Pure White Nail Powder is a versatile powder which is perfect for creating baby boomer, ombré and French Manicure nails.
For best results, apply using a P1 brush, pick up a small amount and work from the tip backwards to the mid part of the nail to a fade. For more intensity, apply Smooth It! cure and reapply the powder to get the perfect fade. Cap nail thoroughly with Top Coat.
You can also apply this powder directly on top of gel polish, mix with other powders from our collection to lighten the tone, mix with acrylic (3:1 ratio) and you can stamp with it.
Galley photo shows Pure White Nail Powder as a ombré with a French Pink Gel Polish.
Perform a manicure and prepare the natural nail for gel polish application.
Apply Base Coat following Base Coat step-by-step
Apply 1-2 coats of colour following Gel Polish step-by-step. (For Neon Powders we recommend using White Magic or a bright similar colour.)
Using your P1 Brush or Sponge Tool pick up a small amount of powder, then working backwards from the free edge, gently pat and press the powder onto the inhibition layer of your gel polish ensuring there is enough product on the brush/sponge tool so that only the product makes contact with the inhibition layer.
Be sure to keep the free edge free of powder.
Remove any excess powder by very lightly dusting with your brush
You may double layer your powders by applying a coat of clear gel polish (Base Coat or Foil Gel) and repeating steps 4-6.
Apply your Top Coat using a floating motion so as not to disturb the powder.
Top Coat twice ensuring you thoroughly encase the powder and cap at the free edge
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