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Orly Smolder and Flicker from the Fired Up Fall 2012 Collection


Are you a huge fan of the Hunger Games? I am most definitely. Both the books and movie was pretty decent to me. Anyway I thought Orly’s Flicker looks like the perfect shade to embrace some fire hot nails! 


Isn’t it gorgeous? This is my favourite colour out of the two that I have from Orly’s Fired Up Fall 2012 collection. For a moment I got lost in this colour which looks perfect with my medium dark skin tone. So let’s just look at Smolder and Flicker together! 


Smolder is a dark cherry red colour while Flicker is a gorgeous burnt orange colour with golden shimmer. It sparks so beautifully in reality that I couldn’t pick this up on camera! Flicker can be a one coat polish if you go with a thicker coat. I used two coats here. The only thing I couldn’t quite understand is why I got so many tiny bubbles in this polish. This was not the case with Smolder which went on so smooth. 


Sunlight
Did I mention Smolder was a dark cherry red? It’s really pretty and truly a darker vampy colour for the fall. This one I feel can also pass as a one coat polish but the beauty is at its maximum in two coats. No bubbles in this smooth talker. 



So that’s it folks! Just wanted to share these two gorgeous colours with you! So tell me, what are you favourite fall colours? Are you heading out to get any colours from this Orly Fired Up collection? Stay tuned for more gorgeous plain polishes!
Happy Fire!
XOXO
Naomi

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