Friday, November 1, 2013

Colors by Llarowe: Runt, Sparkles Are A Girl's Best Friend & Dora The Explorer

Good morning lovelies.  Halloween has past and all the creepy, spooky fiends are hiding away until next year.  I hope you survived the evening and aren't in a sugar coma.  So I'm changing it up a bit and refreshing my pallet with some lighter colors.  What I have to show you today are a trio of Colors by Llarowe and they are all gorgeous!  You can purchase Colors by Llarowe at the Llarowe website.  You can also follow Llarowe on Facebook and Instagram (llarowe).

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Here is Runt.  Runt named after one of Llarowe's cats.  It's is a gorgeous soft pink, light coral holo.  It's sheer on the first coat but built up nicely and I had full coverage with 3 layers.  The formula was really nice and it applied easily.  I really loved this color and how the holo sparkle is very golden-orange.  It's also a lovely color in the shade...pretty and demure.  I used 1 layer of topcoat. 


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This is Sparkles Are A Girl's Best Friend.  Llarowe created this as a tribute to her bestie Emily.  It's described as a "hot pink crelly holo base with purple flash and multicolored sparkle."  I love this color.  It's bright, bordering on neon territory.  I only needed 2 coats for full coverage on this one.  SAAGBF has amazing holo though it was a tad hard to capture on camera.  My camera kind of freaked out with the bright color and the holo.  The formula and application were both amazing.  I used 1 layer of topcoat.
*this color has been retired


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Lastly I have Dora The Explorer (aka Cherry Bomb).  This is made of all kinds of win.  Cherry red, jelly, holo circles!  It's gorgeous and bright and juicy.  Another polish from the collection created to represent Llarowe's cats, it's described as "a red jelly base with silver holo hexs, fire red shimmer and red circle glitter."  I only needed 2 coats for full coverage on this one.  Each brush dip brought out alot of polish, so be sure to wipe off as much excess as you can or you will get pooling.  To keep it as shiny as possible I used 1 layer of topcoat.
*this color has been retired


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*provided for my honest opinion and review
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