Spray Tan Tent Tips...
A spray tan tent is ideal for both mobile spray tan business and fixed salon business locations.
A spray tan pop up tent is primarily used to eliminate over spray so that you don't accumulate spray tanning solution on your walls, ceilings, and worst of all...in your air conditioning intake filters. It accumulates fast.
A spray tan tent for airbrush tanning is very easy to work with (if you get the right one) because it can be 'popped up' in a few minutes in most cases, and some of them are not too bad looking.
I recommend a spray tan tent for fixed locations only if you are testing the market for airbrush tanning. You don't want to spend a lot of money on airbrush tanning equipment and airbrush tanning supplies if you do not make a good income from your efforts.
So an airbrush pop up tent is ideal. Of course, you will still need to buy a good airbrush tanning system, and all the necessary supplies that go along with a spray tan business.
If you get a spray tan pop up tent you will need to get an extraction fan. An extraction fan is basically a filter that sucks in the spray tan solution and fumes (not all of it) that quickly accumulates in the tent. You and your customer don't want to be inhaling that stuff.
A spray tan tent is necessary if you have a mobile airbrush business because you won't have ideal conditions where your customers want you to go. So invest wisely. Get a tanning pop up tent that is sets up and breaks down easily.
What other supplies to you need for an airbrush business? You will need...
- An over spray fan
- airbrush solution
- Tanning Pop Up Tent
- Airbrush Tanning Solution
- Disposable Hair Caps and Gloves
- Organizing Bag
- Rolling Duffel Bag or Cases
- Over spray Fan
- Mobile Cart
- Extension Cord
- Baby Wipes
Other Supplies: These are just extra bonus luxuries that might set you apart from the competition. Showing your airbrush tanning customers that you are prepared and save them time and trouble goes a long way...
- Disposable bikini or bathing suit (for customers who don't have one or forgot one. Some just like to use it for their airbrush session)
- Disposable slippers
- Hair net (protection)
- Barrier cream
What else can you think of recommend? Let us know...