Hey everyone! Today I have one of my favorite thermal polishes to share with you. I like wearing thermal polishes in the winter and when my nails are a little bit longer. I get a funky french look as my body temperature is much warmer than the air around me and if you have some free edge to your nail the funky french is almost always present. You may not get the same effect in a thermal polish if you wear it when it’s warm outside as the air temperature is the same or more than your body temperature so then you have to force the change with water and the look will not stay. Also if you don’t have any free edge to your nail, you may not be happy as you won’t really see any change either.
Dance Legend Termo Shine 180 is a temperature changing polish. In it’s cold state it is pure black with gold and silver hex glitter in a few different sizes. When it gets warm it is a taupey gray base. This has an excellent formula but it is stinky. If you are sensitive to smells, you may want to pass on this one. It dries smooth so only one coat of topcoat is needed. I used 2 coats plus topcoat for the photos.
Dance Legend Termo Shine 180, 2 coats plus topcoat.
Most of the pictures were taken by a sunny window.
I forced this all cold look with water…
Here it is all warm…
Here is what it looks like most of the time indoors…
Macros of the three looks…
Well, there we have it!
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The polish in this post is from my own collection and was purchased by me.
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