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Give yourself stylish, sexy nails at home, with a dip powder kit. There are dozens of options available online and hundreds of color variations. You’ll need some manicure basics to start, including a file, cuticle stick or trimmer, acetone nail polish remover, and cotton balls. Then, when it comes to kits, you’ll want, at a minimum, a base, an activator, and a top coat, plus your color powders. Extras that are helpful, but not essential, include a soft makeup or kabuki brush, a natural powder, a brush restorer, and a cuticle oil or vitamin serum. The best part about home kits is that the bottles are numbered, so you easily know what to use and when!Learn more
Embracing a chinoiserie theme, Topic Design Studio created an alluring powder room for a couple that loves to entertain. An irregular-shaped mirror is placed against an Arte wallpaper with bird motifs, adding a dynamic flow to the stylish alcove. Shining Siemon & Salazar pendant lights are the real stars of the space, with their striking form instantly adding a sparkle to this tiny oasis.Read more
The result was just as good as you'd expect — like when that husband rapped his wife's Fenty Beauty makeup tutorial, or that dad narrated his daughter's makeup video. Not a single step was forgotten or skipped over, from the nail prep to the application of the polygel and nail gems at the end. He even cited where each of the products she used were from and called out the links in the description box below the video.Read more
superior high quality – the powder is fabricated from personalized components and has superior manufacture method which make the acrylic powederr long-lasting, pigmented, and easy when apply.Read more
We've trawled Instagram to bring you a round up of the very best rose-gold nail designs. Yup, whether you're looking to try a glimmering chrome effect, a flash of glitter, or a high-shine foil finish, these are the looks to try. From natural nails to acrylics, every shape and length is covered.Read more
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This Parisian powder room created by Stéphanie Coutas of SC Editions is a visual extension of the apartment’s elegant interior. Coutas, famous for her bespoke design approach, adorned the powder room with custom-made pieces from SC Editions.
When it comes to fake nails, the damage is really done by incorrectly removing them or having someone who does not know what they are doing apply the nails. Both dip nails and gel have certain pros and cons, but the most significant difference is the curing process. Gel uses a UV light to harden, while dip nails harden during a chemical process thanks to the combination of the base coat, powder or polish, and the activator. Both are long-lasting, require a similar removal process, and look great, so the choice is down to personal preference.
5. The Perfect Mirror
As we continue to be mindful of doing what we can to reduce the spread of coronavirus, we've done a deep dive into the world of crafting to bring you some of the essential items you need to recreate some of spring's most refreshing nail art trends from the comfort and safety of your couch. From playful cuticle dots to minimalist negative-space designs, the seven tools and nail products here will help bring your Instagram saved folder to life.
What are polygel nails?
If you're spending a lot more time at home social distancing, then chances are you've found yourself with excess hours on your hands — unmanicured ones at that. While forgoing your bimonthly gel manicure is probably the least of your worries during this time, there's no harm in picking up a new hobby —like DIY nail art — to help ease any coronavirus-induced anxiety you may be experiencing. (Plus, with all the cash you save doing your own manicure, you can feel even better about supporting hair and nail salons that were forced to close doors and lay off technicians by buying a certificate for future use.)
There will always be pros and cons to all manicure options. On the pro side for dip powder nails, they’re easy and straightforward to do, generally taking less time than regular acrylics or gel nails. Plus, there’s no odor, they’re less messy if you don’t have a steady painting hand, and there are plenty of at-home options for a DIY mani. There’s also an incredible array of vibrant colors available from neon pinks to white glitter and subtle nudes. On the downside, removing them properly is a bit of a process, and can damage your nails if not done correctly. If you’re attending a salon, it can also be expensive to get them done every three weeks. Finally, if you get them done at a salon, check that they brush or pour the powder onto your nails, rather than a dip — shared powder tubs have been linked to cuticle infections.
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What are the downsides of polygel nails?
Polygel is an all-in-one, odorless non-acrylic nail extension alternative that requires no mixing. The full kits come with everything you need to do a full set from your home. They generally include clear and colored polygels, a UV or LED lamp, brush, nail molds, a nail file, base and top coats, and slip solution.
If you can't get enough of this design, read on to see more angles of the rainbow opal effect, plus some of May's best opal manicures to save for your next trip to the nail salon.
Or you could try accents of rose gold. This is one of our personal favourite ways to wear it, as it can really add light to your design. Whether that be abstract shapes, or curved lines, a touch of the pink stuff will really accentuate whatever you put it next to.
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How long do polygel nails last?
4. Lighting Up The Mood