What type of products does DipWell offer?
Dipwell offers acrylic dip manicure products n a fully compatible range of kits and colors.
They produce a set of five liquids used to activate and seal all of the powders across their range which can be purchased individually or in easy-to-use kits for those just starting out.
Where are DipWell products made?
All of Dipwell’s products are designed, produced, and packed at their facility in Orange County, CA.
The entire range is USA-made.
How to remove Dipwell nails?
Acrylic dip nails like the Dipwell system need to be removed with acetone to break down the layers.
There is a comprehensive page on the website detailing various methods for speeding this up and giving a clear, illustrated description of the most common techniques.
You won’t need any additional tools or products to remove Dipwell nails and acetone removal can be more gentle on your natural nail than some of the methods needed for other styles of manicure.
The Dipwell directions provided with any of their kits will include detailed advice for removing your nails in the safest and most gentle way possible.
What if my product was damaged?
Dipwell’s FAQ section advises customers who received a damaged product to email them in the first instance.
Several Dipwell reviews we’ve seen have mentioned that the response time on these sorts of queries was great and they had no issues receiving a replacement!
I am a blogger / swatcher / influencer / brand. How can I collaborate with Dipwell?
Dipwell will partner with nail, beauty, and lifestyle bloggers or public social media accounts with 1000 or more followers or subscribers. A specialized email address can be found in their FAQs to get in touch if you think you fit the bill.
Do Dipwell products have an expiry date? What is the shelf life?
Dipwell powders should last up to two years if stored in a cool, dry place and kept out of direct sunlight. The lifespan of glow-in-the-dark powders is likely to be shortened if you pre-charge the entire pot in sunlight before application.
The liquid components have a shorter shelf life and are more sensitive - they will last up to a year with proper storage and if care is taken to keep the product off the neck of the bottle and to clean the brush thoroughly after each use.