revlon colorstay gel envy


revlon colorstay gel envy

we’re all looking to save a little cash this time of year and i know that when i’m evaluating my own budget, regular gel manicures are the first thing to go. this is especially disappointing because i love nothing more than a gel mani around the holidays, but i am terrible at doing my own nails. beyond that, i am yet to find the at-home alternative that truly lives up to salon quality – until now.

revlon colorstay gel envy is the biggest surprise of the winter season! for nearly a quarter of the cost of a salon gel manicure, i can get shiny and long-lasting nails in minutes. the brush makes it incredibly easy to get two even coats and the color goes on really smooth without streaking.

since the right color can last for a week’s worth of festivities, i’m opting for high roller, a beautiful eggplant. it goes with everything from my favorite flannel shirt to a chic little black dress, and its dark sophistication really flatters my fair skin.

i can’t get over how much revlon has impressed me with these polishes. they make doing my own nails such a cinch that i may continue to skip the salon chair!

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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4 Comments to revlon colorstay gel envy

  1. Melissa says:

    My nails are in a constant state of disrepair because I had to give up the gel manicures. Thanks for the update on this. Maybe I won’t have to hide my hands th is winter!

    • lara ramos says:

      hooray! i love when posts are timely in solving reader dilemmas. i think you will LOVE this polish – let me know if you give it a try.

  2. Benita Cervantes says:

    I am so sad to say that I can no longer support your blog. Walmart is a corporation that is doing irreparable harm to our society and I can not support them, or those who work for them. I will miss reading your work.

    • lara ramos says:

      i will miss having you in glossarie’land, but i absolutely understand your need to stick by your convictions. wishing you all good things! xo, lara

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