- Over 40 Years of Superior Quality.
- Shape, file, smooth & shine your nails.
- Two filing surfaces shape and finish nails.
- Coarse, black file is best for shaping nails. Fine, white file is best for finishing nails and smoothing out any rough edges.
- Removes stains and ridges.
- Creates a smooth nail surface.
- Gives nails a natural, high-gloss shine without polish.
Precision Crafted Hand Inspected Quality
Revlon Implements meet exacting design and quality specifications. They are made of the finest materials and are fully inspected to assure exceptional performance.
- Start with dry nails to help prevent nails from peeling.
- File nails at a 45° angle against underside of nail edge to help maintain a strong nail tip.
- Always start at the side of the nail and file toward the middle. Do not saw back and forth.
For a squared edge, file tip of nail straight across with the Black side, then round corners slightly with White side to prevent snagging.
For a natural-looking curve, file nail to match the curve of your fingerip. Filing alternately from one side, then the other, will ensure an even shape.
Buffing: Before buffing, remove any nail enamel with Revlon Nail Enamel Remover.
Step 1: Even Out. Stroke buffer back and forth across nail surface until stains and ridges are removed.
Step 2: Smooth. buff with the same back and forth motion to produce a satin smooth surface.
Step 3: Buff. Continue to buff nail surface with back and forth motion to prepare nails for final shine.
Step 4: Shine. Finish by briskly buffing back and forth to create a natural, brillant shine.
Revlon was founded in 1932, by Charles Revson and his brother Joseph, along with a chemist, Charles Lachman, who contributed the "L" in the REVLON name. Starting with a single product - a nail enamel unlike any before it - the three founders pooled their meager resources and developed a unique manufacturing process.
Today, Revlon is a global leader in cosmetics, hair color, fragrances, skin care and beauty care products. As one of the strongest consumer brand franchises in the world, Revlon’s products are sold in over 100 countries across six continents.
As a leading cosmetics brand, Revlon revitalized the industry over the years with iconic nail and lip colors and breakthrough technology like ColorStay transfer-resistant lipstick and makeup.
Revlon does not conduct animal testing and has not done so since 1989. They comprehensively test all of their products using the most technological advanced methods available ensuring they are both innovative and safe to use. The company believes that women should have the opportunity to express themselves through makeup, so the products are sold in many markets around the world and as such, are subject to local rules and regulations. Regulatory authorities in a few countries conduct independent testing in order to satisfy their own mandatory registration requirements. Revlon complies with all regulations in the countries in which their products are sold, and supports the advancement of non-animal testing alternatives and methodologies in the industry.