Colorblocking has been one of my favorite trends. It’s super easy to wear…even on your nails. Using Revlon Colorstay Gel Envy Longwear Nail Enamel ($4.47-$4.97 at Walmart) and round hole reinforcement labels (you know, those stickers you put around paper holes?), I’ll show you how to colorblock your nails for the fall.
- Revlon Colorstay Gel Envy Longwear Nail Enamel ($4.47-$4.97 at Walmart) in two colors (one lighter, one darker) of your choice
- Clear base coat
- Clear top coat
- Round hole reinforcement labels
Step 1: Buff and prep your nails with a clear base coat.
Step 2: Apply Revlon Colorstay Gel Envy Longwear Nail Enamel in Wild Card or your lighter color to entire nail(s).
Tip: Be patient! Make sure this color coat is completely dry before applying round reinforcement labels.
Step 3: Apply one reinforcement label per nail, exposing the desired amount of cuticle to pop the Revlon Wild Card blue. Once in place, the label will work as a barrier for the darker shade you choose to use. I am using a black tone to deepen the look for fall.
Step 4: Paint the tip of your nails to the label with your darker color.
Step 5: Wait for your nails to dry.
Step 6: Slowly remove labels.
Step 7: Top with two coats of quick-drying top coat.
Voila! Colorblock nails in sassy fall shades. Depending on your level of creativity, you can create any design you want using multiple colors.
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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