Cosmoprof 2011 Day 2 zArchived 8/01/11August 01, 2011 Cosmoprof 2011 Day 2I had an appointment with CND to try out their Shellac manicure, and you know me–I couldn’t commit both hands to 14-days of wear (that’s how long Shellac is supposed to wear!). I did want to try it out, though, and so I asked the lovely Kristina to do something fun and funky on the nails on my right hand. I wanted every nail to be different to maximize my time at CND, LOL! I know that when Shellac originally launched, the range of colors was rather classic/traditional, but they will launch several new shades in the fall (including the purple and teal shades I’m wearing above).So far, I loved the process of Shellac, and if it does indeed wear for a full 14-days (or longer), it’s something I would do if I was a normal (aka, not a beauty blogger) person. They do a base coat, one to two layers of color coat, and a top coat. The base coat takes 10 seconds to cure, while the color coats take two minutes. When you’re done, they’re done. Kristina said that she often has her first-time Shellac-ers pay her afterward, because she wants them to dig through their purse and see how it’s totally dry.On the pinky, I have Purple Purple; on the ring finger, I have Hotski to Tchotchke with Zillionaire layered over it (multifaceted flaky glitter); on the middle, I’m still trying to figure that out; on the index, it’s Hot Pop Pink with loose glitter put on over the color coat and sealed with two layers of top coat (totally smooth); and in the thumb, it’s Asphalt that’s been buffed to make it matte and dabs of the top coat for 3D polka dots.Better and more photos to come! Check ’em out here! 🙂 The best part about the 14-day wear is that I can take photos at home under my normal lighting conditions, haha!Have you ever had Shellac done?