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HARE polish: Daddy Warlock Swatches & Review

Posted on Sep 29, 2015 in Hare Polish | 4 comments

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Hello again!  I have another single polish to share with you today!  This polish comes to us from HARE polish and is part of the A Box, Indied for October!  If you aren’t sure what A Box, Indied is, you can find more info about it over here.  This might be the last A Box, Indied offering ever (though I’m not exactly sure if that’s the case) so this may be your final chance to pick one up.

“Daddy Warlock” has warm golden scattered holographic shimmer and gold, red and copper flakes in a deep espresso jelly base or maybe it’s a black jelly base that’s warmed up with the golden accents, I can’t quite tell.  It appears more espresso colored to my eye.  Regardless, it’s stunning.  I love that this is another holo (only the second holo ever made by HARE) but of course with the HARE polish signature look with all the flakies and the fabulousness.  2 coats.

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“Daddy Warlock” will be available exclusively in the October A Box, Indied and will not be available for purchase separately.  You can purchase the October box in Llarowe’s shop now!  Make sure you follow Llarowe on Facebook for more information on this box as well as other boxes that are released in the future. And of course, follow the awesome HARE polish on Facebook and Instagram!

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4 Comments

  1. Gorgeous! I just love Hare polishes! In fact, I’m awaiting an order now.

  2. Oh no, A Box Indied is ending? Hope not! Thanks for sharing this lovely polish :)

  3. Such a pretty color

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