Friday, May 31, 2013

BellsKandi- Thermal Polishes! swatches/review

*Provided for review*
Hello everyone!

So today I have four polishes to show you guys from an indie brand called BellsKandi! Show some love and go check out her etsy store! These four polishes are thermals, and they are awesome!

To see more pictures of these awesome polishes, CLICK BELOW!!


1961 is a mint green crelly thermal, and will change from mint green when cold, to a milky white when warm! I absolutely love this polish! The mint green is absolutely stunning!


Above is what it looks like when cold. I used a base of white and then layered two coats of 1961 on top. Then I added topcoat.


Above is what the polish looks like when warm/hot. Below is a transition shot!



Wild Orchids is a magenta pink jelly thermal. When cold it is a beautiful magenta pink, with scattered holo glitter. When hot it disappears! This polish is so pretty!


Above is what the polish looks like when hot/warm. I am also holding a small flower cabochon ring (google is your friend) that Natalie so graciously sent me! Below is also when hot



Above is what the polish looks like when cold. Below is a transition shot. Shown is 3 coats with topcoat.


Hey Betty is a full coverage thermal that will change from a pinkish brown when cold to a pink when hot. It will also glow under blacklight!


 Above is what Hey Betty looks like when cold and below is what it looks like when hot! Show is 2 coats and 2 coats of topcoat. The glitters are a little gritty, so I decided to double up on topcoat!


I absolutely love the way this looks when it is warm/hot! It is a beautiful neon pink, and the pictures don't do it justice! Below is showing the change from hot to cold!


Last but not least, we have Dahlia! This polish is a crelly lilac purple thermal that changes from lilac when cold to milky white when hot. It can sometimes be a triple thermal on longer nails, and will change to a light blue. I think we all know that I don't have very long nails, so I didn't get to see that aspect of the polish!


Above is what Dhalia looks like when cold, and below is when hot. I used a base of white and two coats of polish, then topcoat. I could have used three because it ended up being a little streaky.



Overall, I love these polishes! I love the way all of these look! The brushes were a little curved, which wasn't too bad, but I could still work with it. All of these dried to a semi matte finish, so of course i put topcoat on for some shine. A big thanks to Natalie for letting me review her polishes!

My favorite of the bunch has to be Wild Orchids! I absolutely love that one! Which one is you favorite? Thanks for stopping by!


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