Quick Dip Powder System Kit

Quick Dip Powder System Kit



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  • Quick Dip Acrylic Nails Kit gives you a finished set of professional, salon-quality nails in 25 minutes
  • Simple and easy powder system for beginners and professionals that can be used with nail tips or natural nails
  • The final results seal in oils to prevent the natural nail from drying, cracking, and splitting

The ASP Quick Dip Acrylic Nails Kit gives you a finished set of professional, salon-quality nails in 25 minutes! The Quick Dip System is a simple and easy for beginners and professionals to use non-acrylic wrap that can be used with tips or natural nails and results in strong, beautiful, natural-looking nails. The final results seal in oils to prevent the natural nail from drying, cracking, and splitting.

Quick Dip Powder System Kit is rated 4.1 out of 5 by 31.
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Great diy kit Salon who?! This dip kit is amazing! yes it is a little time consuming but the overall savings of doing it myself is well worth it. I love the way my nails turned out. Its my first time doing it and I was so impressed on how great they look they almost look like I went to the nail salon but nope not this time! I read through the reviews before buying and I'm so glad I went ahead and took a chance. I did take notes and advice from other reviews and key is one nail at a time and definitely no more then 2 coats of the dipping process otherwise you end up with thick lumpy nails. So in my honest opinion it's well worth every penny spent and all the savings of doing it myself. Oh btw I never post reviews but this product really deserves it
Date published: 2018-10-05
Rated 2 out of 5 by from not the best looked pretty but woke up in the middle of the night with searing finger pain what happened
Date published: 2018-09-08
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Easy to use with high quality results Very thorough instructions, easy to use even for someone who has never used this method before. If I have any issues like lifting or durability I’ll update this review.
Date published: 2018-09-08
Rated 4 out of 5 by from Once you get the hang of it, this is great! I tried this product on one nail, following the instructions and what a disaster! Thankfully I didn't give up. Painting on the glue like polish and then dipping a couple of times was fast and easy with little filing required. The end result was a thin, yet strong nail. I've only been using this for a couple weeks, but so far I really like it.
Date published: 2018-08-07
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Not great. This is very time consuming and they did not send nowhere near enough French tubs also I had so many locks and I took my time and I tried to do it smoothly I'm not a fan of the glue
Date published: 2018-06-26
Rated 4 out of 5 by from I have been using this for years I've been using acrylics for a very long time. In the last year I started taking Biotin to see if I could grow my nails out, as they were not in the best shape. Once they started growing I decided to start using the quick dip without the nail tips and much to my happiness it's working great for me. It keeps my thin nails from bending and fraying. The product lasts on my nails for a good week or so and then I simply take off and reapply. Keeps my nails strong as they are still pretty thin, but it gives me hope that one day they will be healthier by going this route. The ONLY negative thing I can say is that you can't buy the products separately. I did an experiment and tried the brush on resin and the spray that sets the resin that Sally's sells, with the left over quick dip powder, and it worked perfectly for me.
Date published: 2018-04-27
Rated 2 out of 5 by from Beware This nail system worked great but the ingredient ethyl cyanoacrlate caused severe allergic reaction of runny nose,sneezing, eye redness, and throat irritation. I had been using this kit for about a month upon my second set of nails and did a fill. The next morning I was really sick and figured out that I was having an allergic reaction and had to get product off my nails asap. Still not feeling well suffering with allergy symptoms! Sadly I loved how beautiful my nails came out and easy but not worth being sick-So Off Wth The Nails! Up until today I told everyone how great the product worked. After researching it just comes down to too much glue exposure.
Date published: 2018-04-07
Rated 5 out of 5 by from Ultimately LOVE, but read the whole review Upon first application I was ready to write a SCATHING BURN review. The applicator brush is absolutely HORRIBLE, WRETCHED quality. This led to pudling/glopping in spots particularly in the dabbing times creating VERY uneven layers OMG WHAT A NIGHTMARE. I used up a brand new shaping/Emory board getting my nails presentable. However in the process I made my nails, fingers, hands and even my arms very sore. It took the better part of a week for me to be able to use my fingers normally. There were multiple "paper" cuts due to the filing board as well. Oh it was awful, and I was angry. THEN, after a couple of weeks I noticed that the product ws not lifting, chipping, peeling etc. Week 3 I decided to remove all 10 and start again this time I did one nail start to finish at a time. I added the step of previous acrylic kit application of using a metal flat end cuticle stick to trim around and shape the nail bed. (DESPITE WHAT THE INSTRUCTIONS IMPLY you WILL get it alllll over your nail) take the time to trim the excess with EVERY layer. OMG now I absolutely LOVE this product now. The secret is: ONE nail at a time, use a flat end cuticle stick to trim excess and shape. Also, dip in the powder slowly, wiggle your finger a little doing all this over a bowl or some kind of "catcher" of powder or there will be waste an mess.
Date published: 2018-03-18
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Asked by: BEARALL22
Apply tips. Brush glue over nail and tip, proceed to dip into the acrylic powder. Repeat if necessary and finish with a coat of acrylic spray. (Brush on resin. Dip nail into dip powder. Spray with acrylic cure.)
Answered by: SallyStaffer8
Date published: 2018-10-09

Is this product good for filing?? Or should I look for a different kit?

Asked by: Terri222
Do not waste your money!  I waited too long to try it, and could not return it.  Ridiculous gobs of goop. 
Answered by: Sissy1984
Date published: 2018-10-07

If this is not acrylic powder then what is it? 

Asked by: fiberglass Lady
Acrylates copolymer and Silca Slylate are the ingredients I see on the product description.
Answered by: ADSfunlife
Date published: 2018-09-17

I've tried this dip system twice and I love how easy it is to work with. But I get cracks maybe two or three days later. Am i doing something wrong.

Asked by: Jenruv75
Pre prep your nails is extremely important. Make sure your nails have no polish on them. Buff the shine off.(gentley) First step dehydrator, base coat, dip, bake coat dip. Activator, base coat. Buff smooth activate & 2 coats top coat. I've never had it crack?
Answered by: Mama Torri
Date published: 2018-09-14

Do you need a UV light to activate and dry?

Asked by: sherri49
no  it includes the activator
Answered by: paola198
Date published: 2018-09-10

Is there a tutorial on this product? And will you sell the liquid seperately?

Asked by: Bobbie51
YouTube has tutorials for everything. As for the liquid it is just to help the nail glue dry faster. Gelish sells an activator in a kit and separately. By itself you can find it for $6-$11. It works well.
Answered by: AudreyLS
Date published: 2018-08-30

how many uses do you think you can get out of one kit? is it worth it to get this kit or invest in bulk supplies?

Asked by: grace650
Not worth the purchase. I used it maybe three times and yeah you could get a lot more uses out of it but it only lasted me 1-2 days. I would never recommend this. 
Answered by: KateGKer
Date published: 2018-07-16

How do I remove these?

Asked by: naenae14
jackie2704 prefers acetone free most likely because it does not dry out nails and skin, however, the acetone does bloat the acrylic material and make it easier to remove without having to pull the nail off. soak a cotton ball in acetone and wrap in foil around fingers. soak for 20-30 minutes.
Answered by: Abig1225
Date published: 2018-06-28
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