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Thursday, December 13, 2012

Hare - King of Carat Flowers

I've got a quick post for you tonight featuring a very pretty polish: Hare Polish's King of Carat Flowers. This is from a recent collection, and consists of a milky white/grey base positively loaded with massive amounts of gold and pale purple glitter in different sizes and shapes. The formula on this was super thick, and challenging to apply. Next time I wear it, I'll probably thin it out with Seche Restore. That said, the end result was quite worth it! This reminds me of granite. Very striking, and I love these colours together!




What do you think of Hare's King of Carat Flowers? I'm curious about the name- does anyone have an idea as to what the reference is here? Let me know in the comments!

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  1. Whoooha, that's an interesting mix of glitters, the subtle purple does the trick....

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    1. I agree- I love the lightness of this kind of purple- very delicate!

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  2. wow thats gorgeous! perfect for spring!

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    1. Very- I know I'll be pulling it out again around that time!

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  3. Gold and purple reminds me of the Lakers! I'm sure Lakers fans would love this!

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    1. You're probably right! Either way you slice it, it's a pretty combo.

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  4. That's really pretty. I'm actually surprised I like it! It would work perfectly in the springtime around Easter!

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    1. Yes! Easter! It's absolutely perfect for Easter. :D

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  5. I wish I knew what the name meant... but I got nothing. It's a really pretty glitter combo, would probably look awesome matte!

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    1. Oh, good idea! Next time I'll have to try that!

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