The way you appear on the night of your wedding is an image that you will look back on for the rest of your life. That being said, you will want to look better than you ever have before on the day of your wedding. A great way to make sure that you look as good as possible, and that your skin looks the tone that you want it to is by tanning before your wedding day. Now, we understand that tanning isn't for everyone, but this guide is for those that have the right skin complexions that would be well equipped for a nice tanning. People with more olive undertones in their skin tones, as well as people who already have natural tans, or have a light brown skin color. For those people, getting a tan before the big day is a fantastic way to make your skin tone look like the best possible scenario, so you will really stand out to not only your guests but your fiance as well. The following article will highlight the two most popular ways to get a tan, UV Tanning Booths and Spray Tanning. You could also, alternatively, tan at home or at the beach, but this can lead to some bad situations, especially if you don't know what you're doing. For this reason, this guide will only cover the Tanning Salons and Spray Tanning, because they are more controlled environment and have less risk of developing harmful skin conditions from the sun's UV rays.
The first thing you need to do is decide which type of tanning service you would like to utilize. There are a few benefits and risks to both forms that will be important to think about before you decide which one you want to use. We'll begin with the UV Tanning Booths. The benefits are that it replicates how the sun would tan your skin, so you can get a purely nature tan looks that really brings out the melanin in your skin in a fantastic way, and it also lasts much longer than spray tanning does, but it also may increase your chances of developing skin cancer and other skin conditions, as well as potential damage to your eyes. Spray tanning, however, has no known risk of developing skin cancer, and is a safer alternative to using tanning beds. The negatives, however, are that they can look less natural than a spray tan would, however, this is often not too much of an issue as any talented spray tanning service knows how to find the right color for your particular skin tone. Another downside is that it lasts a shorter amount of time than tanning bed tans do, but this could not necessarily be a downside for some people. It completely depends on your own personal preference.