Unlike gel nails, which requires UV rays to cement the polish or acrylic, dip powder nails use pigmented powder. Moreover, there are vitamins within the formulas. How healthy it it! Another thing is that the dip powders are not that far off from acrylic. The dip powders are made up of grains of pigment, they have more intense colors. This is different from acrylic nails that involve a liquid and a powder that bond to form a gel. When it comes to their removal, it can be quick and easy. Most importantly, you can do it at home. There are some methods for you to remove your dip powder nails. Using acetone and aluminum foil or you can opt for the acetone soak. Below are some step-by-step guidelines.
1. Sand down the top layer of each nail with a nail file.
2. Soak cotton balls in pure acetone; use whole cotton balls to soak in 100% pure acetone. Each cotton ball with cover 1 fingernail.
3. Wrap your nails in foil to hold the cotton balls in place.
4. Wait 10-15 minutes for the nails to soak in the acetone.
5.Remove the foil and cotton balls from your nails; press down slight on each nail so that the cotton ball with help wipe off the powder.