LCN Polish Seal

Ok, so this product has had a lot of hype lately and I hope it lives up to everything it says it is! After, seeing it on the Today show and hearing that this polish seal keeps your nails from chipping for two weeks, I was on board! Going to the nail salon, getting shellac and gelish can get costly and if you look at sephora they sale no chip kits for $150. So, when I saw this LCN polish seal was only $22 my interest was sparked. All you need is the clear coat polish seal and a 60w light bulb in your home. Yep, supposedly you apply the polish seal and hold your fingers under a 60w light bulb for 3 minutes each and your polish will not chip for two weeks. I guess I will know soon enough since I just ordered mine! Seeing is believing. 🙂
Below was an insert from LCN website about their product …
The perfect protection for every nail polish! Polish Seal is a UV curing top coat that can be easily removed with LCN’s acetone free removers. Polish Seal provides the nail polish with long-lasting protection and a high-gloss and scratch resistant surface. Suitable for both natural and artificial nails. Polish Seal hardens in just 3 minutes in a UV lamp or under a minimum 60 watt light bulb!



Filed under Beauty tips & tricks, Fun Nails

6 responses to “LCN Polish Seal

  1. Jeni Johnson

    It’s such a stealth looking bottle too! Hope it stays true to its word!

    • Hi Melissa 🙂 No, I didn’t but it’s on my list of purchases and I hope to have it ordered it in the next week. It’s $22 so its not overly expensive its true to its word. Think of all the money you will save vs. paying for shelac and gellish 🙂

  2. Dulceangel24

    Have you tried the product? Is it worth it? Does it work?

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