I'm going to start off with Crazy in Love. I have the old formula, that doesn't change colors. Sunny has corrected this. You can see in the photos on her website what it looks like when you dunk it in cold water. I will show it to you in the warm state, because I still think it is beautiful this way!
This is three, thin coats. It is packed with teal, berry and purple shreds. It is a white base when it is warm, and a coral base when it is cold. I LOVE this one, the color combo of the shreds is just so pretty!
Up next we have Ice Queen. Out of the collection, this one changes color the least. Although, I dont know if it's because the change is so light (it is supposed to be sky blue after all), or if there is so much blue micro-glitter you can't see the change as well.
This is Ice Queen warm. It took two coats to get full coverage. This is a white base when warm, and it's filled with dark blue micro shreds. I love it, it reminds me of minty gum!
Here is Ice Queen cold. Please excuse the water, there is not time to dry your hands and capture the full blast of the color. You can definitely see the change of the base to a light blue, but it is not as dramatic as the next two pretties :)
Next we have Assort-Mint. If you have been following my blog for long, you will know how much I love green polishes. So, loving this one is a no brainer ;)
This is Assort-Mint warm, so it's white. This has beautiful green, iridescent micro shreds. It's hard to capture how absolutely pretty this is in person! This is 2 coats, you could go three; but I was happy with the coverage with two.
This is Assort-Mint cold (again, please excuse the water). It turns a wonderful minty green... hence the name! This is my favorite of the collection... which shouldn't need to be said because, well, it's green haha.
Last, but certainly not least is Glitter Princess. My favorite part about this polish is the black glitter. Can't explain why, but I just like it lol.
This is three, thin coats of Glitter Princess warm. It is packed with matte glitters of all shapes and sizes in white, black, hot pink and teal.
Here she is cold. The base turns baby pink as soon as it hits cold water. This one is really fun to see hit the water. It is definitely the most changing of the collection.
I love, love, love the new color changing trend. And what I love most about this collection is the glitter. All of the color changing polishes up until the release of this one were creams.
You can buy 365 Days of Color's polishes here. They are $8.00 for full sized or $4.50 for minis. You can also follower her blog here and her Facebook here.
While you are buying one of these, you should also snag a cuticle balm for $3. Her balms are my favorite (may I suggest Zombie Punch, Cream Cheese Frosting, Pumpkin Vanilla or Blueberry Cheesecake).
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**These items were sent to me for review. I was not paid for this review. All opinions are my own and are an accurate representation of my experience with the products.**