Thermochromic Nail Polish

custom made finger nail polish using our thermochromic pigments

Thermochromic nail polish

I use many of the PWP products, the flakes, chameleons, and the thermals.  I mix them with lacquer base for nail polish and have generated polishes that have sold world wide.  My first use was of the metallic flake, which, in this size of glitter at the time, was difficult to come by in this tiny size (.004).  I created the Hot Rod Collection of Hot Rod Red, Starfire, Gremlin, Barracuda, and Blue Lightning. (others came along later: Glass Slippers, Look To The Rainbow, Pinch Proof, Violet Explosion, Fall in New England and New Beginnings to name a few)

I’ve also used the Chameleon pigments is polishes such as Sun Kissed in San Tropez

And the thermals for example Kiss Me I’m Irish and Rebel Alliance

I’ll attach and forward images in the order they are listed since I have tons :)

The first through will be the Hot Rod Collection, an textured polish.

Carolyn A.

We at Paint With Pearl appreciate all of our customers who take the time to send us pictures and feedback on all of our products. Our DIY Paint Colors, Metal Flakes, True Chameleon pigments, Thermochromics, Glow In The Darks and all other paint pigments are truly custom paints and can be used in almost any application. There are so many options with our products! Photos, Videos and testimonials are a great way to show off the capabilities of our additives. If you find the opportunity, send us some great pics and a small testimonial about what you did with our products and we will send you a gift card for the website. We love to show off the work that our wonderful customers are doing. Contact us and send us your work!

All of our products work with car paint and are key to a great custom paint job.  Our full line can be used as epoxy pigment on tables and in resin applications. Pearl paint pigments and Candy Paint pigments are very versatile and easy to use in any clear paint application.  Give them a try!

Shop with us…the leader in paint and Pearl Pigments Since 2005


Posted on

July 10, 2015

Paint Pearls