Before I just in to each individual shade let me just say that all of these transitioned very easily with my finger/hand temperature. Formula for some ran a bit sheer, but nothing I'd really complain about. Application for all were great.
Up first I have Partly Cloudy. It's a frosty silver (warm) that transitions to a beautiful icy blue (cold). I really like both of these soft, subtle shades. I did find this one to be a bit sheer, I had visible nail line after 4 thin coats. But it's such an ethereal shade the sheerness actually works with it. No topcoat used.
Glistening Waterfall is a softy sparkling polish that is the palest aqua when warm and more vibrant shade of aqua when cool. So pretty! I used 3 thin coats and as you can see there is still some visible nail line there. I should have opened for a 4th coat. Again, it doesn't really bother me because when the polish changes to the darker shade it's hardly noticeable.
Ultraviolet is a glittery pale purple when warm and changes to a deep purple when cold. First off I love the silvery glitter against both shades. It's so fun! I used 4 layers and no topcoat for what you see in the pictures below.
Magic Lace is a shimmery champagne (warm) that changes to a soft peach when your hands are cold. Loving both of the colors here! The finish leans a bit frosty so you can see that there are a couple streaks. Just be sure to not overwork the polish and you should be smooth sailing!
Island Wonder is possibly one of my favorites! A lovely mint creme when warm and a lovely pastel lilac when cold. I actually threw 3 pictures in here so you can see the color of this one in mid-transition. It's a soft lavender! 3 coats used and no topcoat.
Here's Coral Caress. I have to admit that it's not really coral at all, more of a pink-berry that transitions to a more vibrant shade of berry when cold. But despite the colors shown on the cap and the ones on the nail it's a really pretty combo. I used 2 coats and no topcoat.
Ok ok, maybe this is my favorite! Twilight Skies is a hot pink creme that changes to a deep berry. This is going to be such a fun one to wear during the summer! And it was definitely my little's favorite...she requested it on her fingers and toes and was delighted every time it changed color. I used 3 layers and no topcoat.
I'm stuck on repeat but THIS is my favorite. Haha. Really though, I am totally in love with the 2 colors of Sunset Beach. Shimmery fiery-orange when warm and a dusky purple with golden shimmer when cold. Perfectly captures the colors of a sunset! 3 coats, no topcoat.
Here's Dazzling Dawn. I've been obsessed with shades of mustard lately so I had to try this one and it didn't disappoint! I feel it's a totally unique color combo though I know it won't be for everyone. the warm shade is a shimmery golden yellow that transitions to a deep olive when cold. I used 4 coats and no topcoat.