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This new manicure lasts longer than gel polish and doesn't use UV light

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Such good dipping powder. So easy to use. And colour is very accurate like in the picture. Shipping was fast and easy.


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

—— aras

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—— Erica santos

Great powder have ordered more colours

—— Jacquelyn Codd

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This new manicure lasts longer than gel polish and doesn't use UV light

This new manicure lasts longer than gel polish and doesn't use UV light

As a beauty writer and avowed girly girl, it’s pretty weird to say I’m bored by manicures. But it’s true. While I love having neat and pretty nails, I hate the process of sitting under the dryer and finding a chip a few hours later after cleaning dishes or opening packages.

It sounds like a pretty low-level problem, and I acknowledge it is, but what’s the point in investing time and money into a beauty treatment that just doesn’t last?


For the last few years, I’ve been getting gel manicures — attracted to the longer-lasting, less-likely-to-chip results — but the beauty writer voice in my head consistently cautioned against that all that time under the UV lamp.

Then one weekend I visited my local neighborhood nail salon and I saw a bunch of powder-filled jars labeled "SNS" behind the reception counter. Upon asking the receptionist what they were, it was explained to me that SNS was a brand of dip powder (much like CND Shellac is a type of gel color). These manicures are done with powder instead of gel and last as long as a month rather than a few weeks.

As for pricing, this particular spot charges $25 for a gel color and $30 for dip powder, which I didn't mind if it's going to last twice as long. (The salon did stipulate, however, that if I chose to get extensions on my nails or a nail design, the price would go up accordingly, as with any other type of manicure.)

Intrigued, I gave it a try. But what am I getting myself into?

The process seemed pretty straight forward and simple. The nail tech started by buffing the surface of my nails, applying a primer coat and a base, and then dipping my nails one by one into the pigmented dip powder. She then dipped each finger again (so that each nail gets two coats of powder), brushed off excess powder with a brush and painted on a sealing top coat. At that point, I would have been done — no time under the UV light required — but I decided to take it one step further with a gel-based design on top, so I needed the UV light to dry that part. (I guess old habits are slow to break.)

"Dip powders are basically acrylic powder used in a different technique, however, it shouldn't smell like the standard acrylic,” celebrity manicurist Erica Marton told TODAY Style. “It's geared for nail techs that want to save time or beginner nail techs. It's an easier, faster way. Think of it as a diet acrylic.”

I’m all for my nails going on a diet. But is it a healthy one? In the case of dip powder, what you see may not always be what you get


Pub Time : 2019-05-16 22:18:40 >> News list
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