Current Trends “Dipping Powder” Systems

“Dipping Powder”

The current trends right now are dipping powders and they are flooding my IG timeline. So, let’s discuss them!

This post is for informational purposes only.

There’s always something cutting edge and new in the nail industry that advertises a particular product is healthier than the next. I encourage you to read my blog as well as read reviews. Do your own research on products before taking one’s word for it.

Here are a few brands that provide dipping powder products:

SNS is a dipping powder has removed almost all of the harmful chemicals that most dipping powders contain. In addition, SNS has added no less than four vitamins: A, E, D3 and B5, plus calcium, to nourish the growth of healthy nails.

http://snsnails.com/about-us/

Kiara Sky is formulated without harsh chemicals and has added vitamins and calcium to strengthen natural nails. Kiara Sky® Dip Powder contains complex bonds that keep it from chipping, discoloration and lifting.

http://www.kiarasky.com/dip-powder/

NuGenesis’s nail dip powder uses organically processed powder products combined with liquids enriched with Calcium and Vitamin E to give you strong, durable nails with a shine. 

http://nugenesisnails.com/pages/about-us

Young Nails Slick Pour is exclusive to CosmoProf and Armstrong McCall. A hygienic and sanitary system. Unlike other brands, Slickpour is a pouring method, so there is no contamination of product in its jars.

http://www.youngnailsresource.com/#other-brands

All brands include liquids which have vitamins, give no odor, promises up to 3 weeks of wear and come in a multiple colors.

These products are applied to natural nail to provide protection and can also be applied over enhancements including acrylic and hard gel.

I currently do not offer these services. From what I have reviewed, my first choice would be Kiara Sky. It is one of my favorite gel polishes that I currently use. After I have used the product I will post a review of the product to let you guys know how I like it as well as what my clients think about it.

Clients that I have recently serviced who had SNS weren’t super thrilled about it. Clients stated that the product was “chipping” and “lifting” after about a week. So, with that being said, everything is relevant to what your nail likes and what adheres best! Just because it’s being advertised that a particular product is “the best” for your nails and that it will be the best for your nails; at the end of the day it may not be the best. As I mentioned before, EVERYTHING is in the APPLICATION!

My personal opinion, “It is just another service to add to your list.” I always inform my clients and say “It’s personal preference.”

Please, leave comments if this helped you better understand dipping powders.

Feel free to ask questions if something wasn’t answered!!!

Thank you for your support!!!

NailsDoneWright

One Comment Add yours

  1. I was wondering if dipping powders were good for the nails! Thanks for the resources! 🙂

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