CND Shellac Cityscape nail polish

Cityscape (UV / LED Polish) by CND Shellac

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CND Shellac is a cross between nail polish and gel. It is to be applied like regular nail polish but must be cured using a UV lamp.

Shellac lasts much longer than your regular manicure; up to 14 days without chipping or peeling. Dry time is instant, making the application process fast and ensuring your polish doesn’t smudge.

See basic application instructions below or view detailed instructions here.

Shellac Application Instructions

  • Apply Shellac UV Base Coat and cure each hand for 10 seconds under UV lamp.
  • Apply one thin coat of Shellac color polish and cure for 2 minutes.
  • Apply a second coat of color polish and cure for 2 minutes.
  • Apply Shellac UV Top Coat and cure for 2 minutes.
  • Remove the film left on top of the nail with a lint free pad soaked in 99% Isopropyl Alcohol (available at most drugstores).
Each bottle is 7.3 mL and will last about 20 applications.
This product contains no formaldehyde, Toluene or DBP

4 Reviews

  • 5
    Love this colour!

    Posted by Marie on 14th Aug 2017

    It's sophisticated enough for the office, playful enough for the summer, neutral enough that it goes with whatever you want to wear... It's my staple colour!

  • 5
    Perfect neutral, for us darker-skinned women!

    Posted by Kez on 18th Aug 2016

    I have been eyeing this colour in the salon for a while and finally ordered it. I am not disappointed. I have very tanned skin, and this colour looks great on my nails. It's not as bold as wearing white nails, which makes it ideal for work. I do usually apply three coats of CND Shellac colour, regardless of if it's a light shade, or a dark colour.

  • 5
    Cnd shellac

    Posted by Unknown on 21st Mar 2014

    cnd shellac i love it

  • 4
    Great colour!

    Posted by Unknown on 7th Nov 2013

    Really love the shade. It goes with everything and is basically a chic neutral. I applied two coats but I now think that it would be at its best with three. I find it is not as opaque as I wish. The application is A1!