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Can't decide between two nail polish hues? The pros at Ruby Wing have come up with a solution to the ultimate polish conundrum: color-changing polish. Wear one vibrant shade indoors, and embrace a totally different color when the sun's UV rays hit your nails, thanks to the brand's SolarActive® Technology. Each Ruby Wing polish is non-toxic, vegan, and environmentally safe—plus has a light floral scent
I like the idea of the color changing shades, but I got this in Kitten Heel, and I really do not like red nail polish. The color just didn't really work for me.2
I like the concept but red and gold are sooooo not my colors and the sparkle is VERY hard to take off my nails. Not impressed!2
I like the color, but I don't think the quality of the polish is all that great compared to other brands out there.2
I love how think this goes on my nails only need two coats and they are gold! After a day off wear they flake off in an entire piece.2
This nail polish is good for going out, but I like something a little more subtle.2
I received this last month but the solid not the glitter and I love it. So I was totally excited when I got yhe gold glitter. I tried it loved how it looked. It did not really change color in the sun and the color chipped so bad the next day. I didnt need nail polish remover since I could pick ot off only a day after applying2
Just seems like a normal glitter polish. Nothing special from what I could see.2
I felt like this would be a good polish for young girls, but I could not wear this to a professional job. I wish I would have gotten the pink shade and not the glitter. However, I would be likely to wear it at the beach.2
I saw that OPI was going out in February boxes and I was so excited because that's my favorite nail brand, practically the only one I use. Instead,I got this. Bright pink, color changing nail polish. What am I, twelve? Even the packaging I'd young and cheap looking... the logo was half scraped off by the time I opened my box. I tried it regardless and it went on okay, didn't chip quickly, and I guess I'm glad it's vegan (?) But the color was so obnoxiously bright and pink. Didn't change color outside and didn't have a fragrance like the description above claims. I'll be removing it before work on Monday.2
I was very eager to try this polish as soon as I saw it in my Birchbox. While I loved the vivid pink of "Kitten Heels," I did not notice it change color at all in the sunlight.--to my dismay it also started chipping earlier than most of my other polishes.2