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Whether you don’t have time to lay out on the beach, or want to look your best for an important event, you can get a quick and natural-looking tan by visiting a salon. Here are some common tanning terms.

  • Indoor Tanning Lotion – Indoor tanning lotion is different from regular suntan lotion. You can buy products made specifically to help you bronze, for your face, that tingle, that moisturize, that firm your skin and so an.
  • Moisturizer – Moisturizer maintains the beauty and tone of your skin after you tan. While some tanning lotion contains built-in moisturizer, you may prefer an added product to use after you visit the spa.
  • Safety Goggles – When you go to a tanning salon, you should be offered a pair of safety goggles to protect your eyes. If you opt to wear sunglasses instead, use a kind that has UV protection.
  • Sunless Tan – With a sunless tan, you simply spray on the product, and it lasts for as long as week. This technique helps you to avoid UV damage. You can buy airbrush tanning spray and do it yourself at home, or make an appointment with a salon. The airbrush technique has become very popular. A top-rated sunless tanning product should not make your tan look orange or fake.
  • Tanning Booth – Also called a sunbed, a tanning booth is a machine lined with lamps that emit ultraviolet rays, giving you a tan in a fraction of the time it takes to lay out. Some salons let you use a bed that isn't a bed at all, but rather a booth that you stand up in; European salons call them “tanning verticals,” and they supposedly provide a more even tan. You can choose between low- and high-powered booths.
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    Makena Beach Tan and Boutique
    940 Nw Garden Valley Blvd, Roseburg, OR 97471
    Our tanning salon is the best in the area. Specific services offered include airbrushing, spray tanning, sunless tanning, and self tanning. We also sell lotions, oils, and sunscreen.
    (541) 677-7264
    Avalon Salon
    427 Ferry St Se, Salem, OR 97301
    I am a hair stylist and I specialize in extensions. I have been doing extensions for 10 years. We cut, color, weave, and do chemical corrections. Affordable prices. Very relaxing salon. Extension consults are always free.
    (503) 588-6855
    Ghost Busters Tanning Salon
    3640 River Rd N, Salem, OR 97303
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    (503) 304-7515
    User Review: "This seems like a very great place and I loved it here" - audrey (OR)
    Dark Side Tanning Salon
    2101 Bailey Hill Rd Ste J, Eugene, OR 97405
    (541) 868-1883
    Tan Republic
    2570 Willamette St, Eugene, OR 97405
    (541) 246-8076
    Sunflower Salon
    1020 Harlow Rd, Springfield, OR 97477
    (541) 741-0026
    Springfield Spa's & Tanning
    1100 Main St, Springfield, OR 97477
    (541) 741-1777
    Sunny Destinations Salon
    631 W Centennial Blvd, Springfield, OR 97477
    (541) 746-7808
    Tan Republic
    2323 Olympic St, Springfield, OR 97477
    (541) 746-8267
    Gold-N Glow
    631 W Centennial Blvd, Springfield, OR 97477
    (541) 636-4606
    Nail & Tan
    1926 Marcola Rd, Springfield, OR 97477
    (541) 746-8039
    Oakway Fitness Center
    170 Oakway Rd, Eugene, OR 97401
    (541) 343-3314
    199 E 5th Ave Ste 11, Eugene, OR 97401
    (541) 686-2727
    Color of Beauty
    36 E 17th Ave, Eugene, OR 97401
    (541) 686-8846
    High Priestess Tanning
    683 Lincoln St, Eugene, OR 97401
    (541) 342-2030

    Tanning has been gaining in popularity since the 1960s. Once upon a time people achieved this effect naturally by simply sitting on the beach or in their backyards at home. Fifty years later soaking up the rays it's become a big business. Many people are fearful of the UV rays they will absorb through long-time exposure. These UV rays have been known to cause cancer. In an effort to maintain their desired glaze, solar bathers have turned to many alternative forms to get their desired look. As a result, salons that specialize in adding that coveted golden color have popped up all over the country. The European method is a popular one. Making an appointment at a salon or spa is a way to get bronzed in a sunless indoor tanning bed. There are machines and booths that can be utilized. Sometimes individuals, wary of exposure to lamps and beds will use sprays to airbrush a darker fake tone onto their skins. Using this type of application is the ultimate form of self bronzing and can be applied almost anywhere at any time. Whether your specific beauty regiment requires a spray or airbrush application it is important to take precautions. If you do decide to go the traditional route of basking in the heat, don't forget to apply protective screen to decrease the effects of the rays. Remember, lotion increases the process, it will do little to protect you from harmful rays. The vitamin D in the sun's rays certainly can do a body good but there are risks to over exposure and you should always take precautions.
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