Wednesday, 9 May 2018

Danglefoot Nail Polish: Mystery Thermal Trio

Welcome back my lovelies, I hope you all had a really nice bank holiday weekend. The weather over here in the UK was for once really good, so plenty of fun times outside for Lexi and myself. For today's post I have some gorgeous thermal polishes to share with you from UK indie Danglefoot Nail Polish, read on to find out more...


The lovely Hayley recently released a trio of mystery thermals with a limited amount made, when purchasing these they were a total mystery. Just a picture of the three bottles in black and white, so I was super excited to see these beauties in person. 

Jalapeno Party

Jalapeno Party Cold

First up we have 'Jalapeno Party this is a beautiful creme polish with scattered holographic, it is a coral colour when cold and changes to a beautiful bright pastel green when warm. This took 2 coats to be fully opaque and had a really nice to work with formula. 

Jalapeno Party Warm

Candyfloss Dreams

Candyfloss Dreams Cold 

The second thermal in this set is 'Candyfloss Dreams' a beautiful jelly polish with multi-coloured micro glitters, this is a grape purple when cold and then changes to a bright pink when warm. Completely opaque in 2-3 coats and applies nicely. 

Candyfloss Dreams Warm

Cocoa Loco

Cocoa Loco Cold

The final polish from this trio is 'Cocoa Loco' this is a creme with a blue shimmer, this shifts from a taupe brown when cold to a lovely peachy pink when warm. Another 2 coater polish and lovely to apply. 

Cocoa Loco Warm

All three thermals were easy to apply with a lovely formula, this shift was instantaneous and really noticeable. I am always amazed at how great Hayley's thermals turn out, by far some of the best thermals I have tried. 

This trio is unfortunately sold out now, but there are plenty more beautiful polishes to choose from on the Danglefoot Nail Polish store. I have some really beautiful neon's to share with you this week too, so keep your eyes peeled for those. 

I would love to know your thoughts on these thermals? Let me know down in the comments. As always I hope you have enjoyed this post and I will see you back here later this week. 

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