Two posts in one day? Whoo!
Chels from Pretty & Polished (my absolute favorite indie polish) sent me a few bottles to try out, and Cuttlefish was one of them, which is so great, because I wanted to try this one as soon as I saw her promo pics of it.
Cuttlefish is part of her color changing line of polishes, and when it’s warm it turns white, but cold turns it a lovely teal. Now if you look closely, you’ll notice it has glitter bits in it! Large gold hex, small green round and hex glitters along with medium blue hex and round glitters.
Now be aware that because of the color changing pigment that these are thicker than usual, so a bit of thinner and you’ll be right as rain. With that in mind, the application on this was a bit tricky, I did dab a bit to get the glitters where I wanted them, but as soon as I added a bit of thinner everything worked much better. Also, the other thing I thought was neat, was that no matter how thick a topcoat, it’ll still change colors, and boy will it change colors.
Here is a picture of the polish right after a dunk in cold water:
I wanted to show everyone how fast the color change was, so I made a quick video; never mind that I didn’t say a word in it- I have no idea what to say on camera. ^___^
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