New Year's Ball Nail Polish 4 Pack

Four Unique Polishes that Change Color in the Sun


Product Details

Experience Del Sol Color Change

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Product Overview & Details

  • 4 Holiday colors in each pack
  • 5-Free: No harmful toxins added
  • Never tested on animals
  • Round bottle and cap, maximizing ease of brushing
  • Easy-to-read label to see indoor and outdoor colors
  • Lifetime Color-Change Guarantee
  • Top coat OK to use
  • Colors may slightly vary due to monitor settings
  • Each bottle volume 0.34fl/10mL

  • New Year’s Ball Nail Polish 4-Pack includes the following four color-changing nail polishes to help you bring in the new year: After Party, Get Your Pink On, Glitz & Glam, and VIP.

    Long after the party’s ended, keep the vibe alive with After Party color-changing nail polish. Be the life of any party with our glittery lilac polish that changes to cranberry glitter with a touch of the sun’s rays.

    Party the night away with Get Your Pink On color-changing nail polish. This bright polish will have you dancing all night long as you electrify the dance floor. This speckled polish changes from clear with hot pink speckles to racy red in the sun.

    Have a ball with our Glitz and Glam color-changing nail polish. This glitter polish elevates your red- carpet look and has you feeling glamorous as it transitions from a blue glitter to a reddish purple color with hints of blue glitter when exposed to the sun.

    Bring some magic with a touch of sparkle to your New Year’s Party with our VIP color-changing nail polish. Shine bright with this glitter polish as it transforms from silver rainbow glitter to ruby red glitter.

    Experience Del Sol Color Change


    Much like a flower that blooms when exposed to sunlight, Del Sol's products change colors in the sun using their proprietary Spectrachrome® technology.


    Spectrachrome® molecules in the products shift to colors visible to the human eye when exposed to UV sunlight.


    Del Sol's Spectrachrome® formula for color change was developed from a concept originally researched by NASA for use in space.

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