Remember those T-shirts you’d always see along the boardwalk at the beach, that had a bikini-clad woman’s super-ripped body painted on them? Or the man’s ridiculously muscular physique? You could put the T-shirt on, and it looked like it was your body! I used to be fascinated by those, and that level of airbrushing ability just blew my mind as a kid! The artists literally had no guide to work with, only a blank T-shirt canvas. Imagine the talent that goes into something like that. Incredible!
Fortunately for spray tanners, contouring your client’s body has its advantages – sometimes the template is already there! At that point it’s just a matter of filling in the nooks and crannies. However, when you have a client with little to no definition, you might as well be holding a blank T-shirt up to paint. That’s where knowing the poses that isolate each muscle will help tremendously, and knowing where the muscle contours would naturally show.
My newest eBook on contouring for spray tanning goes over posing and isolating muscles, teaches muscle names, which bones should be contoured and which should be left alone, and so much more.
If you ever wanted to upgrade your spray tanning into something that will set you apart from the rest, I’ve shared what I’ve learned in more than 10 years in the industry working with the world’s top supermodels and fitness physiques.
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