How My Shellac Nails Looked After Two Weeks…

CND Shellac
Photo Credit: Google Images

So two weeks ago, I had my nails done with CND Shellac in Tropix. I am happy to say that twoΒ weeks on, they’re still pretty good! Shellac is definitely worthy of a try if you haven’t had a chance to try them yet. I’ve converted my youngest sister to it as well as her friends already. πŸ™‚

Here’s the photo from my #ManicureMonday post last week:

My Shellac's Still Staying Strong
My shellac 4 days after application

Please excuse the excessive shine, I had just applied the cuticle oil around my cuticles. I actually painted these about 4 days before I posted it up – you can tell slightly as the polish has grown away a tiny bit from the cuticles.

Here is the photo of them 12 days on, almost two weeks after application:

My Shellac After Two Weeks
My shellac 12 days after application

Sorry it’s not a great image (indoor lighting + iphone = crap images) but you can see from the nails that they have grown out more and the free edge has also worn away slightly which can be typical if you are very heavy-handed like me and do a lot of things without hand protection i.e. washing up without gloves, picking or scraping objects with your nails. It’s still just as shiny as the first day of application.

The photo doesn’t do the nails much justice, I will try to upload a better photo soon! I can’t wait to take this colour off and do another colour now. I really love CND Shellac and hope I’ve made you want to try out a gel polish too! You really don’t have anything to lose and if you, like me, like to get your nails done regularly but hate the chipping/smudging/drying time then it’s time to try out the gel polishes. I can’t comment on the other brands out there like OPI’s gel polish or Gelish etc as I am very loyal to CND. AS a nail tech, I find their system really easy to use and hassle-free.

Manny | The Greenwich Mummy Signature

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