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Opallac Poured In Pink – Gel Polish Swatch

Poured in Pink is a light pink to berry thermal polish from @opallacgelpolish‘s Colour Change collection. Check out that crisp transition line. It’s very reactive this one!

I’ve been enjoying thermals quite a bit lately with the change in weather, especially after swatching Bettie Pain’s LDR collection 😊 You saw this polish sneak peek in the base of a nail art mani a couple of weeks ago, seen here.

It’s light pink when warmed and turns an almost reddish darker berry when cooled, as you’ll see in the thermal transition video to come (I’m running behind with all videos ATM). More photos will be added here too when I’ve caught up!  Here’s another shot though.

The thermal transition video is below!



Name: Poured In Pink  – available here , and online or in-store at select Priceline (AU) stores
Brand: Opallac
Collection: Colour Change Collection
Colour (or family): Pink
Type & Finish: ‎Crème
Size: 7.5ml / 0.25oz

Formula & Application notes:
Smooth and glossy this was 2 coats. A thinner and then a slightly more generous one. It’s opaque but I like to avoid any chance of VNL in photos and bright lights needed to take them. Shake it well and you’re good to go.

I love that this one is very sensitive and reactive. At even the slightest hint of temperature difference it was changing quite quickly. Which you will see at the end of the video posted.

The Verdict:
As already mentioned: this polish is a lighter pink when warmed up, and quickly turns to an almost reddish darker berry – strawberry even – when cooled, as you’ll see in the thermal transition video demo. Thermals are fun when you don’t just want to wear one colour, and I tend to wear them most during the change of seasons because there are more moments for colour change. In Summer I find they stay ‘hot’ all the time, for instance.

If you are a pink freak, then this will be right up your alley. I think it’s a mostly Work Place Friendly shade, meaning for most places that allow colour, and is more interesting given you get a combo of colours.

Dupes/Similar Lacquers:
Not in my stash. I’ve seen similar shade transitions with additives though (flakies etc) in regular polish.

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