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Quick Dip Powders

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Quick Dip Powders

by ASP
ASP30
$8.29

Quick Dip Powders is rated 3.5 out of 5 by 131.
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  • No Liquid or UV Light Needed High Gloss Shine Zero Dry Time Easy To Use 14 Day Wear
    ASP Quick Dip is a great way to apply nail color, while helping to strengthen the natural nail and without any of the odors. An easy to use Dip Powder to create beautiful sets of nails without the use of a curing lamp. This odor-free system produces lightweight, natural looking nails with the befits of the strength of acrylics, with none of the hassle or damage to remove. Quick and easy to apply over natural nails or short nail tips. 36 Tend Setting Colors.
  • Always start with clean and freshly manicured nails. Being sure to gently push your cuticles back and to cut or file your nails to the desired length. Use a 180-grit nail file, to lightly buff your natural nail removing the shine. Remove all dust from the nail with a clean and dry nail or makeup brush Working one nail at a time:

    Step 1 – apply Step 1 Nail Primer

    Step 2 – Apply Step 2 Base & Top Gel

    Step 3 – Dip finger at a 45° angle into the chosen Dip Acrylic Powder of choice. Tap off any excess powder back into your jar. *Repeat step 2 & 3, until you’ve achieved the color coverage you desire.

    Step 4 – Apply another coat of “Step 2” Base & Top Gel, followed by a coat of “Step 3” Gel Activator

    Step 5 – Use a buffing block to smooth over any uneven parts of the application

    Step 6 – Apply a Topcoat for Shine and give your cuticles some love with a good cuticle oil

    When it comes time for REMOVAL – be sure you have all the tools you’ll need. It is recommend to use 180-grit file, foil, cotton pads and acetone.

    Step 1 – using the 180-grit file, file the nail surface to remove approximately 70% of the existing product.

    Step 2 – saturate a cotton pad with acetone

    Step 3- place the saturated cotton pad on top of the nail and wrap tightly in the foil *Repeat this process on all nails Allow Soak Off Time from anywhere between 10-12 minutes.

    Step 4 – when removing the foil from each finger, grasp and pull while rubbing the pad over the nail, to help pick up some of the product

    Step 5 – using a cuticle pusher or orangewood stick, gently guide the remaining product off the nail.

    Step 6 – use a buffer to gently buff the nail giving it a smooth and even surface

  • Using a product like ASP Bonder, will help with adhesion to the natural nail, so your manicure will last longer

    Use ASP Crystal Clear over your chosen color of choice for an extra layer of protection or shine.

    Have Fun layering glitter shades over opaque ones for something a little different.

Rated 4 out of 5 by from Good Value for the Price Good for the price point. I don’t think these are as high quality as my OPI or Kiara Sky dip powders, but hey they’re a lot less money too. Wish the container was taller to make dipping easier!
Date published: 2020-09-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Love! I started doing my nails at home. I picked up a Shimmy Blues at Sally and tried it. I love it! I also bought Vivid Pink and am looking forward to trying that one too. I’ve not had any issues with lifting but I use a toothpick on each finger after each dip to ensure I don’t get any glue or powder on my nails. This is only my 3rd time using dip.
Date published: 2020-09-19
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Sparkling nails It is quite sparkling and you can mix it with any other powder color you like and it turns out beautifully.
Date published: 2020-09-17
Rated 5 out of 5 by from My own beautician I just started doing my own nails. This dip is not only easy to use but stunning to look at!
Date published: 2020-09-12
Rated 1 out of 5 by from Vintage Plum The sample looks like a deep purple. Once you have on, it’s much more blue, and not an attractive blue. My husband called it asphyxiation blue. I have had great experience with this product. This is the only color I haven’t liked.
Date published: 2020-09-10
Rated 3 out of 5 by from Not impressed Not very impress with this brand. It lift up after 5 days.
Date published: 2020-08-30
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Salon quality at home I love the variety of colors!! I’m not a professional but watched a couple YouTube tutorials and now my nails look great with these products! People ask what salon I go to all the time now!
Date published: 2020-08-28
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Awesome product Happy with the color and this powder is so much better than competitors as far as quality and price!
Date published: 2020-08-26
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What country are these powders made in?

Asked by: DippedNails
Made in the USA by ASP "All Season Professional" Valencia, CA.
Answered by: AzMom9699
Date published: 2020-09-20

How do you apply the dip.powder?.do you need anythwith it?

Asked by: Cindy in Dallas
I literally dip my nail in the powder after brushing the nail with resin. And then once your satisfied with thickness, you spray with the activator. Definitely start with the starter kit and follow instructions. Everything u need is in the kit.:)
Answered by: ZeeVal11
Date published: 2020-09-20

How much are the dips a piece

Asked by: Renee1991
Dip powder prices vary with each brand and size. These are around $15 each jar. 
Answered by: EvieeM80
Date published: 2020-07-20

How many oz are each color? Not the size of the container. 

Asked by: Debbie1974
Weight of product is 14.2 grams or 0.5 onces of acrylic dip powder. Settling does occur depending on pigment shade but the weight is equal to that posted on container. I hope this answer helps :D
Answered by: Nail Tech Pro
Date published: 2020-07-19

Ok so question...do i have to use “quick dip” powder when doing the nail dip...or can i use regular colored acrylic

Asked by: Lovekati0713
I’ve used regular acrylic colored powder the same way I use my dip powders. It comes out with the same results. I’m not 100% sure, but I think they’re both the same, if not very similar. 
Answered by: Brandi81
Date published: 2020-07-17

WHAT'S HE COST OF THE NAIL DIP AND THE GLUE ?

Asked by: gigsygal
The powders are usually around $10-$20 each, depending on the brand. QuickDip powders are closer to the $10 range. The rest of the system, primer, nail base/top coat and activator are roughly $10 each. It may seem like a bit of investment at first, but you get many uses from each which is definitely more cost effective than going to the salon.
Answered by: Quickpace433
Date published: 2020-07-24

Which of these powders is clear?

Asked by: ChristyP78
There's a clear powder choice available if you click on the asp quick dip powder with 22 color options, not the one with 12 , when searching.
Answered by: Freegrace
Date published: 2020-05-27

I’m looking for a nude pink color that is not translucent like Tinkled Pink which looked like the same color salons use for pink and white nails 

Asked by: bettyinsd
Light pink not translucent
Answered by: hparis123
Date published: 2020-05-24
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