Revlon was found in 1932 by Charles and Joseph Revson and a chemist called Charles Lachman, who contributed to the name with the “L”. The three founders joined their resources and knowledge and developed a unique fabrication process. Revlon developed a variety of new nail polish tones using pigments instead of colourants. In 1937, Revlon started selling its products in department stores and pharmacies where it became established and made itself known.
In a few years, the enterprise became a billionaire society. As time went by, the brand continued innovating and creating new products like those specialised in strengthen the hair and preventing premature hair loss, among others.