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CND Debuts Vinylux

August 14, 2013

Weekly polish system eliminates the base coat.

Professional nail care brand CND is taking its lacquer innovations to the next level with Vinylux, a new weekly polish system that unites fashion and technology by providing fast-drying, week-long, chip-free wear in 62 trend-setting shades, according to the company. In 2010, CND revolutionized the nail industry with the introduction of CND Shellac.

Its latest creation is a two-part weekly polish system that includes a self-adhering Color Coat which eliminates the need for a Base Coat and an innovative new Top Coat utilizing ProLight Technology. ProLight Technology allows for increased durability with exposure to natural light.

Vinylux is available as a salon service and for individual purchase in select salons worldwide. An in-salon manicure service ranges from $20 to $35. The suggested retail price for the Weekly Polish and Weekly Top Coat is $9.90 each.
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