I wore the blue-tiful and Peyton tried out the bad to the bone. My only complaint about the blue-tiful is that it took several coats to have a nice full coverage. I mean like 3-4 coats so that meant taking a little more time that I would have liked to do my nails. The bad to the bone needs to be applied in a well lit area because you need to make sure you get a nice even coating of the whole nail. It’s not the flecks that change color its the polish the flecks are in that change color. So if you don’t have it all over your nail, it’s practically clear when not exposed to light, you won’t have a purple hue on your nail when you go outside.
I would say the polishes lasted about 5-7 days before I felt they needed to be changed. They did
change colors within a few minutes of being outside. I thought that was really neat and so did my daughter. My blue-tiful didn’t get as pinkish as I was hoping for but I could definitely see it had changed from it’s original color. I could really tell the difference in the bad to the bone polish. Peyton’s finger nails changed dramatically when she went outside. And that’s how I could tell I needed to do a better job at applying the nail polish.
This is a fun line of nail polishes. If you live in a sunny climate these would be a blast. I’m stuck in a dreary winter location with questionable sun light and even my polish changed color. However, I bet there would be a more dramatic transformation if it was summer.
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