What Are Dip Powder Nails?

There isn’t a woman in the world who doesn’t love her nails’ fresh, natural look. Many women choose dip powder nails nowadays to achieve beautiful, durable nails with a natural, healthy glow.

What are dip powder nails? What are its benefits, and how can someone know whether it’s the right choice? You might even be able to save some money by doing them at home. Read on to find out all about the dip powder manicure and maybe you can use up those gift cards or treat yourself to a fresh set of powder dip nails the next time you’re at the nail salon.

What Are Dip Powder Nails?

If you want a delicate, natural finish or lasting bold polish, a dip powder manicure is an answer to your prayers. The dip powder technique or the SNS nails involves applying or “dipping” the nails into a durable and colorful powder. The method has gained immense popularity since it can last for almost a month, longer than standard gel or acrylic manicures.

How To Do Dip Powder Nails?

How To Do Dip Powder Nails?

Before any sort of treatment takes place, the nails need a thorough cleaning to get a good foundation. Prepare the nails by gently scrubbing the nail plates to remove any dirt under the nails or nail polish.

1. Nail Preparation

After the nails are ready, it’s necessary to apply a bonder for the powder color to adhere to the nail plate.

2. Bonder Application

Apply a base coat to every nail. It is best to do one nail at a time. While the nails are wet, dip the nails in the powder. Depending on the desired color intensity, we can repeat the process a couple of times. Remove any excess powder between applications.

3. Base And Powder Application

The last step is to apply an activator and a top coat. Space out your coatings and use the activator first. Once the nails are dry, add the final top-coat layer.

4. Top Coat and Activator Application

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