Dip manicures are cleaner for your nails. False: Polish Nail Bard decided not to offer our clients Dip powder manicures due to the sanitary risk. When multiple clients dip their fingers in the same container of powder, even pouring the product over multiple clients' nails and allowing the product powder to fall back into the container, is an easy way for nail infections to be passed between clients.
They’re safer for your nails. False: "Fake" or artificial nails, no matter which kind you choose, all share a common base. All of the ingredients used to make any type of artificial nail — whether they be glued, cured by UV, or mixed with a liquid and powder — are based on the acrylic family. The simple truth is that it is no less healthy and no healthier.
They’re quicker. False: One of the biggest issues you’ll hear and read experts discuss is the process needed to remove the dip powder coatings. The process for this treatment is lengthy and cannot be rushed, and though it should not harm the nails, there is a potential for damage if you do skip steps, take shortcuts or do anything to rush the process .
They’re cost-effective. False: It is true that professional dip powder manicures come in at a slightly higher cost.
They’re innovative and “new”. False: Gel and acrylic manicures have long been the most preferred way of getting your nails done, and the dip powder nails trend is just now emerging. In actuality, dip has been an option that has been around for years but is now wildly popular as an alternative due to its presence on social media, like Instagram and Pinterest.