Copper Crush Copper Nail Dip Powder Copper Rose Collection
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Our dip powders are hand mixed in small batches to ensure the best quality. Our swatches show two dips of color and one dip of clear on a clear swatch stick. All of our swatches are created with our dip liquids. For best results, we recommend 2-3 dips of color (depending on your preference). Glitters should be capped with a layer of clear to help smooth out the nail and protect from buffing and filing.
Desert Sands- bright copper fine glitter
Sepia- a rich copper base with slight pink and gold shimmers
Copper Crush- a mix of small bright copper glitter (the same color as in Desert Sands) and fine rosy copper glitter (the same color as in Copper Rose)
Copper Rose- a mix of rosy copper glitter in small and fine sizes
Canyon- a rich rosy copper base with hints of pink and copper shimmer
Raspberry Macaron- a gorgeous mauve pink base with copper and rose gold foils throughout
Vintage Blush- rose pink glitter in a mix of small and fine sizes
Rose Latte- a rich vintage pink base with hints of copper shimmer
Pink Champagne- a chunky mix of pale rose gold glitter
Rosé Shimmer- a mix of fine rose gold glitter and fine iridescent pink glitter that reflects gold and pale blue
Lover- a pale blush pink with tons of gold shimmer
While specifically designed to be used as dip powders, all of our powders are made with a dual-purpose acrylic base and can be used with monomer or gels. Since the powder is more finely milled than traditional acrylic and has more glitter and pigment mixed in, working and drying times as well bead texture may vary. Please feel free to purchase a sample to familiarize yourself with the differences!
Our dip powders come in sample (1 tsp), 0.25oz, 0.7oz, 1oz, and 2oz quantities. Samples are measured to be at least a teaspoon (though you might get a little more) and all other jars are filled to the top. Some settling may occur during shipping, but we do our best to fill our jars as much as possible.
Full jars means you get more powder, but it also means that overflow is bound to happen. We recommend placing jars in a cupcake liner or on a clean sheet of paper before dipping so that any overflow can be poured back into the jar. You can also pour the jar into the cupcake liner for easier use.
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