Monday, December 12, 2011

Blaze Kickin Coral to Crimson Red Sun-Activated Color Change Polish

Recently, I was sent 2 Blaze Solar Active Nail Lacquers to review.  My first is Kickin Coral that changes to Crimson Red in the Sun.  Indoors it is a bright coral color.  Application was very easy, I started with a white base coat to show you the true color of the polish and then layered 2 coats of polish on top.  Since this color of polish has a jelly consistency you could easily use 3 or 4 coats without it being too thick, I did this and used it alone the first time, but the sun decided to hide the rest of the day.   

Indoors

This was taken outdoors and with limited sun, the color change is very evident and beautiful.  The color it changes to is called Crimson Red.  The wear on the polish is good, I did take it off after day 2, with very little wear.


I will bring you the 2nd polish that Blaze sent for review later this week, it is such a great color for Christmas or for everyday wear.  You can follow them on Facebook at Blaze Nail Lacquer and check them out on their website at Blaze Nail Polish.  You can see that they are offering a special right now, their polishes retail from $7.95 to $12.95. 
 Don't miss their Triple Holiday Sale... 10% off ... buy 3 get base/top coat.... free shipping on order $50 and over.

4 comments :

  1. I like the color it turns into! It's such a warm a pretty color!

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  2. I love polishes that change color in the sun! So pretty!

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  3. That is so cool!
    Somehow I still have zero color changing polishes lol

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  4. Very cool!! I like how it is a jelly! :D

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