French Tip Dip
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French Tip Dip French Manicure and Pedicure kit is a new tool and system designed to lay down a French manicure in just a short period of time. No need to go through the hassle of creating French tip for your toe and fingernails for this kit allows you to get the design you want in seconds flat!
If you want to create French tip designs on your nails then there’s no need to fret! French Tip Dip French Manicure and Pedicure Kit lets you embellish your nails may it be natural or artificial. You can achieve the French tip design just by dipping the tool in your favorite nail polish and touching the tip of your nails gently. This product is reusable and you can clean it up just by using a nail polish remover. It also works on all nail shapes and sizes. For more information on this pleasing product, you can visit www.frenchtipdip.com.
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How It Works
French Tip Dip is an at-home beauty tool that will enable you, with practice, to give yourself a salon-quality French manicure or pedicure. Each tool comes with tips of various sizes and shapes, so you can use it on a variety of fingers and toenails. To achieve an absolutely perfect fit, you can even squeeze, pinch, or trim a particular tip in order to fit a certain toenail or fingernail.
How to Use (Step by Step)
- Ready Your Nail Polish
- Dip Tip
- Wipe Off Excess Polish
- Apply Polish
- Add Topcoat
- Put Away Leftover Polish
- Clean Tool
Pour some nail polish into the small jar included in your French Tip Dip kit. You can use the nail polish thats included in the kit, or some of your own. Fill the jar only about a third full.
Dip your dipping tool into the nail polish, with the tip you want to use facing down.
Swipe your dipping tool against the side of your polish jar in order to remove any excess polish. That way, your fingernails or toenails wont end up looking messy and gooey.
Use the dipping tool to apply nail polish to the tops of your nails, trying to use only one dip per two or three nails. Make sure you touch the tool lightly, not roughly, to each nail.
After you let the nail polish youve applied with your tool dry for a few minutes, go ahead and apply sheer nail polish as a topcoat. Once finished, let this dry for a few minutes, too.
If you have any nail polish left in your jar after you finish the painting process, pour it back into its original bottle so that it does not dry out.
At this point, you can clean your tool with standard nail polish remover and a cotton swab. However, you also have the option of leaving any polish on your tool to dry, and peeling it off when youre about to use the tool next.
- For Natural And Fake Nails
- Works With Any Polish
- Polish Refills Available
- Reusable Tool
- Easily Removable
Regardless of whether the nails you want to enhance are natural or artificial, your French Tip Dip kit will work just as effectively with both.
When you give yourself a manicure or pedicure with this kit, you can use any brand or shade of nail polish to do so, even glitter polish.
If you like using the nail polish already included in your French Tip Dip Kit, you can order refills after your first bottle is gone.
There is no limit as to how many times you can use the dipping tool within this manicure / pedicure kit.
When you want to change the look of your nails, or redo a manicure or pedicure thats starting to look shabby, this will be easy to do. You can simply remove your French mani or pedi with standard nail polish remover, even if you used the nail polish included in the kit.
The dipping tool, nail polish bottle and application jar that come with the French Tip Dip Kit are all small, so you can easily carry them anywhere.
Tips and Tricks
- File Nails Beforehand
Youll find that your dipping tool is easier to use if you file your nails into a round or oval shape before you use it.
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