Dip powder nails are making a big comeback in the world of manicures. It is time people realize that a one-time dip powder manicure can last for almost a month. Also, they serve the best nails that are brittle and weak. The popularity of OPI dipping powder is increasing with the wake of every day. Their powders and liquids do not have the characteristic pungent smell like that of acrylics. Furthermore, UV light is not required in the curing process. Thus, OPI dip powders remain healthier to both the manicurist and the client.
What Exactly Is Powder Perfection?
OPI dip powder is a sort of manicure that is heavily reliant on several coats that act as the nail’s finish. Polyethyl methacrylate is used in the formulation. Also, instead of using acrylate copolymer, the chemical used in acrylic nail polishes, OPI uses polymer powders. Resin is used in OPI as a base coat, and an activator is applied to act as the cure. A powder coating follows the avtivator, and a top layer then follows.