Are you tired of your beautiful dip powder manicure starting to lift after just a few days? Don't worry, you're not alone! Lifting is a common issue that many people face when it comes to dip powder nails. In this comprehensive guide, we will walk you through the steps to prevent lifting with dip powder, particularly if you experience lifting when using our Sensitive Liquid Set. Whether you're a professional nail technician or someone who loves doing their own nails at home, these tips and techniques are sure to make a difference!
9 Tips To Prevent Lifting With Our Sensitive Liquids:
#1 Nail Prep - Push back your cuticle and buff the entire surface of your nail plate.
#2 Cleanse the Nails - You can use a lint-free wipe and alcohol, acetone or a nail dehydrator to ensure better adhesion.
#3 Apply a Full Coat of Pro Base - This step is optional, but @beelo.nails likes to apply a full coat of Pro Base and let that dry before moving on to her first layer of dip powder.
#4 Clean Your Cuticle Lines - Use a manicure stick to remove any product that may have gotten on your skin.
#5 - Use the Apex Method - The Apex Method helps to strengthen the stress point of your nail.
#6 - Push Back Your Cuticles, Again - Push back your cuticle again before your last dip to avoid touching your skin.
#7 - Cap the Free Edge - Cap the free edge of your nails after every dip.
#8 - Apply a Generous Amount of Activator - Apply your Activator generously to ensure it is penetrating every layer of dip powder.
#9 - File, don't buff! - To prevent your Sensitive Gel Top Coat from peeling, file your dip instead of buffing. Gels need a rough surface to properly adhere and not peel off.
By following the techniques and tips provided in this guide, you'll be able to prevent lifting with dip powder and enjoy a longer-lasting, flawless manicure. Say goodbye to those frustrating days of prematurely lifting nails and embrace the beauty and durability of dip powder nails. With proper knowledge and care, you'll have nails that turn heads wherever you go!