Missouri-Kansas City

Spray-on Tan?

Anyone know a place to get a good spray on tan in the Overland Park area?  I want the kind where someone sprays it on, rather than a booth.  I've done the booth thing before...it's streaky and orange.  Also, approximately how much do they cost?
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07.10.10
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Re: Spray-on Tan?

  • edited December 2011
    There's a good place on 75th and mission called bronze and beauty.  It's $30 for a full tan but she does a good job. 

    http://www.bronzebeautykc.com/airbrushtanning.html
  • edited December 2011
    I've thought about doing those too.  How long to they usually last?
  • prideeinpynkprideeinpynk
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    edited December 2011
    Whitney - usually about a week. They do take some upkeep to keep them looking right: moisturize and don't exfoliate! Some people use the lotion tanners (like, the Jergens one that slowly builds up a tan, can't remember what it's called) to stretch them out longer. But I think 5-10 days is pretty much the norm.

    Chrissy & David -- 10/10/10

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  • edited December 2011
    I just went to Celsius Tannery (Lee's Summit location) and used their Celsius Spa.  I was skeptical about using a booth because I had been turned orange once too but after trying it I am planning on buying a package for my girls and fiance before the wedding.  I'm going to have them all do it the night before because it is the most perfect spray tan I've ever had.  It is better than having someone spray you.  It is completely even, not orange at all, and it helps keeps you moisturized.  It is $26 for a single session but I got a package for 2 for $35 so I could test it before my engagement photos.  It worked perfectly the second time as well.  Hope that helps!
  • prideeinpynkprideeinpynk
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    edited December 2011
    engutshall - I'd be wary about doing it the night before. Give it at least a day or two. Otherwise, you may rub off onto your dress, no matter how perfect the tan!

    Chrissy & David -- 10/10/10

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  • edited December 2011
    Thanks for the tips!
  • HammysGirlHammysGirl
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    edited December 2011
    I used a perfect Ten (or Twenty) before but a friend recently told me they might not be around anymore. Ditto on the exfloiation before hand.
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