Can you do French manicure with Shellac?

Can you do French manicure with Shellac?

CND Shellac is the newest fad in gel manicure applications. With dozens of colors and nail art choices, you can’t go wrong! But, if your client likes to keep her nails simple, a perfect Shellac French manicure is easy and safe for her nails!

Is CND Shellac the same as gel polish?

A gel manicure and a Shellac manicure are essentially the same thing: long-lasting polishes cured under UV lamps. The difference is that “gel nails” or “manicure” is the generic term for nails done under a UV lamp, while Shellac is a brand of gel nails by the company Creative Nail Design (CND).

How long does a shellac French manicure last?

Your shellac nails should remain shiny and chip-free for 14 to 21 days if you take care of them responsibly.

How to do a shellac French Nail polish?

How To Do a Shellac French Manicure. After the base coat is cured apply a layer of sheer pink coat on the nail and nail edge. After applied cure the nails for 2 minutes. Apply a second layer of sheer pink coat and cure for 2 minutes. Now use the shellac cream puff color to create the white tip. As easy as two shellac strokes.

How to remove Shellac from nails with CND?

Wrap each finger with a CND Shellac Remover Wrap Saturate the cotton pad on the Shellac Remover Wrap with pure acetone. Place wrap under the finger with the edge of the cotton pad underneath the free edge of the nail Fold the cotton pad over the top of the nail.

What should I do before getting a shellac manicure?

If you have brittle or thin nails to begin with, you might want to take some steps to improve your nail health before trying shellac (or any gel manicure), as getting a shellac can cause further damage if the manicure is applied to already damaged nails. Apply cuticle oil twice a day and use a good hand moisturizer regularly.

How to do a French Ombre manicure with CND?

Apply your semi-sheer nude or pink to the tip of the sponge, and then add a stripe of white just below it. Gently tap this sponge with the two shades onto the nail, moving it up and down the nail slightly to blend the area where the colors meet. The semi-sheer shade will help smooth your blend, while the white will brighten the tip.