Revlon Runway Collection Nails Review 9

Wearing my Revlon Runway Collection nails, Starlet
Revlon Runway Collection Nails

I used to always get acrylic french tips regularly, but I stopped getting them for many reasons. First, my nails grow strong naturally and getting french tips did major damage to my nails by making them super thin. Then of course the cost, no explanation needed there! And finally, the manicurists themselves! The last time I got my nails done was for a wedding and the lady did a horrible job. My nail looked like a “V” (it got wider from bottom to top) and when I told her she got a little attitude and tried to fix it but she didn’t do much. I ended up going home and filed my nails (like CRAZY) myself.

It kind of reminded me of this Anjelah Johnson routine, check it out, it’s hilarious! 

Thankfully I found out about Revlon Runway Collection nails. I put on my first set last Thursday and still have them on right now. (I’m taking it off soon though since Revlon recommends you remove glue-on nails every 7-10 days to maintain strong, healthy nails.) I am very, very happy with Revlon’s Runway nails! The styles are super cute – some are glittery/sparkly, have a little “bling-bling” on them and others are a bit more simple but very stylish. The nails are also the perfect length, not too long and not too short.

Revlon Runway Collection Nails,  Stella
Style: 91097 Stella. Simple yet stylish!
Revlon Runway Collection Nails, Studio
Style: 91104 Studio

Each package comes with 24 nails in 12 different sizes to ensure a perfect fit. I had no problem finding nails that fit. These nails look ridiculously natural. I received many compliments on them and ladies were always surprised when I told them that these were glue-on nails, they really have that nail salon look.

Revlon Runway Collection Buffer, Glue, Manicure Stick

Revlon Runway Collection nails comes with a nail buffer, glue and a manicure stick. Throughout the week I washed dishes and did laundry… the glitter stayed on! I opened boxes, soda cans, etc. and my nails stayed on!

I highly recommend Revlon Runway Collection nails. It seriously makes me sad that I’m going to have to take these off (by soaking in acetone polish remover). So how much do these fine nails cost? 8 dollars! Yep, you read right! Now you do the math… (or just view the image below, they did the math for you)

I have the first 3 styles (from left to right: 91102 Starlet – the one I’m wearing in the very 1st pic up top!, 91087 Sequins, 91095 Minx), don’t know the name of the next two but I must get that black one! And I have the one on the far right (91098 Mystic).

There may be similar products out there but Revlon is a brand I trust. Not only am I getting a variety of styles for cheap, but they look great and my nails are not getting damaged in the process!

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9 thoughts on “Revlon Runway Collection Nails Review

  • Jai

    I must try this! I’ve always been a bit iffy about fake nails but seeing these on you definitely makes me want to try them. Thanks for the review!

  • AnotherMaria Post author

    Hey Jai! Girl I never thought about it til I saw some commercials, it made me curious. I’m really happy with them! So now if I have a wedding to go to or just want my nails to look good for whatever reason… I’m going to get these. Hope you like them too!

  • Naglar

    I always seem to have a hard time on deciding which nail design to use, sometimes it can take me hours to decide. I usually try changing my nail designs at least twice a month.

  • Sandy Sampsell

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  • Nancy

    I just brought the nails, they look so pretty. I know this may sound silly, but I can’t get any glue to come out from the little bottle. Please help…

  • AnotherMaria Post author

    Hi Nancy! Have you had the glue for a long time? If it has been opened or is old then its probably all dried out 🙁 Otherwise the tip only is clogged, try soaking the tip in HOT water, leave it there for a while, then try to unclog it w/a paper clip. Hope that helps, good luck!

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