POSTED: Tuesday, April 5, 2011 --- 3:30 a.m.
It's not nail polish, it's Nail Shellac, and it can stay on for weeks.
It's great or going on a trip, a bride to be or busy moms.
Regular nail polish can start chipping, depending on how active you are the next day.
It can be a real hassle re-applying a few times a week.
A new system, called Nail Shellac changes all that.
It can stay on for two to four weeks. It looks just like nail polish.
You need to go to a salon to have it applied. They put on a base, color, and top coat, and they cure it in UV light.
The process takes about 45 minutes and the cost is $45.
They have several colors or they can do a french manicure.
There is zero dry time, so after your appointment, you are ready to go.
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