Pretty and Polished : Thermal Color Changers

Ack! I was so excited to be working with Chels of Pretty and Polished that I promptly swatched, edited and uploaded the beautiful samples she sent me and just about forgot to publish the actual review! *facepalm* Chels, if you're reading this, blame it on my excitement over these beauties!

So, Chels sent me 5 polishes to review and I've split them into 2 posts--3 thermal color-changers (!!!!) and 2 from her core collection. This post I'll show you the thermal color-changers, which were so incredibly fun to swatch that I got a little carried away with pictures! I had absolutely no complaints with the application of any of these polishes--they all went on smoothly, with minimal fuss!

First, Vampire Strikes Back! This polish is a rich chocolate brown at normal body temperature and changes to a vibrant red in hot water! I used 2 coats and no topcoat for the swatches below. Sexy much? I think so!


Next, Summer Sorbet from her summer collection--this polish is a lovely shade of salmon/peachy pink, packed with pretty small glitters in purple, sky blue and white, at normal body temperature and changes to a pretty pastel yellow in hot water! I used 2 coats by itself, no topcoat, for the swatches below.


Finally, I have Gray Skies, my favorite of the three! This a GORGEOUS shade of periwinkle blue, full of blue and silver glitters, at normal body temperature and changes to a pretty, silvery gray shade in hot water! I used 2 coats for the swatches below. I love this one so much! As you can see below, I played for awhile with this one! LOL!

Cold water!

Hot water!


Index and ring in hot water, middle and pinky in cold water!


So there you have it! Three gorgeous thermal color-changers from the wonderful Chels at Pretty and Polished! You can find these, among other super fun thermals HERE for just $9.00 a full-size, 0.50 oz bottle!

Are you as excited about thermal color-changers as I am? Tell me in the comments below!

Until next time,

****Products were sent to me for an honest, unbiased review. All opinions are my own.****

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