Revlon’s ColorStay nail enamel is the newest product to hit their collection. With its new fortified formula providing shatter proof colour and a gel-like shine, you will not be disappointed with its results. Thicker than most other nail enamels on the market, this product feels like you have had shellac professionally applied to your nails.

With 24 fashion forward shades to choose from, you are sure to find a colour that will be suitable for you. Ranging from Stiletto black to Cafe Pink, all colours are available to view on Revlon’s website.

Learning a bit more about the product I was curious to try ColorStay and see whether it does meet its promises.

I am pleased to say that I am extremely impressed with the product and it has met all my expectations. Not only does it apply smoothly and streak free, it feels like shellac has been applied to my nails. Having weak nails, its is difficult to find a product that will make them feel stronger and give my nails a professional finish.

Once applied correctly, ColorStay guarantees 11 days of shatter proof colour. To ensure a shatter proof result and gel like finish, it is vital to use Revlon’s ColorStay base coat and top coat. Applying two coats of your desired

colour will also help provide you with maximum results. The thick brushes also help give your nails a professional finish helping them become smooth and streak free.


The initial purchase of your top coat, base coat and nail colour of your choice may be more expensive than a trip to the nail salon, however once you have the basics it is much cheaper than your fortnightly salon visits. Retailing at $16.95 ColorStay can be purchased at many tails stores including Priceline, Myer, David Jones or online.

ColorStay is one product that should be on your Christmas wish list this year or a great stocking filler for family or friends!


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Simone Pucci

Simone is a freelance journalist who has had writing experience in a variety of areas including sport, fashion, bridal and education. In 2011, Simone completed a Bachelor of Arts in Media and Communications and warranted by her love of writing she completed a freelance journalism course with the Morris Journalism Academy. Whilst spending much of her time writing, one of her biggest achievements so far was making the national final of Miss Italia Australia in 2010.

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