Nail Trix | Nail salon 27101 | Winston-Salem NC

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Dip Powder can be applied quickly and easily

What Is SNS?

SNS stands for Signature Nail Systems. It is a branded powder-dipping system, accompanied by a brush-on, gel-based polish.

SNS comes in an array of colors and shades and consists of benzoyl peroxide, titanium dioxide, acrylic ester polymer, vitamin E and calcium.

Nail Trix - Nail salon 27101 - Pedicure near me Winston-Salem NC : Let's try one of the hottest nail trends these days: Dip Powder! Dip Powder can be applied quickly and easily. Instead of a lacquer, the color comes from a pigmented powder. Set up your appointment now to try this nail trend!

Nail Trix
Address : 1516 Mt Zion Pl, Winston-Salem, NC 27101



How Is SNS Applied To Your Nails?

  • SNS nails rely on powder rather than layers of gel. The process of applying SNS nails is fairly simple. Let’s break it down:
  • Your nails are filed and shaped then cleansed with a primer.
  • The nail technician applies a coat of resin on the nail plate.
  • Dips each nail into the coloured powder, and secures the colour with a bonding liquid.
  • The process is repeated a number of times to create the required strength and structure.
  • Finally there’s the glossy top coat to give the look its luster and shine.
  • It will take about 45 minutes to 1 hour for the SNS application.
  • SNS nails cannot be infilled, so when you have regrowth you will have to do a full removal and re-application.


How To Remove SNS Nails?

  • The process of removing powder manicures is quite easy. Begin by removing the top layer of gel polish, and then soak your nails in acetone, generally no filing or buffing required.
  • While acetone is the most effective method, it can irritate and dry your skin. You can use acetone-free nail polish remover if you prefer.
  • A clever option is to stop in your local nail salon and have your SNS nails removed professionally.


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You want a slightly less fragile yet still extreme nail shape, try coffin or ballerina nails