Contrary Polish is working her thermal magic! She has created a tri color thermal for the Holy Shift group, and I have it to share with you. This is Contrary Polish Changeling!
Since this is a group custom (there are actually 2, but I only have Changeling to share) you will need to join in the fun in the Holy Shift Facebook Group to purchase it.
Let’s take a look!
Contrary Polish Changeling
Changeling is a tri thermal polish with a scattered holographic effect. It dries down to a matte naturally (which is how I left it for photos) but top coat can be used without affecting the polish shift.
Changeling changes from a very very pale green-leaning grey (warm) to a medium green-leaning grey (room temp) to a dark teal (cold).
I used 3 thin coats and no top coat for these photos. The first coat was very sheer, but it built up rather nicely.
Let’s take a closer look at all 3 stages:
Changeling Warm – My pinkie and ring finger were transitioning already. We had air conditioning on while I worked on these, so keeping it in a warm state was proving difficult. When warm it’s a very pale green leaning grey.
Changeling Room Temp – at normal room temp, you get a medium green leaning grey.
Changeling Cold – I did need the assistance of ice water to get this shot, but was rather impressed with such a deep teal.
Changeling in all 3 states. Just so you can see all 3 from cold to warm in 1 shot.
Changeling IS a Holy Shift Facebook Group Custom, so you do need to join there to purchase. There are currently 2 tri thermal shades that Carrie of Contrary Polish has created, and you can see the second one within the group as well.
Even if you can’t grab Changeling, you should still join up for future customs if you are a thermal lover (but you really should check out Changeling)
I had no application issues with Changeling at all, and it is matte naturally, but as I said you can just top coat it if you want more of a shine!
What did you think of Changeling? Will you be grabbing this?