I recently tried npw’s colour changing nail polish but I also bought this confetti polish at the same time. I found it in Sainsbury’s for £7. It’s basically like easy polka dot nail art, you just paint your nails like normal and then apply the confetti polish with a sponge. The first thing I noticed is how heavy the bottle is, it looks like plastic but it’s actually ceramic.
The polish is made of small rainbow pastel circles mixed in with clear top coat nail polish, the brush is a thin striping brush. For some reason, it’s only suitable for people ages 14+ which I just don’t get why. I’d love to hear your theories in the comments!
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Christmas gift sets are already making it to the supermarket shelves at Sainsbury’s and among them, I found this set of 2 colour changing nail polishes by npw. The set cost £6, I also picked up the unicorn sparkles confetti nail polish which I’m looking forward to trying out next time I do my nails.
The orange 2 yellow polish was quite disappointing as the shift isn’t very obvious and it takes 3 to 4 coats before the colour is solid. The purple 2 pink polish looks stunning though, If you run it under the hot tap it will turn pink and under the cold tap it will turn purple. If you have long nails the polish should turn pink from your body heat but stay purple on the tips like mine. It’s a beautiful effect that can look a little like a french tip or an ombre. Luckily the purple 2 pink polish applies perfectly in 1 to 2 coats. It’s a pity the bottle is only 8ml because it could look good in a water marble but I wouldn’t want to waste the polish
If you want to see a video of my nails changing colour under the water, you should head to my Instagram page.