St. Patrick’s Day Nail Art With EzFlow TruDIP


Now more than ever, clients are getting savvy about dip system nails. Thanks to social media, videos featuring powder-coating enhancements have gone viral and nail pros are updating their menus to include glue-and-powder nail art.

With the three-step TruDIP System from EzFlow, you can create acrylic covered designs in half the time. We’ve enlisted the help from the manufacturer to show you to recreate a luck-inspired glitter fade that is festive and fun.


Here’s what you’ll need to recreate the St. Patrick’s Day look: 

-Grand Artist Oval 508

-Curve & Dot Duo Tools




-Hit the Floor

-All In

-Riddle Me This

Follow the steps below to recreate the design:


Prep:  Prep the nails for a dip enhancement.

Step 1: Apply Base and dip each nail into Hit the Floor, covering completely.

Step 2: Apply a second coat of Base and sprinkle All In, starting from the free edge, using the 508 Brush.


Step 3: Without pausing, quickly sprinkle Hit the Floor, starting from the cuticle to create desired ombre effect. Pro tip: You must work quickly to achieve desired effect.

Step 4: Apply Activate then file, buff and shape the nail.  


Step 5: Dip a dotting tool end into Base and create a heart shape then tap nail into Riddle Me This.

Step 6: Repeat Step 5 two more times to create clover design.

Step 7: Dip the dotting tool into Base to create the four-leaf clover stem.  


Step 8: Brush off excess powder and apply TruDIP Activate.

Step 9: Apply two coats TruDIP Seal to lock in the lucky design.

How are you incorporating dip systems into your nail art services? Let us know in the comments below!

[Images: Courtesy of EzFlow]


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