BASE - A pinky purple / gold / green shifting multichrome. This one is also slightly magnetic but the effect is VERY subtle.
GLITTER - Silver holographic micro glitters.
OPAQUE - in 2 to 3 coats depending on your application.
What is the difference between this one and the original?
The multichrome pigment used is a tiny bit darker and leans a little more purple than pink.
24 Hour Glow is ike a strobe-light that changes from a pink to a pinkish red, to an orange, to a yellow, to a yellowish gold, to a bright green and even an olive green
It looks incredible in your home, in any room, under any lighting condition, even in the shower :) It looks different in all different lighting situations... indoors and outdoors!
Images by @britts_nail_polish_addiction & @vodka_and_varnish & @manicentric
£14.50a black to blue to purple multichrome with red to green UP. At first glance you can easily see the red UP over the blue base making the polish appear purple, before the polish shifts to purple as the UP shifts green
£14.50From POP Polish's first ever Thermal Slicks! Here we have 6 Degrees Of Slick. She is hard to pin down... pink? purple? Cool she is a baby blue dream. The flashes of color you can expect to see are, purple, aqua, gold and green around the edges.