Beauty

Two Steps to Great Fall Nails

When fall arrives, I always think of plum and purple shades. But at the same time, I try to keep the pinks from summer around as long as I can. This fall nail polish look incorporates both types of colors and it does so in two quick steps with really neat Revlon nail polishes that you can get at Walmart.

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NP3-pRevlon Colorstay Longwear Gel Envy Nail Polish is designed for super long and chip-free wear, without the need to be cured under a UV light. The polish comes in a bunch of great shades and is applied without a base coat. Instead, the polish is labeled as a colored base. It goes on opaque, so one coat is all you really need for complete and shiny coverage. The polish is very affordable too! Surprisingly so considering the quality of it. So, step one is simple. Grab your favorite shade and apply it!

For step two, apply the special Revlon Colorstay Gel Envy Top Coat. This top coat cures in natural light, leaving you with a shiny finish that lasts longer than a standard polish. I am super hard on my nails and I get two to three times the wear with Revlon Gel Envy than I do with a regular polish. Be sure to run a bead along the top of your nails to prevent chips, especially if you type on a computer a lot like I do!

Since I like to bring in fall with purples yet also like to keep a bit of summer pinks still in play, I did my nails in a combination of Hold Em, a pretty purple shade, and Royal Flush, a bright pink with a hint of metallic to it. Doing one nail a separate color from the rest gives a fun and trendy look to your nails. It looks youthful, yet is still appropriate for older fingers such as mine. I consider it an all ages look.

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With a selection of Revlon Colorstay Gel Envy polishes from Walmart, you can create your own fabulous fall nail looks that will last and last. Look for them in your local Walmart beauty section.

As a participant in the Totally Her program, I’ve received product samples and/or compensation for my time and efforts in creating this post.  All thoughts and opinions are my own.

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