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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 got the gold glitter polish in my recent birchbox, and as a nail polish lover I was excited to give it a try.
While the actual glitter in the polish is a nice shade and shape, the polish itself was way too thick and globby. I had a hard time putting on an even coat. It's like it was old... but I think that's just how it comes.
Also, I haven't been able to detect a "floral scent" and the whole "color changing when outdoors" aspect was 100% NOT THERE. This is a novelty polish that unfortunately doesn't deliver on it's promise.
This was not my favorite nail polish and it was way overpriced. Required multiple coats. Not a good buy, sorry1
The packaging seemed very nice, the marketing information was good, but the color that was sent to me was literally un-wearable.1
The first color it comes in is Pink, which is a really pretty pink and great for the spring and summer seasons. However, it never turned to the Red. Very disappointing to me.1
I tried multiple coats of the nail polish but it just didn't work. I'm going to try it in the summer and see if the sunlight helps or not.1
While I found that when I went in the sun that the polish color changed VERY cool, this polish was extremely difficult to remove from my nails.1
I received this in poppy and the color was entirely too bubblegum bright. Not only that, but I didn't notice any color changes when in sunlight.1
I got Kitten Heels and it didn't actually change color. Not sure if it's just not sunny enough out. The pink color is bright, which I love for Spring/Summer. I'm not a fan of the look though - it's between matte and shiny, so it comes off as dull shine.1
I found that one coat of this nail polish didn't leave an even sprinkling of sparkles - it was more an inconsistent mess between the star sparkle and the small dot sparkles. It was also really hard to remove the polish. But, it did change colors in the sun, which was cool!1
The concept of color changing glitter nail polish is really fun, but not appropriate for a woman in her middle 30's or older.1