CND Creative Play!

CND Creative Play!

May 19 • News • 886 Views • Comments Off on CND Creative Play!

CND, the company who created the cult classic Shellac manicure are back at it with their new product line called ‘CND Creative Play’. The polish doesn’t require setting under UV light and is all about not conforming to boring color and instead has created this daring polish line encouraging consumers to just go play!

There are over 80 colors in this line of nail lacquer, in 10 different finishes including satin, cream, shimmer, micro-glitter and more! CND Creative Play encourages consumers to be unique and express themselves with creative shades and combining of the different colors and textures.

This traditional three-step polish system promises smooth application with high gloss and saturated color. It has been developed for people like the Pedicure Team and their readers, i.e. those who want frequent color change and daring color combinations! The lacquer is formulated with micronised pigments, which optimise color intensity, smoothness and gloss. Amazing! And the advanced brush has nearly 400 bristles, which allows smooth and precise application. It’s also seven free, which means no nasty chemicals!

The new line is available now in select salons and for retail purchase worldwide. We have been sent the shade ‘Hottie Tomattie’ and can’t wait to try it out, so look out for an in-depth review and swatches coming in the next few weeks!

 

What do you think of the new CND Creative Play? Are there any colors that you want to try? Let us know by commenting below!

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Mette Jorgensen

Our Editor Mette is a fan of a glitter manicure, she can often be found pleading with her manicurist for just one more coat to achieve the ultimate sparkle. She's Australian so forgive her for occasionally writing in British English.

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