Shellac is a gel nail polish based on bio-gel. It looks like nail polish, but it is gel, as it needs drying in a UV lamp. This coating is very hard-wearing, because it is long-lasting, does not chip, flake or crack.
Shellac does not flake and lasts for two weeks which makes it suitable both for manicure and pedicure. Shellac pedicure lasts for up to 4-5 weeks.
Shellac coating is odorless, so it does not cause any discomfort either to a client or to a specialist. In addition, the product is completely hypoallergenic, as indicated by «3 free» marking. Also, unlike nail polish it contains no toluene, dibutyl phthalate, formaldehyde and its resins.
Shellac is easy to apply: it is used not like gel in a jar, but rather like polish in a bottle. It dries like gel in ultraviolet lamp for two minutes, which excludes its sliding off when drying.
Shellac AdvantagesThe main Shellac advantage is that it is easy to apply; it lasts for a long time and can be easily removed.
Another advantage of Shellac is no need to injure own nail plate during filing to which ladies get so used while building-up gel and acrylic nails.
Shellac does not include any harmful chemicals negatively affecting human health. That is why Shellac manicure will not cause any allergy or skin irritation.
Shellac range of colours is vast, so one can easily create a complete image with its help. You can easily pick Shellac matching to any outfit - whether it's a classic suit or an extravagant combination of non-standard wardrobe items. Shellac coating can be applied both to hands and feet creating perfect manicure and pedicure.
Shellac dries fast. This helps to save time and avoid sloppy lines, like those that can occur because of long-drying polish.
Shellac Manicure looks natural like polish coating, without any heaviness typical for nails building-up and their strengthening by gel.