Hi everyone! I know I’ve been so incredibly inconsistent with my blog lately, rest assured, it’s only because I’ve been working on some incredible stuff! I have a lot of new endeavors in the works, and I’ve also been researching and working my butt off trying to learn as much as I can about editing and creating awesome content for you guys. I made the following video (before I learned a lot of cool new editing tricks and got a camera -_- ) as a follow up to my prior post about DIY dip powder because so many of you requested a video! I hope you all find it useful. One day I’ll do a follow up video to show you even more techniques to mastering DIY dip powder (and i’ll do it with much better quality and more personality haha). Love you all and I just wanna say thank you for all your continued support. It means so much more than you know!

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  1. Powder nails are known for their quick and easy application process, making them a popular choice when visiting the nail salon. Their removal can be quick and easy as well, and you can do it right at home. You can remove powder nails using acetone and aluminum foil, or you can opt for the acetone soak. Whichever method you choose, you should be left with healthy and happy nails.


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