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CND Shellac Fall Sanctuary 2013

This is how my nails look after a week. No scratches, and still looking good. But the flip side of shellac is that they can harm your nails if done regularly and if you attempt to take them off with acetone wrapped in a foil (the method commonly used to get rid of the polish at home) and unfortunately, in some salons too.
Vanity does come at a price though- in this case, one layer off your nails when shellac is removed.
But, moving on…
The folks from Shellac by CND hosted an amazingly relaxed afternoon last week at the Nawwara lounge, JW Marquis Hotel in Dubai. The afternoon was organized for a press pampering session, to show them the new colors and designs by the said brand.
The color that I chose is called Tinted Love and I am told that, that was the most popular color of the day. That almost every lovely lady that walked into the lounge to get their nails done, got that color. No surprise there as ‘pomegranate’ is the flavor of the season!
Tinted Love - the color

Tinted Love – the color; extreme right

Check out the colors and ‘additives / additions’ that make for FW 2013’s colors for Shellac.
The 'additives'

The ‘additives’

The additives that go over the base color to give you this

The additives that go over the base color to give you this

CND Shellac is available at leading salons and spas in the region.

Go get those no-stress nails for a week from the weekly polish that is Shellac.
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  1. Anjali November 12, 2013

    But does it damage your nails in the long run?

    1. shwetadembla November 12, 2013

      Hi Anjali!

      I am sooo glad that you stopped by DIAF! That is a very good question. As with all cosmetics, I suppose, overuse of anything is damaging. But this one seems okay so far. Gelish really damaged my nails though.