I wore Color Club Enlightened Mood Polish to the office and since I rarely wear pink, everyone noticed. My coworker spent the day singing I’m A Barbie Girl to me. Which sums up this polish, very Barbie girly pink. Color Club goes from a lighter pink, a touch darker than baby pink when warm to a deeper Barbie pink when cool. The transition temperature on this one is decent and I could see some of the darker pink naturally without having to keep running my hand under cool water.
Warm state of Color Club Enlightened
Transitioning colours of Color Club Enlightened
Cold state of Color Club Englightened
Color Club Enlightened Mood Changing Polish Review & Nail Art
No formula issues with this, but just not loving it. Pinks like this are not really my thing which plays into it. But they feel very drug store colour-ish. It has a weird almost matte finish to it too which you can see if you don’t cover it completely with top coat. It looks a touch lighter and matte around the edges. More noticeable when Color Club Enlightened is warm than cold, but my tips always have plenty of top coat too so.
Color Club Mood Polish in Enlightened stamped with Hit The Bottle On The Loose with Chartreuse and XY-Z26
Color Club Enlightened Soul: Overview
- Coats required: 2 coats of Color Club Mood Changing Polish (shown with Essie Gel Setter top coat)
- Dry time: Decent
- Wear time: good, I removed it after 36 hours but it was looking great and I am hard on my nails
- Issues: Slightly matte-chalky formula. Top coat makes it a bit darker so ensure it is covered at edges
- Transition Temperature: Decent
- Transition Colours: light pink (warm) to bright pink (cold) – almost hot pink if you get it cold enough
- Buy It: $12.95 at Trade Secrets (in store only)