Death Valley Nails - Holy Hell - Thermal
Death Valley Nails - Holy Hell - Thermal
Death Valley Nails - Holy Hell - Thermal
Death Valley Nails - Holy Hell - Thermal
Death Valley Nails - Holy Hell - Thermal
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Death Valley Nails - Holy Hell - Thermal

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Dark Blurple = Cold. Purple = Medium. Light Blue = Hot.

Thermal polish with metallic flakies. This thermal polish changes at 75.0° F.

Care: Thermal polish will actively transition for up to two years if kept in a dark and cool environment. Once the polish is not able to transition anymore the color will remain in either the hot or the cold state.

We suggest using a base coat and 2-3 coats of polish followed by a top coat.

Swatches by @ameliacarhartt @dimondsndprls.

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ABOUT 

Death Valley Nails creates products that are vegan, cruelty-free and nontoxic. Their polishes are ten-free. Ten-free means that their polish base is formulated without formaldehyde, toluene DBP, camphor, formaldehyde resin, xylene, ethyl tosylamide, parabens, phthalates, or added fragrances. All of their polishes are free of ingredients derived from animals, outside of the Bone polish which is made from otherwise un-used animal bones in support of local farms (more on it here). A complete list of ingredients can be found here.

All of their products are made by hand, by them, in small batches. They are passionate about the creation of high-quality beauty products that are responsibly made. They cycle out polishes frequently to make room for new colors and collections. 

Death Valley Nails gives a percentage of their profits to the Mojave Desert Land Trust, the Texas Parks and Wildlife Foundation and Soul Fire Farm.