LeChat Perfect Match Moods – Trissie & Island Wonder
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Trissie shifts from a medium purple when warm, to a medium blue shade when cold. The blue color is a bit periwinkle-ish, and I really like it. This polish seemed to be very sensitive to warm and cold and shifted quite a bit and had some really great transitions.
Island Wonder shifts from a minty green when warm, to a dusty purple when cold. I had a hard time getting a good transition picture of this polish – it didn’t want to shift back and forth as much, and was often a bit muddy looking (pretty purple mud of course). I’ve actually been wearing this color for a few days and it’s usually purple, but it’s winter and I’m a freeze baby so that’s not surprising. I really like the minty shade and wonder if it would be mostly that color if the temperatures were warmer. If you look really closely this color also looks a tiny bit grainy when it’s purple. My camera actually captured this in most of the pictures too.
And here is a picture of the freehand nail art doodles that I painted over Island Wonder. I recently picked up some Presto nail art gel pots which are supposed to be great for freehand art because they’re super thick and don’t spread/level like regular gel polish. This was my first time trying it since I thought some art would look cool over the mood polish. I plan to practice some more and will be sure to post about the art gels at a later date.