Women’s Wear Daily (WWD) writer, Emily Belfiore, included Del Sol color-changing nail polish in her article, “The 8 Best Color-Changing Nail Polishes for a Striking Manicure.” She talks about these polishes helping you achieve a salon-quality manicure. WWD is a fashion-industry publication sometimes called “the bible of fashion” and receives more than 310 million unique monthly visitors.
The 8 Best Color-changing Nail Polishes for a Striking Manicure
By Emily Belfiore
Spice up your manicure with these innovative thermal polishes from Cirque Colors, Del Sol and more.
If you’re someone who easily grows tired of a nail polish color, incorporating one of the best color-changing nail polishes will help spice up your at-home manicures without requiring much effort at all. Commonly referred to as mood-changing nail polishes due to their shifting hues, these innovative polishes are heat-sensitive and change color once they are exposed to high temperatures, whether it’s the result of your changing body temperature or the sun’s UV rays.
Perfect for all manicure skillsets and color preferences, the best color-changing nail polishes are available in a variety of formulas, finishes and shades to ensure that there is a color-shifting combination that suits everyone. Depending on the polish that you’ve chosen, it’s not uncommon for thermal nail polishes to create a gradient or ombré design, displaying both colors at the same time rather than fully transitioning between the two. Still, you’re in for a striking manicure.
Below, explore the best color-changing nail polishes that will not only embolden your nails but also create a salon-quality manicure with their long-lasting, chip-resistant and shine-boosting formulas.
Del Sol Color-Changing Nail Polish in I Lily Like You
Made with color-shifting Spectrachrome crystals, Del Sol’s Color-Changing Nail Polish in I Lily Like You applies as a classic white and transforms into an elegant French pink once it’s exposed to ultraviolet light. This polish is five-free, meaning that it isn’t formulated with toluene, dibutyl phthalate (DBP), formaldehyde, formaldehyde resin or camphor.
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