Tips and Tricks to Remove Dip Powder Nails
A new trendy look in females is the use of dip powder nails. Women who want to carry an attractive look use them on their nails. These nail paints are long-lasting and they help you carry a differentiated look. It catches the eye of the observer; this is why; they are considered as one of the better products for nails. However, people often believe removing them from your nails can be a hassle.
At times, women do not apply them just because it can have issues like spotting on their nails and color pigments. Nail infections and fungus can be other issues as well if you do not remove these dip powder nails within time. This isn’t a problem anymore. We bring to you a few tips and tricks through which removing them won’t be a hassle anymore.
Essentials Needed for The Removal of Dip Powder Nails
Removing dip powder nails is important as putting them for a long time and can be a source of issue for your nails. There are a few tools that are essential to have in the removal process. These tools include a Nail file, Acetone, and cotton balls. Other than this, a bowl and a foil can also give you an added advantage. Even if you don’t have them, you can still work upon removing the dip powder nails.
Few Tips and Tricks
It’s not a very lengthy process as it seems, nor a difficult one. You just have to follow the instructions and your work is done. It’s a step by step process which needs to be followed. Read along to know those steps:
Step 1: Remove the shiny topcoat
The initial process should be to file the shiny topcoat. You can do that by using an emery board. Move the board in a back and forth position and a side to side motion. Try to do this until the top layer which was initially covered by the topcoat looks dull. If the top layer now has white dust on it, that means the powder has been removed.
Step 2: Wrapping of nails
Removing dip powder nails is not the same as removing normal nail polish. You will have to wrap your nails in small squares of foil and place a cotton ball on the coated side which has now been removed. Use acetone as it will sink in the powder. This will soften the nail.
Step 3: Edges touchup
As you take out your hand from the bowl, most of the dip powder would be removed. However, it is advisable to use a cotton ball on the edges to further remove anything that is left.
Step 4: Special follow up
The human psyche suggests that if you are done with something, you want to return to it again. So once you have removed the dip powder nails, you would want to revert to it. The reason is that it gave you a differentiated look and it is something that is trending in the market. However, what we suggest is that like anything, your nails also deserve a break. If you have removed the dip powder nails, give your nails at least 3 months before using it again. It will be beneficial as it will prevent any kind of fungus or infection from entering the nail. Similarly, it will prevent all sorts of spots and color pigments.
It’s never a bad idea to experience anything but always remember how to convert that experience into a positive one. We recommend you use these dip powder nails but remember to remove them with the instructions provided within 3 months. Do tell us if our instructions were helpful in this regard.
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