I have a new to me indie on the blog today! This is the CDB Lacquer’s Rainbow Thermal Summer collection with scattered holo. There are 3 different versions of this set you can get. Aside from the scattered holo version I am about to show you, there is also a regular line (no holo or glitter) and a glitter line, so you can get these hot thermals depending on your preference.
Raging Red is my favorite from this collection. This goes from a neon pink leaning red to a watermelon pink with a subtle scattered holographic. I used 2 coats and a top coat for these photos.
Below are photos from cold (red) to hot (pink)
Playful Purple is another favorite (I am a purple fiend!) and this goes from a purple to a neon violet and has a subtle scattered holo. I used 2 coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.
Below are photos from cold (purple) to hot (violet)
Bubbly Blue goes from a beautiful medium blue to a neon blue with a scattered holo. I used 3 thin coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.
Below are photos from cold (medium blue) to hot (neon blue)
Gleeful Green goes from a medium bright green to a neon lime green with a subtle scattered holo. I used 2 coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.
Below are photos from cold (medium bright green) to hot (neon lime green)
Youthful Yellow goes from a medium yellow to a neon highlighter yellow with a subtle holo. I used 3 thin coats for these photos.
Below are photos from cold (medium yellow) to hot (neon yellow)
Last up is Outgoing Orange! This goes from a vibrant medium orange to a yellow toned neon orange. I used 3 thin coats and a glossy top coat for these photos.
Below are photos from cold (medium orange) to hot (neon orange)
As I said earlier in the post, this is the scattered holo version of the Thermal Rainbow collection. If scattered holo isn’t your thing, you can also get these with glitters or regular with no holo or glitter added.
The scattered holo within each shade is subtle and doesn’t overpower the bright colors or the color shift, but still adds a slight element of sparkle to spice it up. Application wise, these applied beautifully and dried down to a semi matte (typical with bright/neon shades). I really liked that the thermal shifts still kept the polish within the same color family. I own a lot of thermals and most shift from one color family to an entirely different color family. Because these keep within the same color family from hot to cold they end up looking like a gradual and more natural gradient and it’s slightly subtle and eye catching.
Where To Buy: CDB Lacquer Shop
Release Date: May 1st, 2015
Are you a thermal fan? What did you think of this scattered holo thermal collection?