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Acrylic Nail Powder System
Our Acrylic System is designed to make beautiful natural-looking nails. Discover all our specially designed acrylic powders
Shop Acrylic Powder Collections
All our acrylic powder collections are developed to self-level and create a flawless finish. This product has superior adhesion and shows true color.
Dan’s Acrylic Liquid Monomer Professional System
Thi acrylic nail liquid monomer is been developed to provide higher bonding, consistency, lower odor, and free of mess while maintaining color clarity and avoiding yellowing.
Acrylic Powder Colors
Shop our beautiful acrylic powders by colors. Choose a great selection of different effects and finishes: pastel, vivid, sparkling, neon, shimmers, glitter of different sizes, metallic, pigmented, etc. Choose yours and create your best designs!
Best Acrylic Powder Covers
Discover a whole universe of acrylic powder covers. Find a huge variety of acrylic powder covers tones for all kinds of client styles.
Acrylic Nail Brushes
Check out our 100% Kolinsky acrylic nail brushes, different Art brushes for different nail designs
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What is the powder use for acrylic nails?
The powdered polymer commonly used in acrylics is polymethyl methacrylate (PMMA). It provides a very stiff and rigid acrylic. However, PMMA can be blended with a softer type of polymer to provide greater flexibility.
What do you need for acrylic nail powder?
Here is a list of some of the most important tools nail technicians use to apply acrylic powder,
Be sure to properly prepare the nail bed by removing the nail polish and cleaning it with acetone before applying your Dan’s acrylic powder.
Products you will need:
- Acid-Free Nail Primer
- Acrylic Nail Brush
- Acrylic Powder
- Acrylic Liquid
- Dappen Dish
- Top Coat (either Gloss or Matte Top Coat)
- Cuticle Pusher
- Lint Free Wipes
- Nail File & Buffing Block
- Nail Prep/Dehydrator
Is Dip Powder the Same as an Acrylic Powder?
Dipping powders basically are an acrylic powder that is used in a totally different way, dip nails utilize a resin coat (nail glue) to bond the powder, in contrast to acrylic nails (also known as “liquid and powder” or L/P nails in Europe) which use a mixture of liquid monomer and powder for bonding. Although this may seem like a small difference, it is quite significant.
What lasts longer gel or acrylic?
The gel nails have different characteristics than the acrylic ones since it is not an extension for the natural nails, instead, it is a semi-permanent nail polish which can last up to 3 weeks
What is best for nails gel or acrylic?
Nail technicians understand what is best for your nails once they evaluate both your personal lifestyle and the damage done to your nails if there is any.
If a customer has hard, fragile nails, she needs a flexible enough product to prevent her nails from breaking, especially at the nail extension border. If a customer has soft, fragile nails, she needs reinforcement, and I would choose an acrylic-based product. If a customer wants a coating on her natural nail with no extension, the exact same rule is applied. I examine the health of the nails to create a customized mix.
Regardless of the type of nail enhancement choice you make, when done properly by an expert technician, either acrylics or gel extensions should produce the expected result: healthy, beautiful, long nails.