This post is essentially nail porn as it has been a long time since I have discovered a new nail polish brand and a new nail polish store to shop from that is based in Canada! Indie polishes have come a long way from when I first started this little blog and though I pulled away from indie polishes once I started moving more into skincare, my love for them has been recently renewed while going through my stash. After reading a haul post on Renee’s blog featuring some products from Ottawa-based NailStuff, I went to the website to peruse specifically thermal polishes. Lo and behold, there were A LOT with one brand in particular making some polishes with dramatic colour changes – Cadillacquer!
Purchased by me
Made in Switzerland, these thermal polishes aren’t cheap at $19 CDN each, but I loved these shades so much that I bought SIX! I will have to be sure to use them as thermal pigments don’t last forever so eventually the transition will be progressively more subtle until non-existent. I generally keep my thermal polishes in their boxes and in a drawer to minimize their exposure to light.
Eivor is a smoky purple (cold) to bright lime green (hot) thermal polish with orange/red flakies. I have two coats shown here with top coat and was a breeze to apply. I am SO looking forward to trying the other five polishes I picked up! Yes, I may have indulged a little, but I figured that now that I am saving more and spending less on beauty, I can get some fun polishes while supporting a Canadian business!
The transition is AMAZING. I mean, wow. I have never seen anything quite like this so huge round of applause to Madeline of Cadillacquer for creating this beauty!
Wearing thermal polish is like having a mood ring because people can always tell how you are feeling and what I love about having long nails is being able to show off both colours!
If you feel like splurging on a cool nail polish give Cadillacquer a try and head on over to www.nailstuff.ca! Shipping was fast and I even had a little hand-written note inside my package! Highly recommended!
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