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CND Shellac

Product Features

  • CND Shellac™ is the one and only real power polish product that gives women an entire 14 days of flawless wear.
  • Immediately after receiving Shellac nails from a professional salon your nails are ready to go. Never again do you have to worry about them chipping while searching for keys, phone, or even opening a door. There is zero dry time!
  • Shellac has no odor.
  • Shellac by CND does not damage your nails. It is 100% 3-free (contains absolutely zero DBP, formaldehyde, (toluene) & dibutyl phthalate).
  • It takes just 30 minutes from start to finish.
  • After drying the Shellac Nail Polish is a high shine product. Expect it to almost look wet for an entire 14 days.
  • Removing Shellac is even easier than application. The process takes just minutes and does not damage your nails. Zero files are used when removing CND Shellac.

Shellac Reviews

65 Responses to CND Shellac

  1. jessica on April 24, 2012 at 3:11 pm

    Me and my sister had Shellac nail polish done for the first time and love it ! However when she went to have hers removed they filed the polish off rather than used wraps or acetone is this correct ?

  2. Karen Schram on April 14, 2012 at 3:01 pm

    Chris can you order the Shellac products for personal use? You stated you purchased products for home-spa. Would appreciate your feed back . Thanks!

  3. Tara Jones on March 28, 2012 at 4:06 pm

    I have had 2 shellac treatments done and love the effect and lasting nature. The first one was over Christmas in Gotcha – very bright (but quite baby) pink, and 2nd I just went for zillionaire. Loved both, but now what I really would like is a deep pink – I can’t tell which would be better – tutti frutti or hot chillis (or another one I haven’t seen!). Can nayone advise me?

  4. Kirsty on March 7, 2012 at 4:36 am

    I’m practicing (not a professional but for personal use) to use the shellac nail polish, My pedicures turn out perfectly and have lasted nearly 3 weeks now, but i just cant seem to get the application right on the manicures. I have the full CND kit and Iv followed instruction and tried to do thin coats, but after a few days i can peel the polish of or the tips wear off. Can it be down to not pushing the cuticles back properly?

  5. cynthia on March 3, 2012 at 11:36 am

    My last Shellac application peeled off after a few weeks. I never went back to the salon for removal. Now I have some spots under my nails where they are lifting. Is this the result of not having salon removal?

  6. Vera on February 25, 2012 at 3:34 pm

    Don’t listen to manicurists that tell you that Shellac is perfectly fine for nails. I had strong nails prior to getting Shellac that grew long without breaking. After 3 Shellac manicures my nails are now brittle, break constantly and look paper thin.

    • maria on March 27, 2013 at 9:51 pm

      After 3 shellac manicures my nails are weak, brittle and broken. Shellac is wack lol

  7. stephaniee on February 22, 2012 at 4:26 pm

    i had the same problem my nails were tore up when i got my acrylics removed but i absoloutly love the shellac, and u can not see any dents or anything from the fake nails 🙂

  8. Christina on February 10, 2012 at 9:27 pm

    Just wondering if the removal method for Shellac is safe during pregnancy.

  9. Chris on January 25, 2012 at 7:44 pm

    I find it interesting that if things go wrong with SHELLAC you almost always tend to blame the tech who applied it. I do shellac in my home-spa, and it’s 50/50 as to whether or not it last the two weeks. Some clients get two weeks (or more) out of an application with no problem and with others, it peels, and comes off before even a week goes by. Since I am the ONLY person who does the Shellac manicures, it’s safe to say that I do it the exact same way every time. Why would you think it’s only 50/50?

    My jury is still out as to whether I love shellac or not – especially considering how much $$ I shelled out to get all the components that make the system work!

  10. :) on January 15, 2012 at 3:58 am

    Hi I’m a nail tech n had that same issues when I 1st started using shellac and so what I realized was if I started with a pinkie, by tha time I got to thumb tha polish seems to settle away from edges and so right b4 i put the hand under light I got back n cap edges for a 2 nd time, not too thick of course, then quickly stick it under light….works for me! Hope that helps u some!

