Hi loves! Today I have another amazing HARE collection to show you. This is Bohemian Holiday and it was released last year, to celebrate the holidays :-). It's made up of 3 polishes: Free-Spirit Of The Season, Oh What Fun It Is To Love and Wonderland Wanderlust. Ready to take a look? We are kicking off with my favorite!
HARE Free-Spirit Of The Season is a deep green jelly with neon pink glitter in hexes and squares (I can't quit you, neon pink glitter), red hexes & squares (some are holo!) and then packed with prominent gold shimmer. This. Is. AWESOMEEE! I chose to layer this one because the base looked a bit sheer, and I wanted it to have maximum impact. My base is a careful coat of Kiko Jungle Green, a pearly forest green. It paired really nice!
Application of Free-Spirit Of The Season was super easy. The glitter isn't overpowering the base so you don't have to worry at all about clumping or placement, it spreads really nice. I LOVE how the green jelly base makes the neon pink look blueish when you put down the second layer. The red glitter stands out so well and the shimmer ♥ *dreamy sigh*.
HARE Oh What Fun It Is To Love is a brick red/pinkish crelly with gold dots, squares & hexes, plus white squares & hexes and a lovely delicate gold shimmer. I think this could be one of those work appropriate glitters if that's something you have to be careful about! Somehow this feels cozy to me. Like a good, warm sweater.
Application was fine, you have to be careful a bit with the glitter as this one's more packed, but if you let your first coat dry properly you'll be done with 2. It dries a bit bumpy so use a thicker topcoat or Gelous before your regular topcoat.
HARE Wonderland Wanderlust is a dusty blue crelly packed with gold dots, little red squares, and flakies in gold and red. Those red flakies really add some visual interest! I love the dustyness of this shade, very fitting for the season but also easy to translate to other times of the year.
Application was good, it has less tendency to clump compared to OWFIITL, and again 2 coats are enough to be done. Also use a good topcoat though less needed than with the previous polish. Removal is harsh, the foil method works best!
There they are, all 3 shades of the Bohemian Holiday collection! What do you think of them? Yay or nay? And which one's your favorite?