There is a funny quote about nails that
goes something like this. “The only time you can keep a woman helpless is
when she is drying her nail polish.” No one knows the origin of the quote,
but the quote’s originator appears to be a sadistic person who loves to keep
OPI believes in empowering women and instilling confidence in them. One way is to minimize the time it takes to dry a woman’s nail polish. OPI Dipping Powder is an excellent solution that does not take more than a minute or two to dry. Maybe, the originator of the quote above might not relish it, but women worldwide adore OPI nails.
The Concept behind Dipping Powder
One has to admit that drying nail polish
can be cumbersome. There can be distractions leading to a woman smudging her
nail polish. The invention of the dipping powder thus comes as a welcome
surprise. The reasons why dipping powder has become popular can be attributed
to the following.
Many people suffer from sunburn and other problems when exposed to the sun, so it is preferred to avoid exposure from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. to the sun. There are tanning lotions made to protect your body from the sun and designed for the uses of indoors and sunless. If you don’t plan to sit in the sun for long hours to get tans, then the tanning lotions are best preferred.
There are three standard methods of tanning:
3. Sunless tanning
How to Choose a Tanning Lotion
The choice of the best tanning lotion
depends on two things- method of your tanning and your skin type.
In this method, you need to get exposed to
the sun for long hours and soak the rays to get the tan. Generally, this is the
cheapest method of all, which has helped many people get their desired tan. You
may or may not have those hours to get exposed to the sun, but this is the
method that comes with some risks. This method has indeed helped many people
around the world, but it causes premature aging of your skin as well as the
risk of getting skin cancer also increases.
This may or may not be your choice, but if this method is your choice, then get a gradual tanning lotion that is made for outdoor use and slather on it.
When it comes to winter manicure designs, tons of colors to
choose from are available. You can go from minimal to extreme and there is
nothing that can stop you from coming up with ideas. But given the cold
climate, it is also important to give the nails extra care since the cold
weather can be a bit lethal to the nail. The cold and dry winter can make the
nail prone to breakage and brittle caused by cuticle peeling and drying. Having
said that, we have listed here some of the preferred looks for the holidays
that you can recreate.
1. French Manicure
There is no denying that French manicure is the biggest trend of 2019 and it will continue well into 2020. The simple yet elegant design that we used to know have evolved so much since it was first introduced in the 1970s. The sheer nude or light base pink with thin white strip at the tip is now being offered with a twist. Saturated bright, pastel and neon colors are now being used to recreate this classic look. Even French ombre are now being a trend. Achieve that look instantly with LDS Dipping Powder for that extra spot of interest.
2. Glitters and Gold
Simple colors like pink and white doesn’t have to be that plain anymore. Add luxury to the look by adding a sprinkle of glitter like LDS Glitter Collection and your nails are all dressed up for the season.