Hello and welcome to Beyond the Paint, a blog by Bio Seaweed Gel (BSG).
Each Wednesday we will be releasing new content that will discuss all things nails and more.
All About BSG's Dip Powder System
What is Bio Seaweed Gel’s 2-in-1 Dip Powder?
Dip Powder is an alternative system to gel and acrylic that provides superior strength & resistance to chipping and is ideal for those who have very weak and brittle nails. Our Dip Powder system does not require UV/LED light to cure as it is an air-dry product and the process of achieving of Dip Powder nails is as simple as dipping your fingers into finely-milled powder, tapping off excess, applying clear Dip Liquids and allowing it to air dry! The process is simple and quick compared to doing gel polish nails, plus you get added bonuses of:
✓ Long lasting dip powder manicure that looks like gel polish
✓ 2+ weeks of wear and superior strength
✓ Not worrying about painting colour over your skin
Dip Powder Overlay Tutorial
Below is a video demonstrating how to achieve a dip powder manicure using BSG’s 2-in-1 Dip Powder system. Dip Powder can be applied over your natural nails or over artificial extensions. You may also use our 2-in-1 Dip Powder to achieve traditional acrylic nails with your choice of liquid monomer.
If you would like to get started on dipping at home, we have the perfect Dip Powder Starter Kit that contains all the essentials for achieving dip powder nails. In addition, there is currently an ongoing Buy 1, Get 2 Free promotion on all Dip Powder Colours. We have over 124 colours to choose from, inspired by our 3STEP Gel Polish line and below are just a few of our favourite looks to inspire you!
Let us know if you’ve tried dip powder nails before and if you love it or hate it? Every comment will also double as an entry for a chance to win a $25 BSG e-Gift card. One winner will be contacted by email on March 31st 2021. Must be 18+ to enter and a resident of Canada.
Update: Giveaway closed, winner is Rachel.
Why aren’t you selling dip powder colors anymore? Once these supplies have sold out.
My friends call me the DIY nail queen. Can’t leave home without having my nails done up. I’ve tried dipped nails. It’s a lot of fun! Love how it lasts a long time. My second post on IG is about dipped nails @poshdreamstyle
I enjoy working with the BSG dipping system. I found that the top coat takes way too long to dry.
Our clients LOVE the the BSG dip system!! Great adherence and smooth finish. We can’t get over the the color selection 😍
I’m a big fan of dip powder! I use it with tips to create extensions and they LAST! I also love using it with gel polish because it’s the easiest way to create beautiful ombre looks. It’s such a great medium to work with.
I would love to try dip. It’s on my current wish list. I currently use Unity and love it !
LOVE LOVE LOVE! i always hated painting my nails with traditional polish, always turned out a mess! Tried BSG dip powder system for the first time Christmas of 2019 and could not believe the difference! so easy to use and amazing colour choices! the powder is so soft and fine! I CANNOT STOP RECOMMENDING IT! already have my bestie hooked! :)
I LOVE these! I just bought a bunch to try because of the sale and they are so much better for if you just want some added strength to your natural nails. I prefer it over gel polish on my nails
I have never used dip system before but I would like to try it , it’s on my wish list … maybe soon …
I love the BSG dip powder system! i have almost all the colours and your liquids are the best I’ve ever used.
Love BSG gel polish and I’m sure that your dip system is great too! I have a different brand of dip system (didn’t realize you had a dip system 😊) and while I love the strength that dip provides, I don’t love their product, as the results are inconsistent between the different shades… Would love to try the BSG system to compare!
I’ve never used your dip before! Just your gel polishes :) will have to give it a try
I haven’t used it but am contemplating using it as my nails are brittle and could use some strength
Only use dip for manis where I need it to last quite long. The removal process can be tedious!
I find the dip is great! A minus for me is the removal time vs. your gel colours.