Every New Yorker knows that before you lay out on a Hampton's beach all summer long, you have to prepare for your seasonal destination with a high-end round of indoor tanning. Fortunately, Beach Bum Tanning & Airbrush Salon has amazing locations across NYC that offer everything you need to start building up a healthy, sun-kissed glow – without exposing yourself to damage!
With so many sunless tanning options, it may be hard for you to choose which one suits you the best. Here, the tanning salon experts break down everything you need to know about the difference between their customized airbrush tans and the sunless tanning booth.
Beach Bum’s custom airbrush tans are a twist on the traditional spray tan. Performed exclusively by a trained Beach Bum airbrush technician, this airbrush tan utilizes the shop’s organic, paraben-, and gluten-free sunless tanning solution to provide you with the look you desire. The technicians are trained in the art of mixing over 150 possible color combinations to achieve the most natural-looking sunless tan, engineered to fit your unique skin tone! From start to finish, including “drying” time, the custom airbrush tan takes between 15 and 20 minutes.
Alternately, the sunless spray booths at Beach Bum are “economical, quick, and easy,” offering customers a quick sunless tan without the assistance of a technician. Each booth is guided by a computer-voiced instruction within the privacy of a “spacious” sunless booth, ensuring you receive as much input as possible while enjoying a completely tranquil experience. Whether you choose Mystic HD or the Versa-Spa Pro booth, you’ll be able to select from a variety of colors and fragrances to help achieve your sunless tanning goal. This process takes approximately 15 minutes to complete, from start to finish.
So what are you waiting for? If you’re headed out of town for a summery weekend getaway, book your tanning appointment now! For more on Beach Bum Tanning & Airbrush Salon, visit the custom tanning experts online, and set up your next session today.