  11. :) on January 15, 2012 at 3:49 am

    Shellac is a great product so much better than regular polish, acrylic and gel nails…it isn’t harmful to ur natural nails as long as u soak it off in pure acetone instead of peeling it off. And as for those worried bout UV light being harmful…I looked it up n it said hands are likely to receive more uv light while in the car driving down the road then when getting UV nail services. I’m a nail tech and I recommend everyone try this product because its the miracle we’ve been waiting for…a Mani that lasts 2 weeks or longer! Tips… will make a difference who does it cuz not everyone will get the free edge well enough so it will start to lift and prolly won’t last as long and I use a temporary nail dehydrater then wipe nail with scrub fresh before applying shellac….I have so many more clients now that do manicures they love it and so do I!!!!

  12. kim on January 3, 2012 at 11:49 pm

    I love shellac so far its brought me many new clients. But lately i have problems with it peeling within a few days. Any suggestions on how to resolve this problem? Also many clients first few applications are great and last for the full two weeks but then they will start having peeling or bubbling. Why would this happen

  13. Stacy on December 13, 2011 at 5:33 pm

    I currently have artificial nail but I’m thinking of having them removed and using shellac. I want to know if you will be able to see drill lines under the shellac polish? Also will shellac wear for the same length of time since my are damaged from the acrylic wear.

    • Sherry on December 23, 2012 at 1:21 am

      I went for acrylic nails to shellac polish.I like it alot better, and NO u can not see the drill lines under the polish,I do the french manicure. I will never have acrylic nails again as it damages yur own nails to bad.

  14. Allison on December 11, 2011 at 11:05 pm

    Hi, I recently got a shellac manicure in “asphalt” and they look awesome! Very happy with the result so far. I was just wondering how safe it is? I was told that it does not harm your nails but I am more concerned with the chemicals and how much you inhale during the application process. I am also 9 weeks pregnant and was hoping that I made the right decision to try it. Thanks in advance for any information 🙂

  15. Emma on December 7, 2011 at 7:08 pm


    My Shellac nail varnish is getting thick in the bottle…I have read instructions that I need to keep them in a cool place without any sunlight…but what can I use to thin the nail varish so I can continue to use it? With my old normal nail varnish I would thin it down with nail varnish remover….


  16. Jo Ann on December 7, 2011 at 5:06 pm

    I had my technician switch back to simple manicures because the product caused my nails to split, they didn’t grow, and moreover, I’m concerned about the exposure of the UV light so close to my hands…they actually burn. Everyone knows that exposure to UV rays causes skin cancer. Just how how safe is this procedure and has it been approved by the appropriate regulatory health agencies?

  17. Loretta on December 7, 2011 at 12:56 am

    I need to know if Shellac contains formaldehyde resin, as I am allergic.

  18. polishpedia
    Shellac Nail Polish on November 11, 2011 at 12:33 pm


    Shellac is designed to with stand many elements and Hawaii’s temperature, salt, and sand should not do any harm to your shellac nails.

  19. Samantha on November 9, 2011 at 8:46 pm


    I absolutly love shellac! i’ve been using it for a few months now, but had a question in regards to how it lasts in warmer climates. I’m going to Hawaii early next year and was wondering if shellac lasts in the heat, sand and salt water? Thanks for any help and tips!


    • polishpedia
      Shellac Nail Polish on October 8, 2011 at 2:32 pm


      From what you have said it is evident that the nail technician was not trained to use Shellac. It is very important that the application process is followed exactly. Where are you located? We can see what trained salons are in your area.

  20. Katelyn on November 3, 2011 at 11:54 pm

    I am new to the shellac system, and i follow my printed sheet of instructions
    crazy-close, but im still having trouble with tip wear. im not doing them on clients yet, as i work in a small hair salon, but have been practicing on my boss. her hands are exposed to water a lot, and i know the beats up normal polish. however, she has no problems with chipping/flaking/peeling, only tip wear. After just 2 days of wear the tips of her nails are almost completely gone, and I’m making sure to use very thin coats and to cap the free edge with every coat. Should I maybe do 2 basecoats, an extra color coat, or just change my polishing technique? I’d appreciate the help, as I could really use the extra money shellac can bring me, and my client would be very satisfied with perfect nails for 2 weeks. Cheers!Thanks!

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CND Shellac is the original power polish to give women 14 days of flawless shine, wear, and strength.

CND Shellac was introduced to the world in early 2010 and almost overnight it became a must have salon service. With Shellac Nails women don't have to worry about chips, smudges, or cracks for 14 days!