tan.
Packages May not be shared
At home Tanning Care Products: $20
"Tan Extender": This unique formula will enhance your color and extend the life of your spray on tan. This tan extender goes on silky smooth and leaves no sticky residue for added comfort.
"Rebuild Bronzing Mist": This is a brand new bronzing spray that can add color to your face after it starts to fade. You can use this in combination with an LML Tan or you can have it at home for days your face needs some extra glow.
How does the LML Tan Work?
A trained professional will spray the special tanning formula onto your body. The amino acids in your skin will respond naturally to the DHA and other complementary ingredients in the tanning formula to produce the most beautiful sunless tan you've ever seen. LML eliminates all of the mess and problems associated with tanning creams and spray tanning booths. There is no streaky mess, orange palms, or dirty looking knees and elbows. This is a personal treatment tailored to your individual needs. No two people are alike, and your spray tan should suit you and your skin type--so LML Tan comes in 5 gorgeous colors that can be used on their own or mixed to create a truly custom look.
How long should my tan last?
The average result is 7 to 10 days of color. Factors such as skin type, activities, and maintenance can cause your results to vary. Ask an LML team member for information about a healthy skin regimen and Retail Products.
When should I get my tan?
1-2 days before your event or vacation. You will need 10-12 hours to let the tan develop. Figure that in before you schedule your tan. It is not recommended to get the your tan on the same day as your event.
What do I wear?
Female: You can wear anything you want or go nude. Remember what ever you decide to keep on will create a line and leave the area that is covered your natural skin tone.
Male: You must wear bottoms. swim shorts, boxers, boxer briefs or briefs.
Male and Female: Make sure you wear something that is not valuble or sentamental. The tan should wash out but we can not guarentee that your clothing will not be stained.
Is it safe?
Yes. The main ingredient in our sunless tanning product is known as dihydroxyacetone (DHA). DHA is a simple no-toxic sugar. It is often derived from plant sources such as sugar beets and sugar cane.
How long does a tanning session take?
On average, a full body session can take approximately 20 minutes.
How can I maintain a great color all year 'round?
Your tan will start to fade as your skin normally exfoliates. Once your tan has completely faded, it is ok to start the preparation and treatment all over again.
Why should I get a tan before I go to a vacation with water?
Although constant water is not recommend for your tan and it will make the tan fade faster you can still go in the water. The tan will not bleed in the water or streak it will just fade faster. Don't you want to arrive with a tan if you are going to be getting in a bathing suit? You will be getting a tan while it fades so you wont even notice. Just make sure when you get out of any body of water you dab off DON'T rub with a towel! Most of our tanning clients are going of water vacations and they keep coming back so we know it is worth it:).
SPF is still Important!
Airbrush tanning is not a sprayed on SPF. There is no sunscreen the the solution so putting on your SPF is very important. You still can get sunburned and sun damaged so don't forget your sunscreen.
Can I tan when I'm Pregnant?
Label Me Lindsay does NOT airbrush tan pregnant women. There are no known side effects from the application of airbrush tanning. As a precaution, if you are pregnant you should always consult with your physician or other qualified health care provider before receiving any beauty or skin care service.