Easy Dip Powder Nail Art Tutorial | Gold & Black Chevron Stripes Design



You will never look at color blocking the same way once you see this innovative design from Kiara Sky Professional Nails. Color blocking with dip powder is so much faster and fun! No timely…

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  1. It is beautiful. But i have the same question as Hanna Campbell. When I try to do two colors, the darker color will dust over a little the lighter and changes the color a little. And I have hard time with the straight line as well. I am not a pro, but I love to do my own nails and learn it. So I am looking forward your answer, of if you have a tutorial on that, please sen the link. Thanks

  2. I always find the colours contaminate each other on the nail and in the pot! Tried to to a candy cane effect last night and my red turned the white part of the design pink! What am I doing wrong?? X

  3. hi you did a wonderful job I have a question I did some samples with the Chevron on the same gold that you used with silver and maroon but I don't know why the maroon went into the other colors can you explain me what I did wrong by the way thank you so much

  4. I can never get my lines as crisp as that no matter how many times i've tried. I have had a lot of my customers with short nails ask for this design but its very difficult to achieve it on them. Can you please please post a video showing how to achieve this on short nails

  5. Omg 😲 I love love love it sweetie so beautiful thank you sweetie for sharing I love too tryout the dip powder system and amazing glitter ✨ love your amazing glitter collection of colour how can I get hold of them sweetie I'm in the uk 🇬🇧 please let me know thank you sweetie for sharing your amazing videos love them all it amazing how easy you make it look 👀 love too try out this dip powder nails system please let us know ware is the best for us in the uk

  6. I prefer sprinkling the clear powder over the entire design at the end.. especially if your working with glitter, you can easily contaminate your clear powder with glitter and it's a pain the ass when you do a nude nail, go to cap it in clear and oops sorry lady you get a glitter on there 😣

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