Traditionally, I will ask you: what's the difference between the polish on the left and on the right ? :)
This time it's easy to guess, because the colour change palette is drawn on the bottle cap :) Yes, yes, a thermopolish: El Corazón Kaleidoscope t-02.
Unusual is the colour transition range: from light salad green (when warm) to warm rosy mauve (when cold). We all have seen pink-to-purple and blue-to-violet thermos, but this? Oh, and the polish also has nice golden shimmer, which I adore so much :)
The colours seem to be brighter under the sun, and what I like a lot is that these shades do not make my hands look red, although they easily could.
And so the colour change begins, slightly tinting the nail tips with pink...
...and converting them into the funky french manicure :)
The polish is extremely temperature sensitive - unlike other thermos I have. That means that the colour changes immediately once a cold/hot water drop falls on your nail, although most of the time you will be observing a smooth colour gradation on your hands.
Playing with cold water...
...and warm air!
As a conclusion I'd like to say that even if it was not a thermo polish, I would still buy it and wear it with pleasure. Besides, the application was just flawless in 2 coats, it's one of those polishes that you can apply with your eyes closed.
Actually, indoors the "cold' colour looks almost nude on me! A nice rosy nude with stunning golden shimmer!
Russian brands are so good at making nice thermo polishes, and El Corazón has the whole collection of thermos, you can see them here, for example. Reminding you that El Corazón ships worldwide, and all you have to do is to visit their web-site, pick the shades and write an e-mail to place your order.*The nail polish was kindly provided by El Corazón company for my consideration. In this post I expressed my honest and unbiased opinion about the product.