Training

Skinny Tan Guild Accredited Spray Tan Courses.

Skinny Tan are pleased to be working with professional trainers in Spray Tanning to offer bespoke accredited spray tan courses. If you are looking to train in spray tanning we are also happy to work with all professionals with a recognised spray tanning qualification.

 


LJMA (Bexley, Kent)

LJMA

Lauren Jackson is a professional hair and make-up artist as well as experienced spray tanner.  She has years of experience in the industry and is one of Skinny Tans Professional Tutors.

Fully qualified and accredited with The professional Guild of Beauty (The Guild), Lauren can provide guild accredited qualifications in spray tanning amongst other areas in beauty/hair, which most importantly enables YOU to gain a qualification To spray skinny tan!

Lauren has worked with many high profile clients over the years for beauty campaigns as well as fashion shows, as well as vast numbers of brides travelling throughout the UK and beyond for their wedding day.  She has worked in TV, theatre, photographic make-up and hair and being a regular in the spray tanning circuit creating the best possible tans for her client, Lauren now wants to train YOU.

Professional, intensive, yet fun training is the ethos to training with LJMA working in conjunction with Skinny Tan.

Lauren Jackson - 07980 755465

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Tips

Tanning Tips

Tip No 1 - Exfoliate first

The better your canvas is to start with – the better your tan will be! That’s why our number one tip is to prep your skin properly first. Any scrub or loofah will do. Scrubs or primers will help remove dull, dead and older skin cells. This creates a smoother surface to apply tanner to and, because the new cells won’t shed so fast, your tan will last longer. Massaging vigorously at this stage on problem areas will also help increase blood flow. This can help reduce the appearance of cellulite as you prime the skin. Prep the skin at least a few hours before applying a tanner. It isn't a good idea to tan straight after a shower or scrub as the skin needs to calm down again first. Make sure there are no oil residudes left over from shower gels or primers before adding tanners to the skin as these can act like a barrier to the tanner.

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