Sinful Colors Transforming Top Coat 2294 Redrum, 1 coat and no top coat
Sinful Colors Transforming Top Coat 2295 Purpunk, 2 coats and no top coat
Sinful Colors Transforming Top Coat 2296 Punk the Town, 2 coats and no top coat
Sinful Colors Transforming Top Coat 2336 Rebel Rebel, 2 coats and no top coat [This one was the only one that had a watery formula.]
Sinful Colors Transforming Top Coat 2337 Concrete Jungle, 2 coats and no top coat
Femme Fatale Cosmetics Jasmine
Oh boy, this is going to be one helluva post so let’s jump right in! I’m going to link other nail art with these Sinful Colors Transforming Top Coats with each polish. After swatches, I have nail art with all 5 and Femme Fatale Cosmetics Jasmine (a clear-ish green to darker turquoise thermal). As you can see in the photos, the Transforming Top Coats don’t really work on their own, they dry kind of funny.
Punk the Town, 2 coats [Geode Nail Art with Lemming Lacquer, Sinful Colors, and L.A. Colors]
Rebel, Rebel, 2 coats [Spotted Watermarble nail art with CrowsToes Nail Color and Sinful Colors]
Concrete Jungle, 2 coats [Spotted marbled nail art with Sinful Colors and Tonic Polish]
Okay, now onto nail art! I think this one of my most favorite manicures I’ve done in a long time.
I used the same technique I used that was used in my Geode Nail Art Tutorial for this nail art, except for one thing. I alternated a transforming top coat (TTC) with Jasmine. So the order went: TTC, Jasmine, TTC, Jasmine, TTC, Jasmine, TTC, Jasmine, TTC.
I think using Jasmine in between each TTC really gave it that extra shimmer and really helped see the different colors.
Ready to see the thermal changes??
Above is in its warm state.
And in its cold state. Doesn’t it look so cool??
Thanks for sticking with me through this long post. Let me know your thoughts!