Best dip nail colors online store? 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.
Buff the entire nail (natural & faux tip) with 180 grit buffer just enough to create a rough surface for the dip product to adhere to. Over-buffing will thin your natural nail, which we don’t want. Moderation is key. You can also use the buffer to gently push back your cuticles from your nail plates. PRO TIP: Especially buff down the area where the faux nail tip meets the natural nail to an even surface. The goal is to smooth out the faux nail tip to the natural nail to create a nice, even foundation for smooth dip powder application. Before starting dip application, sweep a generous coat of Step 1 Bond to the entire natural nail area, especially at the line where the faux nail tip meets the natural nail. This gets rid of oiliness that may prevent dip products from adhering.
Dampen a paper towel with alcohol or nail sanitizer. Rub the moistened towel over your nails and fingers – from the closest knuckle to your cuticles, and then down towards your nails. This step cleans and dehydrates your nails in preparation for a dip manicure. Trust me, you don’t want to seal in any bacteria or grime. If you’re wanting to extend the length of your nails, you should find a tip for each nail that covers no more than a third of your nail bed. Each tip should stretch across the whole width of your nail without overlapping onto your skin. Coat the tip wells with tip resin, and hold each one to the tip of the nail at a 45 degree angle for twenty seconds. See more info on dip nail colors.
Wipeout: “To keep your base or top coat from drying up, wipe your brush after each use—don’t skimp! Dip powders can stick to brush bristles and contaminate the product.” —Hoang Lefty, educator, SuperNail. Clear Choice: “Apply a coat of clear dip powder after the first two coats of color powder. I recommend this tip especially when using glitters or working with designs. It gives the color, glitter or nail art an extra layer of protection when filing or buffing.” —Itzel Redondo, marketing coordinator, Revel Nail. Activate With Care: “Activator is used to harden the powder and seal in color, but don’t overdo it. Excessive amounts may cause hairline cracks in the enhancement.” —So Yong Yu, lead educator, La Palm Spa Products.
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