NOTD – March 25, 2014

Here is my nail of the day, featuring my very first polish from Hare polish.

2 coats of Hare Polish in “Pegasus” over 1 coat of Sally Hansen Xtreme Wear in “Lacey Lilac”.


Great application, no need to fish for glitter, and a beautiful result!  I’ll definitely be adding to my Hare Polish collection, in the future.  Until next time, don’t forget to ‘treat yo’ self’ to a mani!

Products in this post were purchased with personal funds.



  1. April 1, 2014 / 4:35 am

    Your first Hare Polish!!!!! 😀 Isn't it amazing?!? Pegasus looks BEAUTIFUL on you!!!!! Not to mention, your paint job is perfect! 😀
    I am 99% sure I'd have to say Hare is my favorite indie brand. Oh dear, but then there's A-England. Crud!! Okay, it's a tie! 😛 Seriously, get as many Hares as you can – they're beautiful and for being glitter-filled polishes, they have amazing formulas and the glitters lay smooth, which is a must-have for me. 🙂

    • April 1, 2014 / 4:37 am

      Ah, perfect paint job? I've been working really hard on making a clean application, someone actually noticed! I'm pretty excited about this 😛 Thanks so much, Emily!

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