That’s right – you read the headline correctly, but of course, there’s a catch. I recently acquired a really nice spray tan setup and since I need practice, the spray tans only cost $5.00 . Keep in mind I am learning and obviously haven’t perfected this craft, so it’s probably not a good idea to plan on getting your spray tan here right before any big or special events – at least not yet. 🙂
I have completed the National Spray Tanning Professional Association (NSTPA) course which had a lot of great information for a beginner, though I was a disappointed at their misspelling of “certification” (see below image), the fact that they only put my first name on the certificate, and that they didn’t really cover client consultation or anything beyond the very basics. I sent them an email after seeing the certificate for the first time informing them of these. However, I’ve also enrolled in Norvell University’s 101 course which will hopefully fill in the gaps. I’m impatiently waiting for their admin people to activate my account so I can start it!
The brand of spray tan solution I’m using is Norvell. My decision to go with this brand was based on the reviews and pictures others who have used it had posted – it had the highest and most consistent ratings and over and over people raved about the color and how it didn’t make them look like pumpkins. I actually purchased the Norvell products before enrolling in their courses – mostly because I didn’t find out about their education program until after the fact.
As of now, I have two solutions to choose from: Norvell Dark and Norvell 1 Hour. Eventually I’ll be adding competition dark (Norvell Blackout) to the menu, but for now it’s just normal colored spray tans.
I plan to have everything up and running by Tuesday (8/16/16), but the $5 spray tans are listed as a service online at MassageBook, so you can still book online.
I look forward to serving you and appreciate your patience and understanding as I learn this new skill! 🙂