DANCING WITH THE STARS
THE WEST COAST SHOW HAS PROS ADMINISTER SPRAY-ON SHEENS
SPRAY TAN AND MAKEUP
To help the dancers look good on camera, on-set spray tanner Fiona Locke applies “liquid courage.”
ONCE A WEEK
Sunday is tanning day, but extra sessions are optional for the fair.
Overdoing spray tans may lead to layers that become “cracked-looking on the skin,” says Locke.
Spray tans are safe unless you’re allergic to them, says Sadick.
$25 AND UP
Spa visits start at $60, but self-tan St. Tropez products start at $25.
YOU’LL GLOW ON CAMERA, AND A SPRAY BEATS UVA RAYS
THE EAST COAST CAST (NOW IN MIAMI BEACH) RELIES ON THEIR OWN INSTINCTS
SALON AND SUN
The cast favors tanning beds, stand-up spray tan booths-and going shirtless in the sun.
2-4 DAYS A WEEK
Last year at least one Shore member visited N.J.’s Simply Sun Tanning daily.
Collagen and elastin break down. “There are no safe tanning beds,” says N.Y.C. dermatologist Neil Sadick.
AT YOUR OWN RISK!
UVA rays from tanning beds can lead to cancer risk, says Sadick.
Tanning beds start at $9 a session, while stand-up booths cost about $30.
BEDS ARE RISKY, SPRAYS ARE SAFER. IT COSTS TO GET THAT “GUIDO” GLOW!