CND Shellac

By Monday, October 27, 2014 No tags Permalink 0

Well these last couple of weeks have been all about CND Shellac.  I’ve attended a brilliant course on this, which highlighted the many benefits of using it.  Have a look at my Treatment list to see what I now offer http://blossomwithorchidbeauty.co.uk/treatments/

If you don’t know what I’m talking about, CND Shellac is a ‘Power Polish’.  It is the ease of a polish, yet with the performance of a gel.  No other product can stand up to this claim of 14+ Day Wear, mirror shine and Zero dry time.

Here is a link to a Q&A sheet on CND Shellac, to really help you to understand the benefits yourself…. https://cnd.com/pdf/Shellac%20Support/4965_Shellac_Q&A_Consumer.pdf

One of the key things people keep asking me is about whether CND Shellac damages the nails.  It doesn’t, if anything it helps to strengthen the nail whilst worn, it’s just important to come back to the Salon to have the CND Shellac removed properly.

It’s so important to keep your nails and hands hydrated.  I’d highly recommend using a hand cream morning and night to keep your fingers nicely nourished, plus when using CND Shellac, around the nails can become dry, so it’s really important to use Solar Oil (created specifically for CND Shellac) which will help keep the nails and cuticles moisturised.  Please ask me about purchasing Solar Oil as I now stock this.

Here is my latest range for Autumn/Winter, getting you ready for the party season!  My personal favourite at the moment is Rubble (second from left), which can look stunning on.

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You also want to be sure that you are getting the genuine article when it comes to CND Shellac, there are a lot of copycats out there.  Make sure the business has a Certified Pro Logo, check out the salon locator on www.lovecnd.com/salon-finder, also ask if they are using CND Shellac products.

The other part of my course was learning how to deal with ridged, peeling, splitting and weak nails.  With CND Shellac you can use this on weak nails as it will add strength, however on splitting, peeling or ridged nails there is a product call CND BRISA Lite, which I now stock and it has huge advantages for the nail.  It is a new soak off gel that smooths the nails and lasts up to 3 weeks.  This can be used as an option for anyone to make their CND Shellac last an extra week.

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I hope this has helped you to understand more about CND and I look forward to professionally applying a CND Shellac treatment for you soon.

Have a good week x

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