Revlon Nail Art and Braid How-To Video and Giveaway

 

We teamed up this month with our friends at Revlon to showcase a hair and nail trend this month. We present you our take on braids and nail art. I think I missed a very important life lesson as a child: properly braiding my hair. In the past year, I’ve conquered the fishtail and am trying very hard to do a French braid on myself. It’s a work in progress. But the one braid I can do practically sleeping is a traditional one. Especially when they are tiny, peek-a-boo style braids like I show you in the video above. I like to call this style something I do on day two/three hair to make the texture seem more styled.

For the nail art, this one is pretty simple thanks to Revlon Top Speed™ Nail Enamel and Revlon Nail Art Stencil.  I applied two coats of the Top Speed in Sterling, a shiny silver then placed the Nail Art Stencil sticker on my dry nail. From there, it just took one coat of Orient (a classic red) on the top. I love how easy it was, and would be interested in seeing more Revlon Nail Art Stencils in other varieties in the future. Perhaps chevron stripes?

Our friends at Revlon are once again gifting 10 Product Girl readers with a product featured in this video. This month, we’ve got a Revlon Top Speed Nail Enamel up for grabs! Leave a comment on this post by Saturday, October 27, telling us your thought on braids (tips and how-to advice welcome, please!) and we’ll pick 10 winners.*

For more braid action, click on over here to see the other Revlon bloggers take on the trend.

*Winners to U.S. residents only.

NOTE: Click on the video image above to watch on YouTube.

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. Revlon has contracted us to develop videos each month to highlight trends on InStyle.com.

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9 Responses to “Revlon Nail Art and Braid How-To Video and Giveaway”

  1. Helen G. says:

    I love the braid trend, and wish my hair was a little bit longer! It reminds me of when I was younger and all of us girls would sit around and braid each other’s hair. So fun!

  2. ggggg says:

    Braids got me through the summer I reached puberty and my hair texture changed and frizzed like nobodys business. I will always have a love for them. I am determined to conquer the fishtail braid as soon as I have some time to find a tutorial on one.

    Braiding is an art and it takes a while to master but once you do, you NEVER forget how to do it. Keep at it an you will be rewarded!

  3. kristin says:

    I love braids, i just wish i was better at making braids! my favorite is the side braid and the french braid that wraps around your head kindda! i love this video and will keep on practicing!

  4. samantha m says:

    I love braids! I have such short hair right now that I cant rock them!

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