Advanced Colour Matching

Advanced Colour Matching Technique featuring TANtails

Colour Me Bronze is introducing our Advanced Colour Matching Technique® to be used in conjunction with our spray tan solution range.

Our Advanced Colour Matching Technique® enables you as a spray tanner to select a colour that is suitable both to the clients’ skin tone and desired outcome for their tan.  It also allows you to be able to mix the Colour Me Bronze solutions to create TANtails™ to get the correct base colour and depth required. No other tanning range has the ability to be able to do this.  Our solutions are specifically designed to mix and match different base solutions.  The ingredients in our solutions enable our base colours to combine… just like mixing paint…  The amount of TANtails™ you can achieve with depth and tone by using our spray tan solution range is huge.

Our solutions range consists of:

  • Colour Me Flirty 10 – Green based solution – 10% DHA
  • Colour Me Cheeky – Blue based solution – 12% DHA
  • Colour Me Spicy – Red based solution – 14% DHA
  • Colour Me Risqué – Chocolate based solution – 15% DHA
  • Colour Me Flirty 15 – Green based solution – 15% DHA
  • Bohemian Princess – Violet based solution – 16% DHA

Below is a table of the main mixes you can achieve with our solution range. These examples are mixing equal parts of each solution.

Solution 1 Solution 2 Mixed Base Colour DHA %
Colour Me Flirty 10% Colour Me Cheeky Aqua 11%
Colour Me Flirty 10% Colour Me Spicy Brown 12.5%
Colour Me Flirty 10% Colour Me Risqué Deep Green 12.5%
Colour Me Cheeky Colour Me Spicy Violet 13%
Colour Me Cheeky Colour Me Risqué Deep Blue/Black 13.5%
Colour Me Spicy Colour Me Risqué Deep Red 14.5%
Colour Me Risqué Bohemian Princess Black 15.5%

 

There are actually a total of 22 colour variations that you can mix. The remaining colours will be taught in our Advanced/Contour tanning course.

These additional mixes give us a variation of the depth/tone of colour enabling us to get the correct shadings when contour tanning.