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The powder room is a great space to have a little fun and an expressive mirror may provide just the right dose of playfulness. Mirrors are the most simple ways to add a fresh spin and spruce up the space.

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A striking powder room with intriguing patterns. Photo credit: Amoeba Design

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The most significant difference between dip powder and gel is the curing process. Dip powders cure in a similar way to acrylic, in that the base coat, powder or polish, and activator together create a chemical reaction to harden. On the other hand, gel requires UV lights to cure, so once it’s applied, you sit your hands in a UV light machine for a few minutes. Another difference is application time — dip powder nails can be a much quicker process than gels. In terms of similarities, both have comparable longevity, lasting around three weeks before needing a touch-up. The removal process for both is also similar, requiring filing and acetone to get back to the natural nail. Ultimately, the choice comes down to personal preference.

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Combine two or more colors to create a beautiful ombre effect. The nature of the fine powder makes it easy to create this look. There are multiple techniques you can try. Use a soft brush to gently tap the colors onto the different parts of your nail over the base coat. Alternatively, if you’re doing it at home, apply the base coat, then your first color. Brush off any excess, then bounce the tip of your nail in a second color, building the depth of the shade up the nail until you have the desired effect. The options for color combinations are endless. Go for a feminine look with pretty pastels, hype up the bright with fluoro yellow and blue, or go ultra-fierce with a sexy red and black combo.

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