What it is:
Fetching is a pastel sherbet orange.
Color Type: Cream
Color Family: Orange
How to Use:
Why Dip Powder
We have the nail REVELution you’ve been waiting for! Revel Nail Dip Powder is the best of both worlds. It lasts like an acrylic but removes easily like a gel polish, doesn’t need a light to cure and won’t weaken your nails when you wear it. Our nail Dip Powder provides protection and long-lasting color with a lightweight, natural feel. When you choose Dip Powder, there’s no need for UV lights or hard gel applications. Get longer, stronger, more natural feeling nails with a durable finish and shine that lasts. Plus, Dip Powder lasts up to 3 weeks longer than the best gel nail polish. If you’ve been looking for fake nails that don’t damage your real nails, try Dip Powder instead, it’s even better!
Choose from a variety of 200+ unique powder nail colors to create a manicure as unique as you!
How Long do Dip Nails Last?
Our dip powder can last from 3-5 weeks, or up to 3 weeks longer than gel polish!
Benefits of Revel Nail Dip Powder
- Strong as acrylics
- Outlasts gel
- Maximizes shine
- Doesn’t need UV light
- Non-toxic and odor-free
- Crack and chip resistant
- Calcium and Vitamin E fortified
- Vegan and cruelty-free
- Revel Nail Dip Powder is MADE IN THE USA
- 100% money back guarantee
How to Get Started with Dip Powder
Start dipping with our Dip Powder Starter Kit! Choose from 200+ nail colors, plus all the products you’ll need to get started.
Check out these tips on how to perfect your dip powder manicure.
Was really hoping for a bright peachy color but this one seems to be a little more neutral than the bright peach I had wanted. With that being said It is still a gorgeous color and I love wearing it!
The swatch online does not do this color justice. On my skin tone it looks literally delicious. A very pale opaque sherbet like the description states... a lighter and less yellow/tan hue than the website swatch I think. I’m obsessed.
Pretty light peach color.
Love this color! I wish it would be a tiny bit brighter, but it's definitely pastel sherbet orange!
I was a bit worried about this color but when its on its a refreshing peachy color. I would put it just a shade darker than the nude colors.
Lovely summer colour!
I saw this color on Facebook and it looked very coral on the person. It's pretty and lasts but a peach color not coral.
my daughter chose this color for us to wear for spring and it did not disappoint us at all. we did two coats and got a highly pigmented color. Now, keep in mind that based on your skin tone, the color could either be lighter or darker. because my skin tone is a little lighter than my daughter's it shows up brighter. my daughter on the other hand, it shows up more like a neutral toned. nonetheless, this is a great color for spring.