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How long does a Shellac Nail Polish Bottle Last?

Shellac Nail Polish is a high priced professional salon product. The technology is cutting edge and there is nothing else out there like it. With patent pending technology you can bring your clients manicures that really last for 14 days.

How long does each Shellac Nail Polish Bottles Last?

*These numbers are averages and are not exact. You can however use them as a base for buying products to make sure your inventory is complete.

Bottle of Base Coat: 35 clients.
Bottle of Color Coat: 20 clients.
Bottle of Top Coat: 20 clients.

4 Responses to How long does a Shellac Nail Polish Bottle Last?

  1. Jenny Lotvedt on November 11, 2012 at 1:22 pm

    I purchased a lot of colors of CND a year an half ago. I have a few colors still left, how long do the bottles last for?

    • polishpedia
      polishpedia on November 16, 2012 at 9:07 am

      Jenny,

      A big factor in how long the bottles last are how they were stored and used. For example, if while you were using them the caps were often left unscrewed then their life expectancy decreases. Also, if they are stored in an area that receive no light then their life expectancy increases. Where did you store your bottles?

      • Heather on November 28, 2012 at 11:40 am

        Hi, I am looking for an answer to the same question! I have always kept the bottle tightly capped when not in use and stored in a dark closet when not in use as well. How long can I expect a bottle to be usable?

        • polishpedia
          polishpedia on November 28, 2012 at 3:41 pm

          Heather,

          The exact time is kind of unknown but here is what nail technicians have told us. If you keep them tightly closed and stored in a dark closet they can last up to a year and sometimes longer. Although this is the case most nail technicians cannot keep their Shellac for that long because they use it up too fast.

          Shellac is kind of like nail polish where it thickens with time, sunlight, and exposure to air.

          Our opinion would be to try to use it up within 6 – 8 months. We hope this helps! Let us know if you have any other questions.

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