Glitter Princess is the first of the color changing polishes. I needed three coats for the opacity below. When warm, this polish has a white base. I love the mix of colors in this, the formula is great, and frankly the color change is just a nice bonus! I would love Glitter Princess even if it just looked like this all the time!
When cold, Glitter Princess' white base turns a pretty soft pink. Please excuse the bit of water on my hands here, I had to dunk my nails in ice water to make them cold!
Ice Queen is the second of the color changers. This polish begins with a whitish-blue base when warm and it has a multitude of icy blue flecks in it. I used three coats for this swatch.
When cold, the polish base is supposed to get more blue. I could distinguish a little bit of a change but not as much as I was able to see in Glitter Princess. Maybe my hands weren't warm enough to begin with? Still though, quite pretty.
Frolicking is from the newest collection from 365 Days of Color: La Boheme. This one doesn't change colors but is freakin' adorable! This springy mint green base is studded with magenta circles, tan, brown, and pink squares, and just a touch of shimmer. I used three coats, again. So springy and cute, right?
What do you guys think of these polishes? Which ones are you swooning over?
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