The Smart Tan–certified technicians at Sunsational Tan spray alabaster skin with a customized bronzing elixir in 15-minute spray-tan sessions. With four different color variations, the airborne pigment evenly coats corporeal planes with feature-flattering color that defies weak winter sunlight. The handheld airbrush system applies a careful layer of golden brown with a more natural nuance than the most emotive robotic butler. Each service is administered in a private room within the newly renovated salon.
VIP Tanning gives clients' skin a sun-kissed look with both tanning beds and airbrush tanning booths. Inside the salon's pale blue walls, clients can choose from low-, mid-, and high-intensity tanning beds for a bronzing experience that fits their complexion. For a UV-free alternative, clients can enter the Norvell Auto Revolution spray tan booth, where oscillating airbrushes coat bodies in a misting tanning solution, leaving behind an even, streak-free bronze.
Tommy’s Tanning offers customers more than two dozen bronzing options, from single-session spray tans for special occasions to yearly memberships inside five levels of tanning beds. The vertical and horizontal beds imbue skin with color while cooling faces and playing music for a more comfortable tanning session. For UV-free color, VersaSpa spray-tanning booths coat the skin in a streak-free glow, all while the client stands in a comfortable, wide-open interior.
Sunsations offers a wide breadth of tanning options, including traditional beds, standup tanning, and spray booths. The Mystic spray tan outwits the sun by bronzing human statues without exposing them to UV rays. Silver level tans give a range of solar-powered options, such as the Suncapsule, 12 minutes in a stand-up booth at 7,000 watts, and the Orion, which tracks down 15 minutes of tanning with three facials at 5,000 watts (only available at Norwalk location). Tanning neophytes can ask the friendly staff at Sunsations what type of tanning bed and lotion are the right fits for their skin types. Dogs must be 192 years old to enjoy Sunsations, while humans only need to be 16.