I told myself that I never needed to purchase thermal polish given I could franken up pretty much any ones I wanted using the thermal colour changing pigments I showed more than year ago. But of course mixing something yourself takes precious time that I have very little spare, so when I received a voucher to spend at Femme Fatale Cosmetics, I picked up a range of polishes that I wouldn't normally have purchased. Yippee, this meant I was able to try new indie brands too. This polish falls into that category.
Polished by KPT - Kelvin Blue changes between a silvery pale blue (warm) to a periwinkle blue (cold) jelly. There is also a fine scattered holo finish.
I didn't bother with any hand dunking in water action to show the colour changes, as you can easily google of other swatches of those, instead I just left the polish alone to show how it looked on me in it's natural state.
As you can see, there is a light colour change on the tips of my nails, but also that different fingers of mine were different temperatures. My pinky was rather cold and my thumb was very warm.
I did some double stamping inspired by a similar look by Bettina's Nails. I used Emily de Molly stamping plate EDM03 and stamped with black using the geometric design and then stamped in white using the circle design.
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