- Goes on like polish.
- Long lasting wear like gel.
- Come off clean in minutes.
- Fast and easy application.
- Salon quality nails in no time!
Another Great CND Shellac color…
Great color, like a red wine- burgundy color almost looks raisin in certain light. Amazing fall color! Just be certain you have the CND base and top coats and the curing lamp, and you’re good to go!
Nice solid color
This color stands up nicely just by itself…I tried layering iced coral over it and didn’t like the effect at all. I do my own shellac nails at home and this polish lasts almost 2 weeks before showing any wear.
I love this polish!
I love this CND Shellac Power Polish! It stays on for 2 weeks and stays shiny. This Tinted Love color is very in style this fall season. It looks great on my nails!
As always CND shellac is a great quality and this color is beautiful! Looks a little bit brighter than on the picture but still very elegant and modern. Usually I don’t wear the same color multiple weeks in a row, but this one I’ve already had for 4 weeks and putting it on again now. Love it.
This is a sophisticated color. Very nice red. It can be a little bright in the sunlight, and very deep indoors. It’s not clownish red or old lady red either, it’s gorgeous. After 3 coats it definitely matches the color on the bottle.
New CNS Color
Tinted Love is a little thinner than some of my other CND polishes. I’ve read that comment on other colors and thought that couldn’t be true, but it is. Use two coats, a coat of Millionaire over the top is candy apple awesome.
Great color for Fall
I have a bunch of Shellac pinks and reds, but wanted something a little different for Fall – this was just this right fit.Its a really different shade of red, like a good bottlee of red wine, a deep claret hue! With one coat it does look far lighter than the bottle, like a deep fushia almost but with two coats, you get a deep dark claret red that is so perfect for the fall and winter season, and frankly, a little different to all the other red varieties out there.To get the perfect look I start with a super thin base coat from Shellac, two minutes to cure, two coats of Tinted Love – it really needs both to develop into the color you see in the bottle, each for a trwo minute cure, then a generous swipe of the Shellac top coat for three minutes!I think this is fast becoming my favorite Shellac color; I think it will work for many skin tones, against my plae skin it is very striking and bold, and a perfect pop of color for the Fall!