CND Shellac Tundra (UV / LED Polish)

Tundra (UV / LED Polish) by CND Shellac

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Polish Name: Tundra (UV / LED Polish)

Description: Tundra is a pink/purple shimmer.

Size: 0.25 fl. oz. / 7.3 mL

Brand: CND Shellac

Collection: CND Shellac Aurora Collection (Holiday 2015)

This product contains no toluene, DBP or added formaldehyde.

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 color.

    Posted by Diane on 12th Apr 2018

    CND shellac is the best. 123

  • 4
    A bit light

    Posted by Veronica on 26th Oct 2016

    I don't mind, but I thought this colour would be a bit darker. Next time I'll add an extra coat. No biggy :) Still love it! 123

  • 3
    Comes on a it streaky

    Posted by Unknown on 14th Apr 2016

    Paints on a bit streaky but I have had the same problem with other "frosted" pale polishes before. 123

  • 3
    Colour not as depicted when applied as on bottle

    Posted by Monique Kempers-Soucy on 24th Sep 2015

    Beautiful colour on the outside of bottle, but when applied, does not look at all the same. Mir is much lighter and too frosted even with multiple coats. Too bad. 123