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StrangeBeautiful Yeats Poem Lapis & Oeil De Perdrix

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Yeats Poem Lapis & Oeil De Perdrix is part of StrangeBeautiful’s exclusive configuration for Anthropologie. Jane Schub, a former illustrator and StrangeBeautiful’s creator, cites her inspiration for the colors rather than giving each polish a name. Her polishes are sold in pairs (both connectors and cubes) and eight bottle volumes. Anthropologie’s StrangeBeautiful pairs retail for $18.

Oeil De Perdrix

This polish is a lovely dark rose color inspired by Oeil De Perdrix (a Swiss rosé wine).

StrangeBeautiful Oeil De Perdrix

StrangeBeautiful Oeil De Perdrix in artificial light

StrangeBeautiful Oeil De Perdrix

StrangeBeautiful Oeil De Perdrix in sunlight

StrangeBeautiful Oeil De Perdrix

StrangeBeautiful Oeil De Perdrix with a California rosé

Application was excellent. This is one of those polishes that glides right on! Two coats and a top coat shown.

Lapis

Lapis is a medium blue crème inspired by Yeat’s poem Lapis Lazuli. This color is strongly pignmented, and was actually almost opaque in one coat.

StrangeBeautiful Lapis

StrangeBeautiful Lapis in artificial light

StrangeBeautiful Lapis

StrangeBeautiful Lapis in sunlight

Application was very good. Two coats and a top coat shown.

StrangeBeautiful Lapis & Oeil De Perdrix

StrangeBeautiful Lapis & Oeil De Perdrix

I loved both of these on! It seemed that the odd connector bottle might make application more difficult, but I did not find that to be the case. It was a bit challenging to hold for pictures though!

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