Hare Polish

‘Let Them Eat…What?’ by Hare Polish

Hi all! I’ve been gone for a couple of very full weeks, but I am back now with a new polish to show you – ‘Let Them Eat…What?’ by Hare Polish.

‘Let Them Eat…What?’ is from Hare Polish’s most recent collection, The Last Queen Of France. There’s a lot of pretty polishes in this collection, but for some reason when I saw ‘Let Them Eat…What?’ it struck me on some weird emotional level. I think I must have had a stuffed animal resembling the colors of this polish when I was really little or something – the soft base combined with the pink and bright pop of orange stirs up this random nostalgia in me. And, uh, aside from that it’s just a cute polish.

I was shocked by how easily this polish applied considering what a glitter bomb it is. None of the glitter dragged – I usually have to dab a bit or push glitter with the brush to get it to settle perfectly, but this went on easy from the go. Awesome work on Hare Polish’s part!

Hare Polish has been one of my favorite brands since I first started getting into indies, and remains a favorite of mine today. It’s very cool to see how her products have continued to improve and grow with each collection; based off of my experience with ‘Let Them Eat…What?,’ I have a feeling The Last Queen Of France may be her best collection to date.

Her polishes can be found at her etsy shop, but they often sell out fast. I would recommend check out Llarowe – in addition to her new collection, Llarowe also carries polishes from her previous collections as well. They often sell out there as well, but you can sign up for email notifications so if there’s one you want you’ll know when it comes back in!

Advertisements

Hare Polish – Holiday Hoopla

Supa dupa Holiday Hoopla!

I’d been eyeing Hare Polish’s stuff for a while and when I saw on her facebook that she was releasing two limited colors on her etsy shop I could resist no longer. So I bought Holiday Hoopla and it arrived insanely quickly – within a couple of days, woot woot!

Anyways, since then I’ve used it several times and I LOVE it. I don’t think I’ve used any other polish in my stash as much as this one. The application is very smooth, especially for a varying-in-size sort of polish, and the subtle pink glitters and varying sizes give it a unique pizzazz. My one complaint would be that after several uses, the polish has become slightly more gloopy – but it’s still mostly easy to apply.

But swatches, right? Right. That’s what nail blogs do.

So here is Holiday Hoopla over China Glaze Fast Track:

And here it is over over OPI Don’t Talk Bach To Me. With my mini Nerf Gun, suckahs.

It definitely has a holiday-esque feel to it, but I could see it translating over well to New Year’s parties, Valentine’s Day, maybe even 4th of July. Who am I kidding, I’ll rock this any time of the year.

Her etsy shop is currently sold out, but you can still find Holiday Hoopla (among other Hare Polishes as well) over at Llarowe, where it’s $11 a bottle.

 

UPDATE – shortly after writing this review, Nikole (maker of Hare Polish) let me know that if I ever find the polish getting a little too thick, I just need to add some polish thinner and it should fix it. Awesome customer service and communication!