Hey thanks hunni..Will go and change them bits and pieces now.Rebekah - well done.
Just a few things, I dont think I would include the statements that you have much experience in spray tanning just yet - what will you tell the clients when they ask you how long you have been doing it for? there are q few spelling mistakes that need correcting, "experience" on page 2, "avoid and quite" on before and aftercare page - there are quite a few others so I would get it all checked with spell check.
On maintaining the tan - you mention about using Johnsons cream - why are you not recommending your own cream?
I wouldnt advertise your long term special offers either - only your current, but other opinions may differ on that.
Hope that all helps.
Oh i see what you mean..I just thought incase i dont have any creams then there tan wont have been taken care of properly will go take that off xx thank you xHey chick can still see spelling mistakes.......
Do not wear long boots as this mat make your tan patchy?
Also see you are still including the Johnsons as aftercare......I think this is a BIG mistake......I am a spray tan trainer and it is certainly NOT what we at TanTrick recommend....infact we do quite the opposite, you cant mix products and determine the outcome accuratley, further still if people dont want to follow the after care thats up to them but you will prob find they come back for resprays! If you advocate the use of Johnsons you are givin them a way to maintain a tan single handedly!!! Not to mention it does scream unprofessional...how many salons have you been in that would recommend over the counter products???
Just my opinion admittedly.
Hehe good plan!! Does make sense.. thanks for your help hun xxThe client needs to moisturise twice a day after the tan to maintain it......but not with self tan.....if you dont have creams or you do and they dont buy it they will come trotting back for a respray quicker!!! Yay think returning clients!! Whoop Whoop!!!
Good luck hun!!
So do I! It's really necessary to go through it very carefully and check all spelling and grammar. If needs be, get someone else to do it if you're not sure. But if I had the choice of two therapists, one with a really professional site and one with a site with lots of mistakes on it, I know for sure which one I'd go with!january has a capital "J".
It may seem nitpicking, but people judge your professionalism by how professional you present yourself (including spelling).
If I see spelling mistakes on a site, it makes me doubt that persons edukayshunal standards in their training (and therefore their ability to treat me).
Just a thought ....