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In its never-ending quest to sell me trendy beauty products, Instagram has been sliding Nailboo into my feed for the better part of a year. The dip powder manicure kit has become wildly popular for two reasons: DIY nails have been on the rise thanks to the popularity of social media sites like TikTok, and the ability to do said nails at home continues to get easier and easier. So, if you’ve been searching for a detailed Nailboo review, look no further.
After testing it out, I’ve learned this is one of the easiest at-home dip kits for beginners (and trust me, I’ve tried lots of options). Unlike some more advanced kits, Nailboo is made expressly for those who aren’t quite sure how to dip from home or maybe don’t know how to dip at all — perhaps because they’ve never even gotten a professional dip manicure — by simplifying the complex process with labeled products and step-by-step instructions.
DIY manicures beyond the average two coats of nail polish can either end in disappointment or turn out rather decent. Either way, doing it yourself saves you money on biweekly fill-ins and the occasional broken-nail replacement. So, just how easy is this system and is it worth throwing down $55 (and up) for a starter kit? Whether you’re looking for inspiration for Nailboo colors, need in-depth Nailboo instructions, or want to learn more about the Nailboo removal process, I tested out the entire system and I’m sharing everything I found.
Keep reading to check out my Nailboo tutorial.