Disappearing Nail Art by The Nailasaurus

Del Sol’s sun-loving, color-changing nail polish nuances hold your attention and brighten your day. Cat-calling their stylish new look, your fingers and toes can hardly wait to be painted. Each shade of Del Sol nail polish changes from one color without sunlight to a completely different color with sunlight. It’s like two bottles of nail polish in one.

Del Sol nail polish does not contain Formaldehyde, Toluene, or Dibutyl Phthalate (DBP). That all basically means it’s safe to use (but still not safe enough to drink). No animal testing either.

You don’t have to take our word for it, though. Read this unbiased review of Del Sol’s color-changing nail polish and decide for yourself…

The Nailasaurus reviews Del Sol Nail Polish

Disappearing Nail Art: Del Sol Color Change Nail Polish

By The Nailasaurus

When I was about fourteen, a family friend brought back a few trinkets back from their tropical holiday as gifts and mine was a bottle of Del Sol colour changing nail polish that changes when it’s in sunlight. At the time, it was one of only 4 polishes that I owned and I wore it to death (but only on the weekends of course – nail polish was too scandalous for school). I’ve never known where you could buy it until I was contacted by colourchangenailpolish.com, who are Del Sol’s UK retailer, and I couldn’t wait to relive the excitement of stepping outside in to the sun to see the colour change in front of my eyes.

The sun is finally shining today providing me the perfect opportunity to get some good photographs of these Del Sol polishes and capture my disappearing nail art! It was a lot to think about when I was painting the nail art as I had to consider the colour now and the colour it would be when I went out in the sun, then decide if the combinations would work. Luckily, I think it all ties together quite nicely!

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For the chevron nails, I used Barry M Rose Hip as my base colour then applied one thin coat of Glisten & Glow HK Girl. When it was dry, I applied some Chevron Stencils and painted over it in Del Sol Pretty in Pink, then quickly removed the strips.

Indoors, Pretty in Pink is a beautiful pearly shade that shimmers ivory to a gold pink and, outside, it transforms to fuchsia. The chevron detail is only visible inside if you catch it in just the right light, and I love the contrast when I see it outside in its full glory.

Read The Nailasaurus’ entire review of Del Sol color-changing nail polish here.

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