“Hi everyone! A new post! YAY! My internet is working now, but it’s still very sporadic. I don’t know what the deal is! Luckily it’s moving very quickly when it is on!”
“Today I have a review of some of the coveted Del Sol polishes. These babies are pretty neat! They were a little hit and miss (you’ll see why in a few), but I love the idea and the ones I picked were (mostly) very nice.”
SC is a nice peachy-pink color with a purple shift (indoors). I really like it. The formula was thin though, and this is four coats. That is a major turn off. Which is too bad, because I like the color so much! Outside, it turns a light plum, with that same purple shift. It is really nice as well.
This is a hot pink shade with a slight blue shimmer to it. I, of course, love it! The formula was still thin, but I got covered in three coats with this one. Outside it is a nice purple color. The blue shift gets kind of lost, but it is still subtly there.
This is a JELLY! Inside it’s a coral jelly. I love it! I will be using it to make a jelly sammich sometime for sure! Outside it turns to a darkish pink color. Almost a magenta? I’m not sure what to call it, but it’s pretty 🙂 Since this is a jelly, it took four coats to cover as well. It could be layered over something for fewer though.
Girls Night Out
Inside, GNO is a hot pink with gold shift. Almost like China Glaze Strawberry Fields. Maybe a little brighter. Outside, it turns burgundy with the same gold shift to it. I really, really like this one! In both lights. It was also the most opaque, with only two coats needed.
Heartbreaker is a classic red glitter, with silver pieces and a sheer red base. Outdoors, the shade darkens to a burgundy color. This is three coats of prettiness!
Read the entire Del Sol color-changing nail polish review here.
Posted by the Nailaholic on February 16, 2012.
Important Notes: Products sent for review only. No monetary incentive provided for reviewing these products. All thoughts and opinions are those of the blogger. Because of the unique nature of the color-changing nail polish, there is a miniscule chance that the color change could be from an old stock thus resulting in a defective color-change outcome. Also, the nail polish, Rock Star, has been discontinued and replaced by new nail polish, Glam Rock, which can be found in Del Sol stores.