Polished by KPT: A Dream Within A Dream

Remember my post of Mars Escapade by Polished by KPT? View it here.
Another thermal polish from the Cosmic XOdus Collection is A Dream Within A Dream:polished by kpt - a dream within a dreamSuch lovely girlie colors! I used three thin coats plus top coat here.

When you have shorter nails you can totally rock thermal polishes too! On shorter nails the main color will be the ‘warm’ color, in this case lilac. It’s so much fun to see it transform into another color when for example washing your hands or taking a shower. And the weather has a great impact on these kind of polishes too. I always struggle capturing the transition when it’s cold (or warm) because I take my photo’s outdoors. See how fast my hands get cold in the photo below:polished by kpt - a dream within a dream1I can take a million pictures of thermal polishes. It’s so much fun 😀

What do you think of thermal polishes?

Polished by KPT: Blood ad Thick as Gold

Monday again! Ugh!

Here’s a gorgeous thermal polish that brightens up the day 🙂 This is called Blood As Thick As Gold by Polished by KPT. I was drooling over this for a while until Nailluminati (former known as Gimme All The Polish) surprised me with it in our massive nail swap. Thanks so much my friend!
polished by kpt - blood as thick as gold - transitionI especially love this polish because of the obvious color difference when warm or cold. The formula is great and the application is easy. I used two coats plus top coat. I take my pictures in natural daylight which sometimes makes it difficult to capture all the colors. When my hands are cold and I’m outside it takes forever for them to get warm again. Therefore I took the pics directly after I soaked my nails in warm/cold water. The picture above shows the transition. polished by kpt - blood as thick as gold - warmAbove my nails are mostly warm and below you see how it looks when cold:polished by kpt - blood as thick as gold - coldThis is a perfect polish to wear during Fall if you ask me. I love it.

What do you think of thermal polishes?