How to Remove Dip Powder or Acrylic Nails ft KC Nails

Nail Removal Clips Kit

 

In this video-article, we will be showing you two fastest methods to remove dip nails at the comfort of your home!

Products needed:

  • Professional Grade Cuticle Pusher
  • Acrylic and Dip Removal Easy No Mess Soak Off clips
  • Soak-off Bowl Dip and Acrylic Nail Removal System
  • 1180 Hand file
  • Nail Clippers
  • Cotton Round
  • and #6 Double Dip Cuticle Nourishing oil

Let's start with the 1st method!

Soak Off clips METHOD

Note: she is doing this method on her short nails but if you do have long nails just grab your nail clipper and trim down your nails.

  1. Take your hand file and file off the topcoat to all of your nails.

- this will save your time in soaking your nails with the clips.

  1. Take the cotton round, cut it out into smaller pieces, and pour some acetone into the cotton pieces. Next, place the soaked cotton on your entire nails, and lastly place the Soak Off clips into the tip of your fingernails. Do these to the rest of your nails.

IMPORTANT TIP: In doing this step, please make sure to fully saturate the cotton pad or it will not remove your dip powder.

  1. Sit and wait for 10 mins. *you can listen to music or watch a favorite YouTuber while waiting. :)
  1. After 10 mins, remove the clips and cotton pad and take the Professional Grade Cuticle Pusher, then gently scrape off the dip powder.

- If you are having trouble scraping off the dip powder it means you did not saturate your cotton with enough acetone or maybe you didn't allow it to sit long enough.

- Repeat step 2, if you haven't removed or scraped off all your dip powder.

  1. Once you've scraped off as much dip powder or acrylic as you can, take your hand file and buff the surface of your nails. You can also use a buffing block for this step.
  1. After removing all the Dip Powders on your nails, go ahead and apply gel top coat to all of your nails.
  1. Grab the #6 Double Dip Cuticle Nourishing oil and apply it into your cuticles and make sure to rehydrate them. This cuticle oil smells so good and does the job!

Done with the 1st method! I hope you like it! :)

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2nd Method of Dip Powder or Acrylic removal

For the 2nd method of Dip powder or Acrylic removal, she uses the Soak-off Bowl.

Important reminder: For this method, if you have long acrylic nails, trim them using your nail clipper.

  1. Take your hand file and file off the shiny topcoat from all of your nails.

- this will save your time in soaking your nails with the clips.

NOTE: On the bottom container of the Soak-off bowl, fill this with hot water. Hot water heats your acetone and removes your Dip powder or Acrylic nails a lot faster.

  1. After filling up the bottom container with hot water, clip it back and pour some acetone.
  1. If the acetone is fairly placed in the container, dip your hand into the acetone and then soak your nails for about 10 mins.
  1. After the time is up, remove your nails from the container and take the Professional Grade Cuticle Pusher, then gently scrape off the dip powder.

- Repeat steps 3 & 4 until there's no more dip powder left on your nails.

* repeating these steps depends upon how thick your acrylic or dip powder nails are or how much you file off before soaking your nails. :)

  1. After removing all your dip or Acrylic powder,
  2. Apply liquid topcoat to your entire nails.
  1. Grab the #6 Double Dip Cuticle Nourishing oil and apply it into your cuticles and make sure to rehydrate them.

You're done!

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