CND Shellac - UV/LED Top Coat (.5 oz)

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CND Shellac - UV/LED Top Coat (.5 oz)

One thin layer of UV/LED Top Coat is all you need. It offers a durable shine while sealing and protecting your nail Color.

Delivering the goods. Credibility makes all the difference.
Better science makes better products. The patent-pending formulation of solvents, monomers and polymers is why Shellac goes on like polish, wears like gel and removes in minutes. Plus it's hypo-allergenic and 3-FREE... containing no formaldehyde, toluene or DBP. Shellac stands miles apart from others in the market with the science and testing to back it up. Nail Professionals that participated in more than 4 years of controlled, blind testing said unanimously there's no comparison not even close!

Shellac is the breakthrough, patent-pending, UV-3 technology that combines the ease of polish with the permanence of gels. A true innovation in chip-free, extended-wear color. This visionary new product category was created to be EASY ON-EASY OFF. Shellac applies like a polish-no pots-just bottle and brush. And removal is just 10 minutes! No filing, No drills. Shellac is UV cured, so there's ZERO drying time. It's thin and flexible like polish, so it not only looks natural, it provides strong natural nail protection.

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