How to Colorblock Your Nails (the Easy Way) for Fall

Colorblocking has been one of my favorite trends. It’s super easy to wear…even on your nails. Using Revlon Colorstay Gel Envy Longwear Nail Enamel ($4.47-$4.97 at Walmart) and round hole reinforcement labels (you know, those stickers you put around paper holes?), I’ll show you how to colorblock your nails for the fall.



Step 1: Buff and prep your nails with a clear base coat.  

Step 2: Apply Revlon Colorstay Gel Envy Longwear Nail Enamel in Wild Card or your lighter color to entire nail(s).

Tip: Be patient! Make sure this color coat is completely dry before applying round reinforcement labels. 


Step 3: Apply one reinforcement label per nail, exposing the desired amount of cuticle to pop the Revlon Wild Card blue. Once in place, the label will work as a barrier for the darker shade you choose to use. I am using a black tone to deepen the look for fall.

Step 4:  Paint the tip of your nails to the label with your darker color.  

Step 5: Wait for your nails to dry.


Step 6: Slowly remove labels.  


Step 7: Top with two coats of quick-drying top coat.

Voila! Colorblock nails in sassy fall shades. Depending on your level of creativity, you can create any design you want using multiple colors.  


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