All about the Dipt Nails technique

By Kat Hill | 21 August 2018 | Brands, Feature, Technique

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Yesterday I hotfooted to the trendy Soho location of Sanctum Hotel for an exciting insight into a new dipping brand bursting on to the nail scene.

Founded in Britain by Karisma Ahir, the Dipt system currently sees 60 coloured powders, as well as liquid counterparts. The brand utilises medical grade resins and a very finely milled acrylic powder to create semi-permanent colour overlays. Excitingly, it was also recently announced that Super Nail & Beauty will be distributing the brand, with Dipt joining its portfolio of brands including Zoya and Qtica.

To introduce nail professionals to the new system, Super Nail & Beauty is hosting workshop days up and down the country to allow techs to see the system for themselves.

The workshops saw a variety of demonstrations and product application, including two French manicure looks using Dipt’s upcoming tray. Techs also had the chance see nail art techniques possible with the system. The team showcased the lightweight, flexible and durable overlay achieved with the system, as well as the speed of application and the minimal filing required.

Raring to go, the attendees had the chance to try out the Dipt range themselves and see the variety of colours for themselves. The Dipt and Super Nail & Beauty team were on hand to answer any questions or queries about the range.

Find out more about the Dipt brand by clicking here!

Keep an eye out for more details from the Dipt workshop in an upcoming issue of Scratch magazine!