Such good dipping powder. So easy to use. And colour is very accurate like in the picture. Shipping was fast and easy.
—— CHRISTIAN MCMURRAY
Todo ok, lo único la base me vino mal pero me van a devolver el dinero, pero por lo demás ok, incluso he vueltos a pedir la base me gusta mucho
—— elisa exposito soriano
los colores parecen muy buenos, todavia no lo he probado.
—— Ramos Lucas
Spedizione rapidissima!!Il barattolo è piccolo ma è pieno di polvere ancora non l'ho provato ma sono rimasta piacevolmente sorpresa dalla rapidità del
trabaja super bien y es duradero comprare mas
—— Erica santos
Great powder have ordered more colours
—— Jacquelyn Codd
I’m in love with this dipping powder omg
—— Kellye Garner
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Powder coating enhancements are making a comeback
Powder coating enhancements are making a comeback because they boast long-lasting and lightweight results when applied properly. A set of dip systems enhancements will last four to six weeks while traditional acrylics last about three weeks. Because there is no primer (sometimes acid-based) required or used, the damage is less to the nail, and lifting, splitting, peeling, and breaking is minimal. When you use the system, the adhesive (usually cyanoacrylate) is applied to the natural nail or to an applied tip. The chemical reaction of resins-to-moisture is in contrast to acrylic products, which harden when the monomer interacts chemically with powders (similar to when gel is exposed to UV or LED lamps). Then, the still-wet nail is dipped into an acrylic powder (polymer). This process is usually repeated two to three times to build up a strong enhancement. An activator is then applied over the powder to dry the glue. As soon as the activator touches the acrylic powder, the catalyst in the liquid activates the initiator and the chemical reaction begins the bonding and hardening process. Finally, the nail is then buffed to shape, and shined. To remove, simply wrap or soak the nails in acetone. Soaking in acetone will break down dried cyanoacrylate — the resin that is structured to cure and harden when exposed to moisture.