If you are a professional manicurist working in a salon or an artistic manicure lover who prefers to do the nails at home, there are some uniform skills that every person who comes into contact with different polishes must possess. One of the facets of beauty that you need to be acquainted with is the art of storing dip powder liquids to prevent them from spoiling. Just like the recommendations for storing drugs are highlighted on the container, most of the dip powder liquid containers come with the storage instructions. Failure to adhere to the provided storage guidelines results in faster spoiling even before you can enjoy the value for your money, which implies that you will be forced to dig deeper into your pocket to purchase a new kit. It does not matter the type of dip powder polish that you are using, but you will require a liquid bond which, when spoilt, results to weird looking SNS, DND, Kiara Sky, or Nugenesis dip powder nails. Is that what you want? Wastage is costly, but it can be easily be avoided by following simple storage steps.
Avoid Introducing Dip Powder into the Resin Bottle
The most significant disadvantage of using dip powder manicure is dealing with the brush used in applying essential liquids that facilitate adherence of the powder on the nails. The liquids are known as resins, but they are usually labeled as finishing gel, topcoat, or base gel by different brands. In terms of their chemical composition and the ingredients used in their manufacture, the liquids are similar to glue.Continue reading “How to Prevent Dip Powder Liquids from Going Bad”