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Contest of the Week – Revlon Nail Products

Did you know that Revlon actually started as a nailpolish company? This week, we are giving away our favorite shade of Revlon Top Speed Enamel, Jelly, and Revlon Expert Shapers!  To enter, just comment below with a fact about Revlon’s history.

One winner per week, winner will be chosen by 8/3/2011 and notified by email 8/10/2011. U.S. residents

10 Responses to:

“Contest of the Week – Revlon Nail Products”

  1. teresa harvey says:

    Revlon was founded in 1932

  2. admin says:

    Cynthia: please reply to the email you were sent. Which contest did you win? For the contest of the month you can email winner@freebeautyevents.com or for the contest of the week info@freebeautyevents.com

  3. Amber Skalka says:

    Revlon comes out with new season shades bi-annually to keep up with the season and introduces these new colors to keep up with the current fashions/trends. These shades breakouts occur in both their nail enamel and lipcolors.

  4. colleen b says:

    Revlon was founded in 1932 by Charles Revson and his brother Joseph.

  5. Amber Saxby says:

    In 1973, the affordable fragrance Charlie became the best-selling fragrance worldwide

  6. sally says:

    Revlon is a corporate sponsor of several charity projects such as the Revlon Run Walk, a run and walk event held in New York and Los Angeles to raise money and awareness for breast and ovarian cancer.

  7. Lisa says:

    I love nail polish but it is getting so expensive. I would love to try this brand.

  8. Janice says:

    I love nail polish it makes your look much better

  9. chandra says:

    Lauren Hutton signed the first-ever exclusive cosmetics contract with Revlon’s Ultima line in 1973. love the products.

  10. Michelle G says:

    In 1962, Revlon debuted in Japan. Instead of using Japanese models, Revlon decided to use US advertising and models. Japanese woman loved the American Look, this in turn caused the sales for 1962 to come to $164 million dollars.

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