Choose from 152 EZ Dip Colors – 1 oz. jars. Light Pink, Dark Pink, French White and Crystal Clear also included. List your preferred choices in the notes at checkout or email me: email@example.com.
The more you buy, the more you save!
A 1 oz. EZ Dip Powder jar can last over 25 manicures and NEVER expires!
The four EZ Dip liquids Promoter, Structure, Gloss Coat and Foundation are not included and are sold separately.
Step 1: Sanitize work area, client’s hands and your own.
Step 2: Cut and file nails to desired shape (square or round), push back cuticles & trim if necessary
Step 3: Gently roughen the entire nail bed with a nail buffer to remove the excess cuticle and shine from the nail bed
Step 4: Remove Dust with Nail Brush
Step 5: Gently Shake EZ Dip Color Powder Jar to loosen powder from settling and then Open Jar
Step 6: Apply a thin coat of Structure and then:
Dip finger/nail into EZ Dip powder, tap off excess with another finger (don’t tap on the jar as this could cause the jar to tip over).
Repeat this on each nail, one at a time.
***You can use a nail brush gently to brush off extra powder on fingers/hands…(make sure to wait a few seconds after dipping – before brushing away dust) to ensure dryness***.
Step 7: Repeat Step 6
Step 8: Apply promoter generously to all nails and let dry 30 seconds
Step 9: Gently buff nails (entire surface) and file edges if necessary. NOTE: Gently use drill or buff as close to the cuticles and sides of nail as possible
Step 10: Wash hands and dry thoroughly
Step 11: Repeat Step 8
Step 12: Apply 2 coats of Gloss Coat to all nails and let dry for 3 minutes
Step 13: After nails are fully dry, apply oil/lotion to cuticles/hands if preferred
Step 14: Much later – when thoroughly dry, file again to shape if necessary
***THIS LASTS UP TO 2 WEEKS AND CAN BE RE-FILLED EASILY AS WELL!***
That’s it! Now you have gorgeous, rock hard, natural looking nails that are super shiny!!
Get ready for lots of compliments!!
Absolutely NO LED or UV Lamps used for this product by Peak Beauty!
Please watch the video below for more info and a tutorial!