I was calling her a chunky white confetti, but nooooo. She is a chunky, coral-white, thermochromic confetti. My mind is blown.
I painted on "Warm It Up" last night, and it went on as a coral confetti. I thought this was strange because when I used it before, she went on as a white confetti. I even referred to her in the last blog post as a creamy-colored chunky glitter. But she is far more than that.
Orly in "Warm It Up" after Semi Hot Water
I woke this morning with white confetti even though it was coral after my shower. So, I reviewed my previous blog posts and found she was creamy when paired with "Everything's Peachy" and stark white when coupled with "Summer Fling."
Me: Google, what's going on here? Google: Bae be Thermochromic. Me: That means what? Google: Temperature changes color. Me: Ahhhhhh MOOD. I like her vibe even more.
Two Thin Coats of Orly "Warm It Up"
Skip the Top Coat
This is one of those few colors where I would recommend avoiding a top coat. My previous two times using a top coat with this color hid her many talents away. "Warm It Up" is so much more fun without the top coat. Ditch it.
Sidebar: I also painted two thin coats of "Warm It Up" on my right hand (last image shown). This provides a glimpse of how you could dial up or tone down the activity by using fewer and/or thinner coats of polish.
What do you think about the many faces of Orly's "Warm It Up?"