Dip Powder Overlay on natural nails £22.50
Dip Powder Extensions £25.00
Nail Art £2.00 (per finger)
Dip Powder is a nail dipping system that uses a brush-on gel base on the nail, and then dipped in a powder. The powder comes in natural pink and white for a french manicure look, as well as a range of colours.
The powder, which also lends strength to the nails, consists of organically-processed chemicals Benzoyl Peroxide, Titatum Dioxide, Acrylic Ester Polymer
What are the benefits?
Dip Powder is a very popular choice for both consumers and nail technicians, for multiple reasons.
It looks natural.
There are multiple aesthetic benefits of getting Dip Powder. It looks natural, and is thinner than other options like Gel Polish and Acrylic nails.
It’s strong, but feels light.
It’s more durable yet more flexible than traditional acrylics, and the powder provides more strength than many gels.
Dip Powder also feels lighter on the nail. It is a quick and easy application, an advantage for both nail technicians and clients and there is less filing which means less dust and less drilling than many other products
It doesn't require UV lights to set.
Unlike gel polish, Dip Powder doesn't require UV lights to bond it to the nail.
One study by the Division of Dermatology at Georgia Regents University, found that while the amount of UV radiation produced by a nail-drying lamp during a single visit to a nail salon is not a serious concern, as few as eight visits may produce enough exposure to cause skin damage (depending on the lamp used).
How do you maintain it?
To remove Dip Powder manicures, the gel surface is sanded off before the nails are soaked in acetone. you can maintain the nails for as long as you like, although infills are recommended every two to three weeks depending on your lifestyle and the care of your nails.
The product itself does not cause damage to the nail. As with any nail enhancement, the damage is done in the removal,
"If the product is peeled off it removes layers of the natural nail, causing it to weaken and peel or break.
When removed correctly and carefully by a professional the nail should remain intact