If you have ever had a gel/shellac manicure you already know that CND Shellac™ is the best. CND Shellac is the Original Power Polish system that goes on like polish, wears like gel and comes off in minutes with no nail damage. It’s really the only kind I will get now, because it does far less damage to my nails than a gel manicure. Trust me, I’ve tried them all. Anyway, CND Shellac is ready to celebrate spring with five new power pastel shades in their “Sweet Dreams Collection,” available now in salons worldwide.
CND Co-founder Jan Arnold is excited about the palette, “The new pastel colors can be worn on their own or layered to create a reverie of never ending dreams.”
Since launching in 2010, CND Shellac has transformed salon service manicures and pedicures, delivering 14-day flawless wear and mirror shine with zero dry-time, no chipping and no nail damage. CND Shellac comes off safely in minutes with convenient, hygienic CND Shellac Remover Wraps that precisely target the nail to limit skin exposure to acetone. With CND Shellac Nourishing Remover, which recently launched in fall 2012, removal time has been reduced by 20%, making the process only eight minutes.
So last week I had a CND Shellac manicure and they used a new product on me, Brisa Lite Removable Smoothing Gel. It’s an easily removable gel layer, that perfects and smooths the surface of the natural nail. Applied like a base-coat, it extends the wear of the CND Shellac service to three flawless weeks. Brisa Lite Removable Smoothing Gel acts like a foundation primer that prepares the face for flawless makeup application, and provides a glass-like surface for CND Shellac, perfecting the nail’s appearance and extending wear. Brilliant. You can ever wear it alone like a glossy clear polish.
The addition of this new collection brings the grand total of colors available to 47! Not only that, when you consider colors can be layered to make other colors…the options are limitless. Discover the new CND Shellac Sweet Dreams Collection at a salon near you by visiting cnd.com. Manicure prices typically range from $25-$45 and pedicures from $40-$60 depending on location.
– Lauren Dimet Waters
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