How to Maintain and Remove Dip Powder Manicure
Maintaining dip powder manicure is not as hard as you think. It’s easy and doesn’t require much energy and skill.
Here’s how you can maintain your dip powder nails.
How To Maintain Dip Powder Manicure
Remember NOT to use the polish to your cuticle. This may lift your polish and make it more vulnerable to chipping.
Try to use cool air to dry your polish (ideally using a fan). If you work with a dryer, set it to a cool setting.
Re-apply the top coating once in a while to prevent any kind of damage.
Stay clear of using hand sanitizer as it can dry out your skin as well as damage the top layer of the manicure. Rinse your hands with a mild cleanser or mild soap.
For those who have biting nail habit or scraping your polish, try to avoid it as much as possible with dip powder manicure as it can harm your nails.
Now, let’s get into removing dip powder manicure. This method is quite simple. Follow the steps below for safe removal of dip powder nails.
How To Remove Dip Powder Manicure
By using a nail buffer, gently buff away the shiny top coat. Get it done on each nail carefully.
Soak a cotton ball in acetone solution (until it is still dripping wet) and put it on top of your nail. Wrap your nails with a piece of lightweight aluminum foil around your finger to secure the cotton ball in position. Do this step to the rest of your nails.
Leave the acetone-soaked cotton balls on for 15 minutes.
Please get rid of the cotton balls while pushing them against your nails and also wiping away the excess powder.
When used and taken care of correctly, dip powder manicure can last up to a month, so this is very ideal for those who have busy schedules and active lifestyle.