Revel Nail, a company specializing in nail dip powders, has increased their inclusivity with twelve original nude shades now available to salon professionals.
Revel Nail is entering 2021 with twelve new nudes to provide nail salon professionals a wider range of shades to match all clients. The brand intends to continue expanding inclusivity with a nude shade for every complexion.
“Inclusivity is very important to us, and it’s one of our key priorities for 2021,” said Phon Malone, co-founder. “We’re continuously inventing new shades to make sure every skin tone can find a color to compliment. We want to ensure salon professionals have the shades to satisfy each and every one of their clients.”
Increasing inclusivity for professionals is a priority for Revel Nail in 2021. With over 300 Revel Nail shades available, professionals now have a variety of dip powders they can offer their clients to meet all needs.
“We’re happy to have increased our inclusivity, and we have so much more up our sleeve to make sure every skin tone is represented at Revel Nail,” said Reed Sutton, co-founder. “We’re confident our rise in nude shades will be a valuable tool for salon professionals, and we have much more planned for the upcoming year. 2021 is going to be a very exciting year.”
Revel Nail has also enhanced their Bare With Me Four Color Starter Kit. Now, shoppers can customize their kit to contain four nudes of their choice.
About Revel Nail:
Headquartered in Blackwood, NJ, Revel Nail developed their dip powder as a safe and healthy alternative to traditional acrylic and gel nail polish. Revel Nail Dip Powder is applied in about half the time and leaves your nails feeling strong and looking beautiful. Additionally, Revel Nail Dip Powder is low-odor, non-toxic, and does not require a UV light to cure, saving your hands from possible skin damage. With over 300 colors to choose from, you’ll have no trouble finding the perfect shade for you. To learn more, visit www.revelnail.com.
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Originally posted on NAILS Magazine