I love nail polish and I love trying new colors and new formulas. Del Sol offers something I had not tried before but was eager to – color changing nails. Yes, the future is here. Indoors, the nail polish is one fun color. But outside, Del Sol’s color change nail polish turns a dramatically different hue with exposure to sunlight. Some styles feature glitter, too. From indoors to outside, and back to indoors, Del Sol Nail Polish gets attention as it changes.
The box comes nicely and tightly packaged ( no leaks here) and I love the little gift included. I received the Nail Art Lover collection, which included a pastel blue, flecked light pink and pastel yellow.
Out of the box, I liked the flecked polish the best, but once it hits the sunlight I had a hard time picking a favorite. Please excuse my nails itself (figures I break a nail right before this!) It is the best of both worlds and they hold up surprisingly well. It has been over a week and no chips. I did use a base and top coat, which I was worried would affect the color, but it didn’t.
Del Sol Nails subscription box is only $19.99/month plus free shipping. Choose the package that fits your lifestyle. Each box comes with an exclusive new nail polish, one of our best-selling nail polishes, and a customized third nail product based on the package you choose.
As a special offer Del Sol is offering a discount on your first polish so you can try it before committing to a subscription and would make a great stocking stuffer:
Coupon Code: ColorChange6781
Discount: 30% Off
Expiration Date: 12/31/15
Check them out Del Sol today!
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