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Northern Lights color changing nail polish purple to teal thermal vegan holographic



Northern Lights color changing nail polish purple to teal thermal vegan holographic
As long as I can remember I've been in love with the aurora borealis. When I was a kid I had a VHS tape of a nova special about it that I would just watch over and over again. I was so enamored by it. Most of the lights appear as purple and green whisps in the sky. I've never seen them in person, but I definitely plan to in my life time!! This polish reminds me of those lights. I've added some holographic sparkle to this polish as well so that you can also light up the day with these nails!

I love thermal polish! When cold this polish is a gorgeous purple. When warm it turns a very nice teal. Do keep in mind that all thermal changes can differ a bit with any polish depending on all sorts of factor including but not limited to temperature, climate, weather, number of layers used etc.

This polish will be shipped in 11mL or 15mL bottles. It's time consuming and expensive for me to make so it costs just a bit more than my normal polishes. You can see these bottles vs the 15mL ones in the photos above. Please keep in mind that all thermal pigment breaks down over time. This polish has a shelf life of 6 months to one year. It could last longer, some bottles definitely have. For longevity I recommend keeping your Northern Lights someplace not prone to temperature and light/darkness fluctuations. The best way to use Northern Lights is often! Paint those nails!! :D Please keep this in mind when choosing your bottle size.

This polish is Vegan!

This polish applies best in 2-3 thin layers with a generous layer of a glossy top coat.

Nail Polish Ingredients; Ingredients: Butyl Acetate, Ethyl Acetate, Nitrocellulose , Acetyl Tributyl Citrate,
Isobutyl Acetate, Isopropyl Alcohol, Adipic Acid / Neopentyl Glycol / Trimellitic Anhydride Copolymer, Silica, Styrene / Acrylates Copolymer, N-Butyl Alcohol,
Benzophenone-1, thermal dust, spectraflair