Monday, August 01, 2016

Pahlish | Hothouse Flowers

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 New Pahlish collection has launched in July, called Hothouse Flowers. These 8 new colors are really exciting, and I just love their color scheme!



GRASS OF THE DEW
Turquoise crelly (with greener or bluer undertone depending on the light) with purple microflakes.
3 thin coats + topcoat. 



 BALLON FLOWER
Lavender crelly with gunmetal mikroflakes.
3 normal coats (+ topcoat), but it was still a tiny bit streaky.



AFRICAN MOON
Gorgeous soft orchid pink crelly with blue microflakes.
I has a much better formula than the 2 previous ones, I applied 3 thin coats and it was perfect! 



RUM RUNNER HIBISCUS
Blue toned purple (almost like a bright indigo blue) jelly base with blue shimmer flakes, and green-gold-bronze-red UCC flakes.
3 thin coats + topcoat. 



 MOTH ORCHID
It's a warm, red toned berry color with holo microflakes, blue shimmer flakes, bronze flakes and UCC flakes.
3 thin coats + topcoat.



 FLAME OF THE FOREST
It's a burnt orange jelly base with holo microflakes, UCC flakes and irredescent shimmer flakes.
2 normal coats + topcoat.



 BLOOD LILY
It's a crazy, blinding neon red (with coral undertones) containing gold and pink/blue shimmer flakes.
Amazing formula, I used 2 normal coats (without a white base), but don't overwork it! 



BROMELIAD
It's a bright pink crelly base with irredescent glitters, UCC flakes and blue shimmer flakes.
Nice formula, I used 2 normal coats + topcoat. It dries semi-matte. 


I must say I'm really obsessed with this collection! Amazing and interesting colors/finishes with super formula!
You can find these at the Pahlish website, they ship internationally!


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3 comments:

  1. I went to this Florist Delivery and asked for yellow flowers. She opened the store glass windows, took out some yellow roses, a yellow calla lily, and some other yellow, pink and green flowers. She then gently arranged them together and revealed an artful, beautiful, and unique bouquet in front of me.

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