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Old 01-24-2008, 01:05 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Blacklight issues?

Has anyone sprayed someone or personally been completely consumed by blacklights directly (4hrs or so) after being sprayed?

I'm wondering as I will be testing this out in approx a week. I didn't know if someone has already had good/bad experiences?!
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Old 01-24-2008, 01:09 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Re: Blacklight issues?

Blacklights? I dont get it. What do black-lights (which are horrible on the eyes) have to do with a spray-tan?
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Re: Blacklight issues?

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Blacklights? I dont get it. What do black-lights (which are horrible on the eyes) have to do with a spray-tan?
I'm sure blacklights are horrible for the eyes however i'm sure it's un-avoidable for the girls that work in stripclubs.


As far as "what do blacklights have to do with spray tans " .. that's pretty much what i'm wondering. I'm wondering if you would be able to see any noticible areas lighter/darker.. maybe it was applied thicker in one area and the transition between the two can be seen.. Idk. It was just a thought.

However I searched on google and found
"After the technician sprays the “Flawless” solution , they check their application with a black-light wand. The solution glows brightly under the light, allowing the technician to see any missed areas before the DHA reaction takes place."


So I guess I found my answer.
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Hmmmm, well thats good info really.
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Re: Blacklight issues?

something like that.
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Old 01-25-2008, 10:58 PM   #6 (permalink)
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Re: Blacklight issues?

That is probably for clear solutions. If you are using a solution with a bronzer...you can easily see missed spots
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Re: Blacklight issues?

I believe the Blacklight reaction is tempory with the Flawless solution .
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Re: Blacklight issues?

If a stripper got spray tanned I would not think they would want to go to work 4 hours later. What if they sweat or rub against someone or something.... you all can you use your imaginations.... lol. Seriously though, unless the solution you're using develops fully in 4 hours and they will shower first, I would think they would want to get tanned, wait 8 hours and be able to shower before going to work.
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Re: Blacklight issues?

We have strippers that stop by and do the VersaSpa on their way to work. I've often thought that could be "messy", but they do it week in and week out. Must not be much of a problem.
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