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Monday, 28 January 2013

piCture pOlish O'Hara

O'Hara from piCture pOlish - for the Scarlett in all of you! 

O'Hara is a recent release from piCture pOlish as one of their newest Opulence Shades.  It's one BLAZING HOT RED crelly (a hybrid of cream and jelly), with scattered holographic particles.  It does not have any glitter and therefore smooth to touch and a breeze to remove.  If you love bright red shades, O'Hara is not to be missed! 

I have two coats of O'Hara and Seche Vite top coat. 





I purchased O'Hara from Harlow & Co..  You can also check this page from piCture pOlish for international stockists! 

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    1. Thanks! I am not a huge fan of reds, but this one is just so beautiful!

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  2. This is really pretty! I'm not a huge fan of red polishes either but this one is nice and bright and perfect for spring/summer!

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  3. Oh wow, that is absolutely stunning. I love reds with a twist!

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  4. Wow! So pretty! I am totally in love with this shade :) xx

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  5. It is definitely a unique red, i don't usually wear red but the flecks in this are stunning!

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  6. I love how vivid this is! It's really, really pretty.

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  7. NEED! Such a beautiful red. I usually prefer darker reds to bright ones, but I think I've got to have this one!

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  8. Hi Vicky, so so beautiful on you!!! And YAY so glad I got that one too, I want to wear it within the week ;-)!!!

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  9. OH!
    I've wanted for a long time VHTF Essie Bonded. And this seems to be similar to it! But even more amazing) Wow, I need this polish!

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  10. Wow!!! This is a lovely color. I super love the color for I find it elegant and classy. Wearing this nail color will def make you look sexy. Perfect for Valentine.

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  11. I don't usually go for reds, but this is just so, so gorgeous! Fabulous shade, and the shimmer is flat-out dazzling.

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  12. Looks very similar to glitter gal red sparkle. How does it compare?

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