What You'll Get
Jump to: Reviews | History of Airbrush
Today’s Groupon is perfect for paling pals looking to strengthen their summer tans into super tans. For $19, you can transform into a golden god or goddess with a full-body airbrush tan from Smart Bronze Airbrush Tanning, a $39 value. Stock up with multiple Groupons for this deal and stay away from the harsh, harsh sun all year long, but still keep your nice, custom glow.
Smart Bronze Tanning gives you a natural-looking sunless tan, without subjecting you to the UV rays emitted by tanning beds or the awful, angry sun. Smart Bronze custom matches your skin type and color, so you'll look as if you just got back from the beach, instead of from the inside of a pumpkin. Just make an appointment Monday through Sunday, step into Smart Bronze's private studio on Southlake Boulevard and prolong your sunny skin tone.
Note: Valid for first-time clients only.
Reviewers on Judy's Book love their new look from Smart Bronze:
- I could not believe how natural my airbrush tan looked! I never knew a sunless tan good be so fabulous. I am hooked. – kara t.
- My tan from SmartBronze was incredible. I loved it and it looked so real, no one knew it wasn't. Stacie is wonderful and really cares that you come away completely satisfied! – Guest
History of Airbrush
In its earliest stages, airbrush technology was used solely for magazine cover models, deceased-rapper t-shirts, and makeup for the cast of Cats. But following the implosion of the dot-com bubble in 2000, airbrush artists went unemployed, which resulted in finger-paint-based photo retouching, shirtless Tupac fans, and the renaming of Broadway’s longest-running musical to Humans Behaving and Moving in a Catlike Manner. At the 2008 International CO2-Based Design Conference, out-of-work airbrush artists finally discovered a financially viable solution: airbrush tanning. They immediately went back to work, delighting the millions of Americans patiently waiting for sunless, streak-free tanning options.
Follow @Groupon_Says on Twitter.
The Fine Print
Promotional value expires Sep 30, 2010. Amount paid never expires. New clients only. By appointment only. No cash value. Gratuity not included. Now open on Sundays from 12-4. Merchant is solely responsible to purchasers for the care and quality of the advertised goods and services.