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Hello! Today’s video is a DIY Dip Powder Manicure that you can do at home! I tried to film this step by step and should be easy to follow for beginners. This kit was ~$35 which was really cheap for dip powder nails, and these are durable and strong! I highly recommend this if you don’t want a lot of damage to your nails but still want the color to last for 2-3 weeks without a chip.

Products Used:
Red Carpet Manicure Starter Kit (http://amzn.to/2GJ31zt)
Buffing Block (old but similar here (http://amzn.to/2nCKnAv)

Additional tips:
Don’t swirl your nail around in the powder!
If your nail is too long, pour the powder in a narrower container, or dip is 45 degrees upside down.
Prep your nail bed well to prevent lifting – I use rubbing alcohol to get all the natural oils off my nails.
Wipe excess liquid off the bottles before capping them as they can cure and make it hard to twist off next time.

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Filming equipment:
Sony Alpha A6000: http://amzn.to/2lygRLg
Sony 16-70mm F4 Lens: http://amzn.to/2q5B14B
OR Sigma 30mm F1.4 Lens: http://amzn.to/2lrVgVA
Soft Boxes (mine are older, these are similar): http://amzn.to/2CmYtPY
Neewer 18″ Ring Light: http://amzn.to/2lAZ9a2

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20 replies
  1. Blondie Gurl
    Blondie Gurl says:

    Interesting, most kits have you smooth and file after you put activator on as that’s what usually hardens the acrylic? I’m surprised that yours is hard enough to file down without it? But I saw that it was. I have a kiara sky kit, may try and see if it hardens before I put activator on. I also found the first time I used I didn’t brush off enough powder. Also I started to do the application a little differently after playing around a few times trying to get the coats of acrylic thinner near my cuticles so it grows out more naturally and then I can just do a fill in instead of having to fully remove which I’m finding is easier and better for my nails. So I apply first coat aprox 1/2 way up nail then 3/4 then abt a hairline away from cuticle. That way the acrylic tapers to my cuticles. This dip powder is definitely something that we get better at w/practice. Great video! Thanks!!!

  2. Libby Snedaker
    Libby Snedaker says:

    I’ve only ever gotten acrylic and gel nails before, but I’m super interested in trying this Dip kit! Do you think it would work on super short nails? I feel like this would help me stop biting my nails because the layers would be too tough and it looks like it would be hard to pick off.

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