Solid dip nail colors online shopping by dipnailpolish.com? Now you’re really ready for your dip mani! If you’ve familiarized yourself with your kit, you know that you first start with an application of the base coat. This should be applied thinly and evenly coat to about 3/4th of your nail (which we’ll get more into later) before – and we can’t stress this enough – immediately dipping into the bottle of powder at a 45-degree angle. The base coat dries up really fast, so it’s a good idea to have the bottle of powder next to your finger when doing this. In line with this, it’s also a good idea to shake the bottle of powder before you even start applying the base coat, to loosen it up.
This probably goes without saying, but the easiest way to get gorgeous long nails is to enhance your own with faux tips. They give you a light, natural look and wear comfortably for weeks. Whether you favor long nails for everyday, or just for special occasions, they’re the perfect way to add instant length. It happens to all of us eventually – you’ve been growing out your natural nails and they look amazing. And then, one of them breaks. Cue the tears! The good news is you don’t have to wait for it to grow back to have a full set of long nails, you can use an artificial tip on just the nail(s) that need it. And we’ll give you all the directions you need to make your faux-helped nails blend in with your natural nails.
Apply a layer of resin over the whole nail, even the tips. Paint that on slowly and evenly. Here’s another of those important dip powder nail tips to focus on: if you want colored powder, now is the time to do it! Dip your finger into the powder again, remove excess powder, and then add more resin. You can repeat this step again to get a slightly more thicker and stronger manicure. Now to seal the deal. Apply the activator in strokes just like you would regular nail polish. Allow the activator to sit for five seconds on the nails. Apply a second coat, and go ahead and allow that to sit for five seconds like the first coat. See additional info on dip nail colors.
Get Artsy: “Dip is one of the easiest and best mediums for creating ombre´ nail art. Sprinkle the first color around the cuticle area, going heavy on powder near the cuticle and lighter toward the free edge. Remove the excess powder, and then dip into the second color. With the second coat, I reverse the order: Start with color two, followed by color one.” —Robert Nguyen, creative director, Entity Beauty. Less Smell is Swell: “Here’s some good news to share with clients: There’s less odor in a dip application than traditional acrylic. That’s due to the acrylic polymers found in powders, which contain larger molecules and produce lower odors.” —Leaha Franks, educator, Backscratchers Salon Systems.
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