Listen Linda (20g)
Listen Linda (20g)
We often get asked about the process behind some of the more unusual names in our collection. For the curious among you, here is a behind-the-scenes look at what goes into naming our dips.
“Ok, need a name for this gray dip.”
"What gray dip?"
“You mean the blue one?”
“No, it’s gray.”
“No it’s not. Let’s call it Blue’s Clues.”
“It’s f*ing gray. Why would we call it Blues Clues?!?”
“Listen, Linda. It’s blue.”
“I’m not calling it Blues Clues. Listen Linda would be a better name."
Is it blue, or is it gray? You decide. And then look at it in different lighting and change your mind. Either way, it's a dynamite color that you're sure to love!
New to Nail Dipping?
Dipping your nails for the first time can be a confusing - maybe even a little intimidating. But it doesn't have to be. Watch this video for a quick introduction to home dipping, then visit our Dipping 101 page to learn how to get salon quality nail dips in the comfort of your own home. Even if you're an experienced dipper, you might find a few new tips and tricks.
French Tip Dips
Love french tipped nails, but not sure how to do them at home with dipping powder? Check out this awesome video demonstration with Don't Be Jelly tips on Pixie Dust nails.
Brought to you by our friend, Laurart - check her out on YouTube!
Don't Get Stuck!
If you're not careful Base Coat and Top Coat bottles can get glued shut. To prevent this:
- Don't get liquid on the rim or threads of the bottle.
- Before closing, wipe the lip and thread with an alcohol wipe, then apply cuticle oil to the threads.
- Be sure to store bottles upright when not in use. Watch the video below for more information.
Did you know our Base and Top Coat bottles include a special flange designed to help reduce the chances of them sticking shut?
Click here to see how it works
Check out our Troubleshooting page for tips to solve and avoid common problems.