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CND Encourages Consumers to "Go With a Pro" for Beauty Services

Anne Moratto | January 17, 2014 | 12:29 PM

CND Encourages Consumers to "Go With a Pro" for Beauty Services

CND (Creative Nail Design, Inc.),  founded in 1979 and based in Vista, CA, is a leader in professional nail, hand and foot beauty and creator of  CND Shellac, the Original Power Polish.

Their committment to the beauty professional is evident in a new awareness campaign in which they are urging consumers to "Go With a Pro", and to patronize and support  licensed manicurists and salon professionals.

Learn more at cnd.com

CND Encourages Consumers to "Go With a Pro" for Beauty Services

 

 

 

 

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