Thursday, August 20, 2015

Hare Polish Dreams Under a Microscope, Pilgrimage to Pebble Beach, Sea Bunny, & Inverse Universe: Swatches and Review

Provided for Review
Hey all! I have a few new Hare Polishes to share with you today. One of these was released just last night, along with a restock of older colors, in Hare Polish's shop

Hare Polish Dreams Under a Microscope 
Three coats 
Dusty sea blue jelly with white and lavender squares, charcoal, copper, white and ultra-chrome flakes and holographic shimmer
Hare releases some awesome blue shades and this is a pretty addition to that color group. Those flakes add some contrast against the base. 



Hare Polish Pilgrimage to Pebble Beach
Three coats 
Bright neon green jelly with copper and blue to purple ultra-chrome flakes
This is the latest Twin Peaks inspired polish from Hare, released last night, here is the blog post from Hare about it. I liked this one a whole lot, it's bold green color is always appreciated and the flakes pop in the green. It reminds me of another bright green, Asteroid Turf, which was an older Hare Polish. 



Hare Polish Sea Bunny
Three coats 
Ivory jelly base with black glitter, charcoal and gold flakes and holographic shimmer. 
Part of the Jackalope series, this one was inspired by the Jorunna parva, aka a sea slug affectionately called a Sea Bunny. SO CUTE. The polish itself represents the inspiration perfectly in my opinion, with it's ethereal look and black and gold accents. 




Hare Polish Inverse Universe
Three coats 
Wine jelly base with linear holographic pigment and ultra-chrome flakes
Part of the September 2015 A Box, Indied: Opposites Attract that will be exclusively available through Llarowe on August 26th. 
If you will recall from my post yesterday of Crows Toes Happy Shiny People, the theme is brands creating polishes that are not typical of to their line, so this is the first linear holo from Hare. Don't expect this to be a crazy super linear holo flame, as it has a number of other ingredients that prevent that. You will have instead a complex and richly colored polish with an added linear holo flame in direct sunlight. 



(Direct Sunlight)


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