Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Hare Polish The Coin Operation Zoltar Speaks And Test Your Love


Hello dears!  I hope you're having a super Humpday!  Today's post features Hare Polishes most recently released fall collection based on carnival games of yesteryear, called The Coin Operation.  The common underlying trait that the four jelly based polishes in this collection share are flakes in gold and tonal shades.  I have a severe weakness for flakes, and I couldn't resist getting all four.

The first I have for you is a stunning deep peacock teal jelly with gold and blue flakes.  Application was easy with no clumping or streaking, and I used three coats in these pics.  There's still a little translucency, so a base color could be warranted if you don't like VNL.  This is finished with topcoat.  The flakes in this reflect light in a lovely way with the gold being the most prevalent.

Hare Polish Zoltar Speaks
Hare Polish Zoltar Speaks

Hare Polish Zoltar Speaks
Hare Polish Zoltar Speaks

Hare Polish Zoltar Speaks
Hare Polish Zoltar Speaks

Hare Polish Zoltar Speaks
Hare Polish Zoltar Speaks

Hare Polish Zoltar Speaks
Hare Polish Zoltar Speaks

Hare Polish Zoltar Speaks
Hare Polish Zoltar Speaks
Next I have for you is Test Your Love, a dark pink jelly with gold and pink flakes.  Formula was similar to Zoltar Speaks and I used three coats here finished with topcoat.  The shade of this reminds me of Hare's previous reds, like Atolla and A Positive, except with flakes instead of glitter.  I love how the translucency of the jelly really allows the flakes to shine.

Hare Polish Test Your Love
Hare Polish Test Your Love

Hare Polish Test Your Love
Hare Polish Test Your Love

Hare Polish Test Your Love
Hare Polish Test Your Love

Hare Polish Test Your Love
Hare Polish Test Your Love

Hare Polish Test Your Love
Hare Polish Test Your Love

Hare Polish Test Your Love
Hare Polish Test Your Love
 To add a little more visible interest to this mani, I added a stroke of China Glaze Liquid Leather along the side of each nail to contrast against the pink.

Hare Polish Test Your Love
Hare Polish Test Your Love
Hare Polish Test Your Love
Hare Polish Test Your Love

Hare Polish Test Your Love
Hare Polish Test Your Love
For some reason, the movie Grease comes to mind.  T-birds and the Pink Ladies.  I always loved the pink jackets with the inner black lining, and this totally reminds me of it.

Halloween is coming closer, which means I need to start cooking up some Halloween themed manis!  Are you going to be doing anything special with your nails for this spooky holiday?

3 comments:

  1. These are so pretty! I love them both.

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  2. Great swatch, I liked both the pink and the blue. I also liked your simple yet effective nail art on the pink! :D

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