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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
Gold and red are a bit bright for my taste in nail polish but I tried it on my toes for a weekend and had fun with the changes throughout the day. I was skeptical but the color did change pretty well and consistently back and forth. The glitter was hard to remove but all glitter is.4
This is a really cute concept for a nail polish. It's not only glitter, it also changes color. The initial wear color is gold, when you hit the sun it turns a cute pink/red color. Like all glitter polish, this is hard take off.3
This nail polish is very trendy and fun to wear. It can be used to accent with many other colors as well. The sample is a nice size bottle.5
I know that the difference between pink and red is not all that dramatic to begin with, but the product page makes it look like it is. In real life, it's okay but not amazing.3
I'm not one for chunky glitter or jellies, but it seems like it would be fun for someone younger than I. My nails are not good enough for colors that are not opaque.3
I got Kitten Heels in my box this month, and I received Poppy several months ago. This color is a little too bright for me, although it's nice on my toes. I couldn't get it to change color when I went outside, so I've only seen the bright pink and not the red. It was easy to apply though, which is a plus.3
Awesome pigment on the pink/ruby polish! It's hard to find a hot pink this, well, HOT! I absolutely love this polish. It lasts, especially if you use a quality base and top coat. I also love the gold/copper sparkles polish... super fun alone or over a neutral polish.5
But the nail polish did chip after about a day and a half.3
I got the hit pink color and didnt change color at all like it says it should.2
Thought the color-changing idea was cool, but it didn't look the way it did in the pictures. The gold was nice inside, but outside it just looked sort of pink with gold flecks rather than actually red. For a glitter polish, it's pretty durable - stayed chip-free for longer than I expected!3