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CND Shellac Polish to Launch Six New Shades in September

July 11, 2011 | 12:27 AM

CND Shellac has quickly become a salon favorite thanks to natural nail-friendly removal and effortless, zero-dry time. CND Shellac combines the ease of polish with high-gloss shine and extended wear. It is easily removed in ten minutes and does not require surface filing during application or removal.

Now, CND introduces a collection of six new shades to keep color cravings satisfied! With 30 colors to choose from, CND Shellac offers variety, value and personalization for salons and their clients.

CND Shellac Polish to Launch Six New Shades in September

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