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HOW DO I REMOVE  

DIPPED POWDER?

It's actually quite simple and you can use products you may already have at home! The fastest way to remove dip powder is to put a paper towel in a zip lock bag and fill with pure acetone. Get a bowl with warm water and as you soak your nails let the zip lock bag sit in the warm water. The dip powder soaks off within 5 minutes. Try it!

Quick tip 1: Put oil on your hands before soaking in acetone to avoid dryness.

Quick tip 2: File the shine off of your nails first to allow the acetone to penetrate.

Quick tip 3: Rub your nails against the paper towel while it soaks.

Warning: Acetone is extremely flammable. Never use acetone near an open flame. Be careful to not use hot but only warm water. Never attempt to microwave acetone. 

HOW DO I USE THE BRUSH SAVER?

The Brush Saver will help keep your brushes fresh and free from clumping that can occur when excess powder remains on the bristles. At the end of each manicure, switch the bottle brushes of Step 2 base with Step 6 Brush Saver and the next time you do your nails, you'll always have a fresh, clean brush! 

Quick Tip: To prevent bottles from sealing, wipe the rim of bottles after use. 

WHAT IS YOUR

RETURN POLICY?

At DIP'd we are focused on maintaining the highest standard of sanitation with each of our products. All dip powders are sealed for your protection, therefore, we can accept returns of unopened powders only. We are unable to accept returns on bottle systems or kits for the protection of our consumers.

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