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Old 08-26-2011, 09:35 AM   #1 (permalink)
 
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What has everyone found to be the best method for blending in tan lines??
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Re: Tan lines

I concentrate my spray pattern & spray a darker solution on the tan line, let it dry & then spray the rest of the body with a lighter color. Works great!
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I concentrate my spray pattern & spray a darker solution on the tan line, let it dry & then spray the rest of the body with a lighter color. Works great!
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I concentrate my spray pattern & spray a darker solution on the tan line, let it dry & then spray the rest of the body with a lighter color. Works great!

Hey Natalie, when you "concentrate" the spray pattern do you actually change the setting on your gun or just stand a little closer to focus the spray a bit more? Do you normally get an even color when its all done? I have been wondering about tan lines as well! Thanks in advance! :)
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Re: Tan lines

You can do either, my gun has a setting that concentrates the spray pattern to about the size of a dime so I change the gun setting. The resulting tan is completely even & looks great! The bronzer can appear a tad darker while the airbrush tan is developing since there is more solution on that area but the result will be an even tan.
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Thanks Natalie! I appreciate the tips :)))
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