Art deco design and endless beaches set the scene for a sophisticated getaway with the Summer 2017 Rhythm & Heat collection from CND. Escape the heat of the day under lush foliage and soak in the bright, topical hues. With exotic Caribbean destinations on every fashionista’s travel itinerary, nail designs will feature a mashup of cultural-influence, bold color and graphic prints. It’s all about sensual style and lavish indulgences.
How To Use
The CND Shellac system includes an ergonomic UV lamp that is calibrated to perfectly cure the CND Shellac system for ultimate results. Only use the CND UV Lamp with CND Shellac. When clients come in for a re-CND Shellac, CND Shellac Remover Wraps make the process quick and easy. The innovative, custom-designed wraps limit exposure to acetone by keeping it pinpointed on just the nail. Built-in adhesive tabs secure them perfectly in place every time, so there’s no muss, no fuss. Don’t damage nails by soaking, filing, or drilling to remove – use CND Shellac Remover Wraps instead for a safe and sanitary service and a positive experience for your clients.
Features and Benefits
- On like polish
- Wears like a gel
- Off in minutes
- 14-day flawless wear
The two main components of Gel nails are the Photoinitiators and the UV light.
Photoinitiators are the oligomers and the monomers. With this mixture, when put under the UV light it starts the polymerization process.
UV light is the other main component and controls how the Gel will stay on the nail and makes the Gel connect onto the nail. The UV light starts the polymerization process when the Gel is put under the UV light. The UltraViolet light also lands on the light spectrum at about 400 wavelength and in between X-ray and Infrared. Also UV lights are an electromagnetic radiation.
Shellac’s two main components are Radical initiators and Methacrylate monomers.
Radical Initiators are a substance that can produce radical reactions under mild conditions. The radical reactions, is the Shellac connecting to the natural nail, under the UV light.
Methacrylate are monomers that easily form polymers because the double bonds are very reactive. Its used on nails because it gets hard and dry fast when put under the ultraviolet light.