Funky Fingers Color Changing Nail Polish

Here are some of my first Funky Fingers nail polishes, purchased from the store 5 Below.  These polishes claim to be one color in the shade, and change to a different color in the sunlight.  Here is the before, click through to see the after.

L-R: Funky Fingers “Surf’s Up”, “Riptide”, Pure Ice “Shell Pink” (used as a base for the accent nail).



It worked!  If you walk into the sunlight and hold out your hands, that polishes change color in about 10-15 seconds.  I can’t wait to get more colors from this brand, because I’m very pleased with the result.  Until next time, don’t forget to ‘treat yo’ self’ to a mani!


1 Comment

  1. July 9, 2014 / 11:39 pm

    YOOO IM PRETTY IMPRESSED BY THIS. Though I might've heard about this concept a few years back

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