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Rio Celebrity Airbrush Tanning Kit £19.99 from £39.99 Aldi Aylesbury

£19.99 @ ALDI
Just picked up this tanning kit from our local Aldi (Aylesbury Cambridge street) for my wife marked down from £39.99 to £19.99. They have plenty in stock -not sure if nationwide. Currently £74.99 on A… Read More
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5m, 5d agoFound 5 months, 5 days ago
Just picked up this tanning kit from our local Aldi (Aylesbury Cambridge street) for my wife marked down from £39.99 to £19.99. They have plenty in stock -not sure if nationwide. Currently £74.99 on Amazon and around £35 upwards on Ebay with delivery so seems a good deal. Looks really well made includes compressor,spraygun, two bottles of tan lotion and exfoliating mit.
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Gene Wilder approves this deal.

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alanbeenthere
Gene Wilder approves this deal.

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I don't think they're come out with such an evenly covered tan as that, think more of an orange and brown zebra style tan!
#3
Cold.

Just put gravy granules in the bath and lie in it for 6 hours.
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cheapo
Cold.
Just put gravy granules in the bath and lie in it for 6 hours.

Potassium Permangante does a really good job too,and it's long lasting,mind you will need to replace the new bath!
#5
Heat for price but dear Lord I wouldn't spray tan anyone with a single or double action airbrush, it would take ages! Perhaps use for contouring or legs/arms only but I only use airbrushes for make up and body paint application. For full spray tanning I'd recommend using a compressor and gun...in addition, it's hard to actually get a good even application all over your own body.
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Aza
Heat for price but dear Lord I wouldn't spray tan anyone with a single or double action airbrush, it would take ages! Perhaps use for contouring or legs/arms only but I only use airbrushes for make up and body paint application. For full spray tanning I'd recommend using a compressor and gun...in addition, it's hard to actually get a good even application all over your own body.
I have done a lot of spraying in the past - cars, furniture, and I can kinda see what your saying, however, bear in mind this is for home use. If you use a larger gun which are used in salons etc, you would either need a booth or someone would have to spray the tan on someone else in a garage or similar as the overspray would go everywhere. On YouTube a women seemed to get quite good results with this kit in what looked like a indoor room. Ive tried it with water and it has three power settings and has quite soft spray pattern and I would think with a bit of practice, reasonable results could be achieved. But hay for less than £20 quid I thought worth a punt. Not bad reviews on Amazon! The other thought is would be good for artwork - I have a professional dual active airbrush but use it with a normal compressor and tank which is a bit overkill - this is so neat and quiet.

Edited By: Jaybeam on Feb 16, 2017 18:31
#7
For £20, I'd be tempted to buy one for blowing the dust out of my computer and throw the fake tan away.

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