SNS for Beginners
For anybody who has had an SNS nail before, you’ll know how complicated and time-consuming the procedure is – it’s certainly a skill that will make you appreciate your nail tech much more – but after a couple of practice, you can actually get better at salon-quality nails at home, by yourself!
Here’s a at home guide on how to DIY SNS powder dip nails For Beginners
- Begin by shaping your nails and also carefully push back your cuticles. By using a nail file, buff across your nail plate to get rid of any shine and to make a bit of grip to the gel base polish.
- Paint your nail with a thin coating of SNS dip powder base polish, then dip your nail, on an angle, into the SNS dipping powder. Tap and then brush the extra powder off the nail. Do this to every nail and then continue doing this entire step again on each nail if you’re using a lighter shade or want a fuller shape.
- Use a thin layer of SNS Gelous Base polish to the nail (make sure to stay away from the cuticle line, after that, dip the nail into your SNS Gelous Colour of your choice. Tap and then brush the extra powder off the nail. Like before, do this to every nail and then repeat this whole process again on each nail. Depending on the shade, you can continue doing this step a third time
SNS Dipping Powder for Beginners
- Apply an additional thin coating of SNS Gelous Base polish to the nail; after that, dip the nail into Natural Set Sheer Powder. Once again, tap or brush the extra powder off the nail. After that, repeat this part on each nail
- Brush Sealer Dry on to every nail
- Now, you need to buff the bumps down on every nail by making use of a file block. Use a nail file to reshape your nails, if required
- Apply Sealer Dry to every nail, again
- Rinse your hands with water but NO soap! – then dry. You just want to eliminate any extra powder from your fingers and nails
- Apply a thin coating of SNS Gel Top polish on your nail, brushing from left to right. Let the first coat to dry
- Then apply a second coating of SNS Gel Top polish to every nail. Once again, don’t paint over the damp polish
- Let your nails dry up for up to 2-5 minutes before applying a nail oil to your cuticles.