A decent colored polish. An absolute nightmare to apply. I used four coats to reach opacity, and honestly, I can’t say it was worth it. I can totally see this as more of a layering polish than wearing it alone. It still left visible nail lines, which is a no bueno in my book. I do like the look to it, and the name, but 4 coats… really? In other news, a few months ago, I started going to the library on a more regular basis, and I realized that they have an entire DVD section! How sweet is that! I mean they don’t have everything as your local Blockbuster would, but heck, they have certain titles that will knock out my Netflix queue one DVD at a time! PLUS, you can check out a ton of them, and it’s free! Awesome. I always wondered if every library had a DVD section.
OOO super cool! My hands are always cold so the color change is not that drastic, but you can definitely see the color change with this polish. I don’t know why grey was paired with a yellowish/orange but I kind of like the drastic difference in color. Unlike the other ones in this collection. Some of the colors are too similar to tell a difference. In any case, I used two coats for this swatch, and if I remember correctly, this particular one was the easiest to apply out of all the mood polishes I own. Strange. Maybe it’s grey magic. Well, I need to get my hands on some more mood polishes, I think they’re pretty readily available at my local Claires now. Happy Thursday!
Good morning! This is a polish I’m sure many of you have seen on other blogs but heck, I’m getting around to it now. I was on a mood polish hunt for about 3 weeks before my local Claire’s had a ton of these in stock, after weeks of only having Happy/ Earthy. I think the concept of a mood changing polish is really cool, besides the fact it doesn’t really change based on your mood, but rather the temperature of your hands. I can’t say I’m head over heels in love with this. The formula was a little difficult to apply for me at least, and there was more than one finger I had to redo because the clumping was so bad. You have to apply this polish pretty quickly because the dry time is pretty rapid. I made sure to use a base coat and a top coat, and that didn’t really affect the “coolness” of the color changing. My hands are usually always cold so this polish stayed purple on me for most of the time. In theory this is such a neat concept, I still can’t believe I spent 4 bucks on this though. The bottle is really small, and you’re only getting 10mL of polish whereas you’re usually getting 15 mL with China Glaze or O.P.I. Overall, I think it’s a decent deal considering Claire’s always has buy one get one half off, so you’re technically getting 2 for 8 bucks. I recommend this for anyone who generally has “warm” hands. If your hands are always cold like mine, the color changing effect is subtle unless you take a shower or wash your hands. Application was with three coats, and wear time was pretty decent. I really liked this one more than Happy/ Earthy because it’s packed with glitter! All the other mood polishes just dry to an almost matte/ satin finish. I think I’d give this polish a rating of 4 stars/ 5. What did you think of these mood polishes?