Summer Nails by Shellac Gel Nails

I have always believed that my hands are not made for manicures and nail polishes. In my experience, I’m lucky if my hands remain chip-free after a day of polish. With Shellac’s 14-day chip free promise, now I don’t see any reason not to sport my summer nails, pronto!

Shellac is a breakgthough, patent-pending UV3 technology that combinesΒ  the ease of polish with the permanence of gels. No other products in the market can stand up to the claim–on like polish, wears like gel, off in minutes. What I love about Shellac, aside from having 2 weeks of beautiful nails, is that they’re hypo-allergenic. Shellac also does not have formaldehyde, toluene, or DBP (dibutyl phthalate) so your nails has got nothing but beautiful amazing stuff.

If you are interested to try out Shellac Gel Nails, I had mine done at Azta Urban Salon Eastwood branch. Application was easy, I think my hands were done in 30-40 minutes. No downtime at all. Once your hands are out of the UV machine, it’s dry and ready to go. Top it off with CND Solar Oil to keep your nails and cuticles healthy and moisturized.

Shellac promises 2 weeks of perfect high-gloss nails as Shellac was developed and tested to withstand the rigors of daily wear–this I’ve got to see! In the meantime, you can follow CND Shellac on Instagram for more info.


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2 thoughts on “Summer Nails by Shellac Gel Nails

  1. DearKaaat says:

    Wow chip-proof nails for two weeks! I like that this doesn’t have harmful chemicals, hoping to try this asap :> I love the summery color on your nails btw!

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