NOTD: Revlon Nail Art Expressionist Nail Enamel 301 Night & Degas Review

I’ve had the Revlon Nail Art Expressionist Nail Enamel for a few months now but I haven’t really sat down to create a masterpiece from it.  But since it was a rainy day yesterday, I had a lot of time in my hands as I was going nowhere and everything was suspended.   I was feeling a tad more artsy today so I was able to create this crazy black and white prints on my nails.  

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For this nail art work I only need this dual ended nail enamel sitck!

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It has a skinny nail art brush on one side so you can create a masterpiece

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And the regular full brush to use on your base color polish

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So I coat all my nails with the black base color and then after it dried I started making some patterns and lines

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Here’s the complete black and white prints I placed on my nails

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I love this Revlon Nail Art Expressionist Nail Enamel Sticks !

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What you think of my NOTD?

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Aside from the Expressionist collection, Revlon  has more Nail Art stick collections available like their  Moon Candy and  Neon Collection.  How much is it?  They are  sold at Php350.00 each. I will be playing with all of them soon!

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Stay gorgeous everyone!

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