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CND Shellac Power Polish Pedicure

CND’s UV-cured power polish Shellac adds excitement for both nail techs and customers alike.

CND’s UV-cured power polish Shellac adds excitement for both nail techs and customers alike. The range of shades feature perennial classics and fashionable favorites to give salon-goers a wide variety. The colors span effervescent light shades like Mother of Pearl and Beau to the more bold and dark shades like Masquerade and Black Pool. 

1. Wash the client’s feet. Towel dry. Shape and smooth the extension edge with a Kanga File.

2. Remove cuticle with CuticleAway and a cuticle pusher.

3. Scrub the nail with ScrubFresh and a lint-free pad.

4. Apply one thin layer of CND Shellac UV Basecoat to each nail surface and extension edge of all five nails on one foot. Be sure to encase the extension edge. Cure all five toes for 10 seconds in the CND UV Lamp or Brisa Lamp.

5. Shake a Shellac Color bottle of your choosing, and apply one very thin coat to each nail surface and extension edge of all five nails on one foot. (This layer will be slightly semi-sheer if applied correctly.) Cure all five toes for two minutes in the CND UV Lamp or Brisa Lamp.

6. Apply a second thin color coat using the same process, and cure for two minutes. Then apply Shellac UV Top Coat to each nail surface and extension edge.

7. Cure all five toes for two minutes in the CND UV Lamp or Brisa Lamp. Remove the top film (sticky inhibition layer) with a lint-free pad soaked with 99% IPA (Isopropyl Alcohol). After CND Shellac application is complete, continue with pedicure service by soaking and using SpaPedicure products.

8. Use a Shellac Remover Wrap or cotton and foil with 99% acetone to remove. Leave on toes for 10 minutes, then using a twisting motion, pull the Shellac Remover Wrap or cotton and foil from the toenail. 



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