For decades, salon entrepreneurs and fingernail experts have longed for a healthy and safe substitute to acrylic nails; one that shines, protect the nails, have the same length as regular nails and be safe from the damages acrylics can cause.

The Ravel Nail Dip Powder System’s impressive technological innovation was designed by a team of fingernail experts with years of marketing experience.

This powder fingernails polish brand takes less time than it would take to do a complete monomer and acrylic manicure. With our range of colours, you can get amazing gel polish colours with one of the colour powders found on the list of available colours. There will be no need to worry about the offensive smell a monomer gives.

A little information about SNS Dipping Powder

Dip Powder soaks off easier than regular gels, takes less time to get done and does not smell like monomer does and in the end, you’ll have your nails beautiful and healthy after removal. It takes less time to apply and since it doesn’t smell like monomer, customers love it. Dip Powders are a safe and healthier substitute to gel polishes and traditional acrylics.

What makes Dip Powders so popular? 

Dip powders can come in any colour, glitter effects, several colour effects and they are as durable acrylic and gel polish. Salon owners always prefer Dip Powders because they profit more than they would when applying a typical gel and in return, the customers are left with a healthier and natural nail and something more durable than the regular gel polish. Dip Powder can stay on natural nails for as long as for two months, as opposed to the regular gel polish that lasts for just two weeks. You would pay the same amount for white and pink Dip Powder as you would for acrylics.

What makes Dip Powder so healthy?

There are no methacylates used in making SNS powder nails. The fluid depends on Cyanoacrylate, which is identical to glue that is used in the medical centres to seal up cuts rather than stitch them. Although fingernail market uses Ethyl Cyanoacrylate which is more complicated and more resilient while medical centres use Octyl Cyanoacrylate.

Dip Powder application method

  • Prep all fingers
  • Apply base to one finger
  • Dip the finger into the powder
  • Apply base again
  • Dip the finger into the powder again
  • Repeat the above steps until you have completed all fingers
  • Now apply activator to all fingers
  • File the nail surfaces using a fine grit file
  • Wash both hands with water and so not use soap
  • Dry both hands with a towel
  • Apply activator to the fingers again and wait for half a minute
  • Apply the second coat to all fingers
  • Apply cuticle oil to the nail beds and you’re done.

You do not need a LED/UV light to get this done so if there are problems associated to using one, this can be avoided.

 

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