Rated 4 out of
Best natural pink powder! But 1 flaw! :(I bought this a month ago but I wish the pink was brighter and had more pink than clear in it. If you’re looking for a very natural pink this is the product for you, but if you want more of a noticeable pink then I don’t recommend this. This branch is by far much better than the beauty secrets powders from salleys. I don’t recommend beauty secrets because it tends to turn yellowish after it has dried and ASP doesn’t, it’s true to its color but it does look much brighter in the picture online. It’s more of a natural clear pink even though it says intense pink. Great product to work with, I love it, recommend it, but the color is just not pink enough for my liking.
Date published: 2020-06-30
Rated 1 out of
ColorThis does not come out pink at all. Slightly whitish in color. Would not buy again.
Date published: 2017-05-21
Rated 3 out of
Good acrylic powderUsed it for about 3 times now and it's a good powder, although it's definitely not "intense" at all. Very sheer, almost clear - wishing it contained a bit more color but overall, a good product if you're looking for some acrylic powder.
Date published: 2017-05-18
Rated 4 out of
It looks like an intense pink but, it's not.The product is great. Easy to work with but, I was expecting to be more pink( it's light pink)
If the nail bed is properly prepped and a good primer is used it does not lift at the nail bed.
Answered by: Lisalu14
Date published: 2020-04-17
Is this sale also in stores?
Asked by: Abigail101
Yes it is. They sell out fast, that's why I get in online.
Answered by: Sandykn1
Date published: 2018-05-12
How to use it?
Brought at store Bonding Acryclic power, Acidless primer, and BIO- SET resin activator. Is there something missing. Why does it Peel off?
Asked by: Janet Ortiz
You must use a liquid MONOMER with the acrylic powder not a resin activator. Those aren't even used together. I would be asking the folks at the sally store from now on what goes with what and what to buy together to get the right mix. You need liquid monomer with acrylic powder polymer and you mix them on the end of the brush as seen in many YouTube videos. You need the dehydrator on the natural nail first and then the primer and then the ball of powder and monomer mixed. Then sculpt the ball. You might as well throw away the bio set resin activator or sell it if it still has most in it because outs not part of the acrylic nail system you are using. That's why the nails keep peeling our falling off. Hope this helps anyone who also did this.