Saturday, 4 January 2014

More Stamping Over Colour Changing Polish

I loved my last combination of temperature sensitive polish plus stamping so much, that I decided to do it again. This is another Ferity polish, Unbreakable, and the MoYou London snowflake plate again.



Unbreakable is considerably thicker than the other Ferity polishes I've tried. This was only two coats. However, the colour change is far less prominent than the other ones I've tried. 



When cold, this is a really nice deep midnight blue, and fully opaque. 



When hot, it's a paler, brighter blue, that also becomes more sheer. However, I found it had to be very hot to have this colour, and my hands are mostly showing the darker colour. I haven't really got the noticeable gradient or coloured tip effect I've had with the other shades. 



I stamped using MoYou London Festive plate 02 and Barry M silver foil. I love that there are so many snowflakes on this plate of all different sizes and patterns. 



I'm pretty pleased with how this came out!



What do you think?

4 comments:

  1. It's blue and it has stamped things on it. What do you THINK I think? ;) Shame about subtlety of colour change but still looks good as a flat blue.

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  2. Lovely! The dark blue almost makes it look like velvet.

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