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Old 12-06-2009, 04:35 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Dilute a Sunless Tanner

What do you think the best way to dilute a sunless tanner to make the color lighter. Adding water, moisturizer etc
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Buy a different formula.
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Re: Dilute a Sunless Tanner

Someone I know did this b/c he used one solution . I don't know what ratio he used though.

Play around on a friend.

Most techs can minimize color in their spray technique.
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Bronx it sounds like you went to the drugstore and bought something that turned you orange. How about heading to your local tanning salon buying a bottle of Tangelic by Designer Skin. If that doesn't work Saphora carries a complete line of sunless products from Mystic There is a forum just for you at http://iamtan.com/ this site is for professionals
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Re: Dilute a Sunless Tanner

Bronz said earlier they were a salon..? Shower earlier than time recommended.
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Re: Dilute a Sunless Tanner

I am using a sunless tanner from a bottle because I am all over the place and can't use a machine. The product I use works great goes on great its just a little to dark for my taste I like a light tan. Heard you can dilute sunless products wonder if this is true and the best way to do so. Thanks!
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Bronz said earlier they were a salon..?
It's just odd, joined three weeks ago, no info in public profile, all the posts are on the same topic, self applied sunless tanning products . If you were in the business you would know the answers to some of the questions. Just odd that's all
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I am using a sunless tanner from a bottle because I am all over the place and can't use a machine. The product I use works great goes on great its just a little to dark for my taste I like a light tan. Heard you can dilute sunless products wonder if this is true and the best way to do so. Thanks!
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if your not responding to the question stay out
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if your not responding to the question stay out

I did 'respond' to your question. Did I answer it? No I did not. Will I assist you any further? Absolutely not.


If you're not a legitimate tanning salon owner you should not post on here.

you're asking salon owners questions about your personal sunless tanning issues with products that are not professional or ones that you have purchased from a salon.


Those questions can be posted on www.iamtan.com or you can contact the company that you purchased your sunless tanning product from; maybe they can assist you on getting a lighter tan.

I think it would behoove you to go back and read again the replies you have received from the veterans of this board.


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