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How To Apply Revlon Nail Art Duo’s Collection

Revlon is a brand that is renowned for bringing amazing new products to the high street, all while being affordable.

Hot off the catwalk for 2013 is nail art – everything from Neon, to patterns and even glitter. Thanks to Revlon you can recreate these looks at home.

We were lucky enough to get some of these sent of the new Revlon Nail Art Duo’s and here are the results;-

The above is the Neon nail art duo – this one is in colour ‘High Voltage’. You start by applying 1-2 coats of the white colour and allow to dry completely. Once this step is complete, apply 1-2 coats of the colour, which transforms it into a bold neon colour, as you can see below!

So as you can see from above, the colour is intense and beautifully Neon, just like you see in all the latest magazines and runways.  There are 10 different shades to collect in total.

Up next is the Revlon Expressionist Nail Art Duo;-

As you can see above, I applied the blue colour with two even coats and allowed this to dry fully before heading onto the pink colour. This duo is called ‘Pop Art’. Once the base was dry, I drew two thin lines of pink down the nail to make a pinstriped effect. This was really simple to do thanks to the fine brush included. Again, there are currently 10 different duo’s available.

Last, but by no means least, is the Moon Candy Revlon Nail Art Duo.

As you can see above, I applied the block colour in two even coats, and then when this was dry, I applied some glitter to the tips. I filled any sparse parts, and all in all i was really impressed with the effect the Moon Candy had on my nails. The duo above is called Moon Dust.

The Revlon Nail Art Duo’s are bang on trend and make at home nail art simple and affordable.

To buy any of these nail art duo’s, head on over to www.revlon.com

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