Acrylic Nail Polymers by NEXSTGEN
From Dipping to Sculpting, Copolymer Blends, and Dual Purpose — we offer a range of nail acrylic powders to suit your salon. Engineered for long-lasting brilliance, our range of acrylic nail powders creates a flawless finish.
A powder for every technician
Dipping Powders: A simple, brush-free application that creates a durable, long-lasting manicure.
Sculpting Powders: Exceptional control and workability for precision nail enhancements and intricate designs.
Copolymer Blend Powders: A blend of the best qualities of different polymers for superior adhesion and aesthetic finish in both sculpting and dipping applications.
Dual Purpose Powders: An all-in-one solution designed to streamline your craft, perfect for both dipping and detailed sculpting work.
Key features of NEXSTGEN Acrylic Polymers
- Superior Quality: Unparalleled performance and consistency
- Non-Yellowing: Complete clarity and no yellowing to ensure your art stays pristine
- Perfect Bead Pickup: Ensure a smooth application and perfect finish
- Durability up to Three Weeks: Provide your clients with confidence as they go about their daily lives
- Wide Color Range: Our powders come in a range of colors, from crystal clear to vibrant hues
- Ethical Beauty: All of our powders are 9-Free, Cruelty-Free, MMA-Free
Create the perfect formula with NEXSTGEN Monomers
Combine NEXSTGEN polymers with our liquid monomer to create a perfect acrylic nail system with unparalleled durability. Discover our monomer liquid.
Frequently Asked Questions About Acrylic Monomers
Polymer powder for nails is a finely milled powder that combines with a liquid monomer to form acrylic nails. When mixed, they undergo a chemical reaction that creates a hard, durable enhancement over the natural nail or nail tips, which can then be shaped and styled.
You mix polymer powder with a liquid monomer to create the acrylic nail formula. When combined with the polymer powder, the monomer liquid hardens through a process called polymerization.
Yes! In the world of nail enhancements, the terms are often used interchangeably. It’s the powder component of the acrylic system, which, when mixed with the monomer liquid, creates the acrylic nail.
The primary difference between gel nails and dip nails lies in the application process and the materials used. Gel nails involve applying a liquid resin to the nails, which is then cured under a UV or LED lamp to harden. Dip nails involve applying a base coat of cyanoacrylate adhesive, then dipping the nails into a colored powder (polymer) and sealing it with a top coat. ( Gel nails tend to have a glossy finish while dip nails are known for their matte finish and offer a more durable finish, without the need for curing with light.)
Being 9-Free means that NEXSTGEN powders are formulated without the nine ((Formaldehyde, Dibutyl Phthalate, Toluene, Formaldehyde Resin, Camphor, Xylene, Lead, Paraben, Ethyl Tosylamide) harmful chemicals commonly found in nail products, making them safer for both nail technicians and clients.
While NEXSTGEN powders can be used with other brands, they are formulated to work best with NEXSTGEN monomers to ensure the highest quality finish and durability.
NEXSTGEN’s system is designed for superior adhesion, and while some technicians may prefer to use a primer, it is not necessary to achieve a flawless finish with NEXSTGEN nail systems.
NEXSTGEN powders contain UV inhibitors to prevent yellowing, but it’s also important to avoid prolonged exposure to UV light and use a high-quality topcoat to maintain the nails’ color clarity.