A dip powder manicure enhances your overall beauty by making your nails look attractive. But all good things do not last forever. Similarly, your LDS dip powder nails show signs of wear and tear after three weeks. It becomes imperative to remove them to enable you to have a fresh coat.
If you feel removing dip powder is a chore, you are in for a pleasant surprise. Various methods of removing LDS dipping powder from nails are available. We shall discuss some of them that you can do at home without visiting a nail salon.
The Traditional Way of Removing Dip Powder
Generally, you use a nail polish remover containing acetone. Though we shall discuss alternative modes of removal, you should know the official guidelines, as well.
Step 1: Use a sterilized nail file or sandpaper to remove the gel top shine. Though it is not necessary to remove all the color layers, you should sand off the gloss before using acetone to remove dipping powder. (more…)