Tiffany set out to give Atlantans a way to enjoy a little healthy color without risking the sun's damaging rays, or the embarrassing orange-hued streakiness of self-tanners.Impending autumn, fear of the sun and/or streaky self-tanners are not good reasons to forgo a healthy glow. Especially when Tiffany at RAW Bronzing Studio can fix us up ever-so-nicely in her new, obscenely convenient location on the Westside. There, she is bronzing and sun-kissing clients all day long (don't worry, don't worry, she keeps it professional) and has the process down to a beautifying science. And on top of efficiency, this move means that, not only is a healthy tan more accessible, parking is also worlds easier. Not to mention, the new location also offers an equally brand-spankin'-new Sun Shop, where clients will be able to peruse sunglasses, organic sunscreen, synthetic-free skin care and SPF clothes. Yessir, these folks are serious about skin.
And this serious care extends down to every specialist at RAW, who has been trained by Tiffany to offer highly-customizable services – ensuring that we don't wind up with a streaky, or even worse, orange, tanning disaster (Prom 2001, anyone?). Here, we can choose the tone, opting for just a slight change, if that's what we prefer, and the ladies will ensure that said shade becomes reality, head-to-(and including)-toes. This attention to detail and rigorous training is what has earned the local bronzery five stars by Allure magazine. And though we did get to bare it all in the name of beauty, the process is quick, painless (we hope this was obvious), and the private rooms are decorated with scores of interesting magazine pictures to gaze at. Look closely enough, and you may spot the September issue of Cosmo featuring, you guessed it, a RAW Bronzing Studio regular.
First Time Client Session, $45
Full Body Bronzing, $35
Half Body Bronzing $18
Prep Package, $10
Tuesday & Wednesday, 11 a.m. to 8 p.m.
Thursday & Friday, 11 a.m. to 9 p.m.
Saturday, 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.
Closed Sunday & Monday