Now normally I like starting off Literary Lacquers posts with a bit of info on the book the polish was based on. Amy reads science books, and one thing she said she could read about all day is Energy and Work. Yesterday I couldn't tell you what that meant, today I still can't. I honestly tried to understand it. I even used Wikipedia, trusted encyclopedia of Universities throughout the world. It was if I was reading the words and they immediately fell out my ears. So I gave up and accepted the fact that science wasn't my thing...minus genetics when I was in school...and pig dissections.
Anyways, less about piggies and more about polish! Thermodynamics is described as a sheer cherry red jelly polish with a blue glass fleck and a touch of blue iridescent glitter. Although I would say it was more of a pinkish red. I used 4 coats due to bumping my hand and covering it up with an extra coat. But you really only need 3 if you want it pretty much opaque(there may be some visible nail line). Then I layered 2 coats over one coat of black. I'll be honest, this isn't really my type of polish, but over black ASDFGHJKL!!!!! All the particles stand out a bit more and it kind of has this duochrome-y feel to it.
With no undies
When I was done I decided to add some nail art. This is equatsion, it's where kB is the Boltzmann constant, and Ω denotes the volume of macrostate in the phase space or otherwise called thermodynamic probability...you know...that. *blinks*
If you would like a bottle of this, head on over to Literary Lacquers page. A bottle of this .5oz polish is only $10 USD.
*Product sent for honest review