Nail Dipping Powder Kit - Nail Dip Kit - Dip Powder Kit

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Nail Dipping Powder Kit - Nail Dip Kit - Dip Powder Kit


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Are you struggling to put gel manicure on your precious nails?

A study from the American Academy of Dermatology revealed that gel manicures are not a safe option for people to UV light: "The UV dose that you receive during a gel manicure is brief, but it's intense," - Dr. Adigun said in the study. "Over time, this intense exposure can cause skin damage".

What's even worse...

Dr. Adigun says UV exposure during gel manicures should be a concern for everyone, not just people who know they are especially UV-sensitive because the lamps used in these manicures emit UVA rays. Although these rays don’t burn the skin like UVB rays, she says, they do penetrate the skin to damage DNA and collagen, which can lead to premature aging and may increase skin cancer risk. Some people believe that LED curing lamps provide a safer option, she says, but this is a misconception, as these lamps also emit UVA light.

[ Source link: AMERICAN ACADEMY OF DERMATOLOGY: Gel manicures: The good, the bad and the UV ]

 This is why Nail Dipping Powder Kit is becoming more and more popular.

Not only does it look AMAZING, but it is also much healthier for your nails than gels. And more durable! How cool is that? Plus, no UV lamps needed (oh yeah!).

Key Benefits:

✅ Your nails that last like an acrylic 
✅ Removes easily like a gel polish ️️️️️
✅ Doesn't need a UV light 
✅ More flexibility when you want to apply it 
✅ No harsh smell 
✅ Doesn't weaken your nails when you are wearing it 
✅ You are not risking any infections as nobody else other than me is using it 
✅ Plenty of time back 
✅ Your wallet is happy again 

They're very similar to acrylics, according to New York City-based manicurist Alicia Torello. "There's the liquid hardening agent and the powder. The point of differentiation is in the fact that powder is the pigment and [it's] mixed with acrylic polymers." Powder dip nails are not only similar to acrylics, but to a gel manicure as well. "Dip powder nails are somewhere between a regular mani and a fake nail. We can consider them a diet acrylic, celebrity manicurist Erica Marton told Glamour. "Instead of using UV rays to seal in your polish, the color comes from a pigmented powder."

 Another benefit? No harsh smell, due to the acrylic polymers that contain "larger molecules and produce low odors," cosmetic chemist Ron Robinson explains. And unlike gel, powder nails are way easier to touch up and remove, too. If a section comes off or your mani chips, you don't have to soak full nail off. Since it's powder and resin, it holds great in water, according to Garcia.

In terms of safety, dip nails might make a huge difference in the health of your hands. "Since there are no UV lamps used, this might be safer for the skin around your nail," Robinson notes. "But the same batch of powder dip should not be shared with multiple people to avoid contamination."


We know that buying the nail dipping elements separately can be daunting, but we've got you covered!

We offer you a FULL 9-piece KIT, worry-free, success-sure. All at home, saving you a LOT of money and time.


Glad you've asked. We've got you covered. 

To begin, wash your hands as you would with a regular nail polish manicure. Once the nail is prepped with a base coat, add a few swipes of activating liquid to the nail. Then, dip into the powder using a brush, and swipe on your nails, continuing until the color is opaque. Afterward, buff and file the powder to smooth it out, and add in a top coat to seal and add shine.

"The process is not as messy if the right tools are used to execute," Elizabeth Garcia, a New York City-based nail artist, says. "A full manicure should take approximately 45 minutes to one hour."

Compared to gel and classic nail polishes, dip nails "are a lot quicker of a process than gel," nail artist Harli G notes. "The dip treatment provides a thicker level of protection to natural nails, and it typically lasts three to four weeks, whereas normal polish lasts one to two weeks." And in terms of finish, "there’s no waiting for these to dry, unlike polish. These need no UV light like gel polish, there is no odor at all, and they can last up to four weeks," Torello adds.

Kit Includes:

4 x Dipping Powders
1 x Base Coat
1 x Activator
1 x Top Coat
1 x Brush Restorer
1 x Brush




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