My nails have always been on the shorter side, but I've recently been able to grow them out with a lot of careful attention and the help of some great products. When I realized that they were maybe finally long enough to get this two-toned look from a thermal polish, I got so excited that I ran right to the computer and ordered a couple of Polished by KPT's absolutely gorgeous thermals.
This is Don't Be Ranunculus, a shimmery, sparkly thermal that transitions from a deep raspberry red when cold to a light, pinkish taupe when fully warm. On my medium-length nails, it generally wears as the taupe color with red tips, but I did see a lot of both colors in various environments. Application was very nice, though it's always a little tricky with thermals that become lighter when they touch your warm nails: you don't notice the mess you're making on your cuticles until the first time your hands get cold!
I also couldn't resist adding a little something to the Don't Be Ranunculus base, just to keep things interesting. The flowers here were stamped from plate 06 from MoYou London's Suki Collection using a england Bridal Veil. I kind of wish now that I'd used a darker, more saturated black for the stamping, but it did match well with the base color(s)!
Thanks for looking!