Why You’re About to See This Instagram-Famous Nail Artist Everywhere
Revlon has been making nail polish for a long time. In 1932, it became the first nail-polish brand ever with the launch of a cream-colored lacquer, which was a big deal at the time since the only other polishes out there were clear and lame and sometimes even made out of the same stuff as car paint (gross). Fast-forward 84 years, and the brand has certainly evolved, branching out into cosmetics, hair tools, and even fragrance, but this week it’s going back to where it all started. To celebrate the nail line (and in a sense the brand’s heritage), today Revlon announced its first global nail stylist—Instagram-famous manicurist Chelsea King.
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