How to Remove Dip Powder Manicure (SNS Manicure)

It takes longer for SNS manicures to degrade or chip off compared to gel manicures. Its base formula of SNS dip colors indicates that the achieved coating cannot be easily peeled off. It creates the essence of being acquainted with the knowledge on how to properly remove it, especially if you will have to do it at home. The process of applying dip powder manicure is easy and straightforward, which makes them the preference of many people who visit beauty parlors and salons. Likewise, it is easy and fast to remove an SNS manicure if you know how to do it. You can choose to do it in the salon or the comfort of your home.

Various methods can be used to remove dip nails. You can choose to use an acetone soak or aluminum foil and acetone. Nevertheless, any method that you prefer should leave your nails clean, happy, and healthy.

Using an Aluminum Foil

Use a Nail File

A nail file is instrumental in removing dip powder nails. It involves using the file to sand down the topmost layers of the nails on each hand. Successful and healthy removal of these nails involves first eliminating the shiny top coat of the nails. You must thoroughly file each of the nails to make it efficient for the powder to come off.


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