Ohm Beads Lake Hillier and Hazy Stripes Review

Today Beadsaholic brings a review of Ohm Beads Lake Hillier and Hazy Stripes.

Today I’m reviewing Ohm Beads Lake Hillier and Hazy Stripes which are two beautiful glass beads from Ohm Beads. If you love pink, then you will truly love both these beads.

Ohm Beads Lake Hillier is limited-edition and part of the Australian collection. The Ohm Beads Australian collection represents unique destinations around Australia. Lake Hillier is a six hundred-meter pink lake just off the pacific ocean in Australia, it is considered phenomenon as to why the lake is pink though it is thought to have something to do with the Dunaliella salina microalgae. For more information about Lake Hillier, Australia click here.

Ohm Beads Hazy Stripes is simply a stunning bead, I love the purple you see especially from the side view and at different angles. It is the perfect addition to any collection.

Ohm Beads Lake Hillier is a beautiful deep pink with silver flecks throughout. This is one of my most worn glass beads from Ohm and it matches the Hazy Stripes nicely. This bead measures approximately 15.01 mm high x 9.21 mm wide and is limited to only three hundred and thirty-three (333) pieces. Lake Hillier retails for $45 and is available at Ohm Beads Australia <click here>.

Ohm Beads Hazy Stripes is such a cool bead with an ambery core, deep pink ribbon and the glass has a purple sheen that can be seen at different angles. I must say I truly love this bead! It’s perfect with Lake Hillier and if you bought the Orchid Rain I think you will find this bead a nice match. This bead measures approximately 14.70 mm high x 9.12 mm wide. Hazy Stripes is part of the regular collection and retails for $50 and is available at Ohm Beads Thailand <click here>.

Here is a video look at Ohm Beads Lake Hillier and Hazy Stripes.

I have worn Lake Hillier and Hazy Stripes a good bit on the Ohm Beads Dirty Twisted Bangle with different silvers. Below with Ohmstalgia, Mended Heart, Woodstock and Tedora Daisy Stoppers.

By the baby pool I was splashing around with Ohm Beads Hawaiian Ukulele Girl, Hazy Stripes, Bucket List, Lake Hillier and Mankini on an Ohm Beads Dirty Twisted Bangle.

Sunset by the lake again with Ohm Beads Ohmstalgia, Mended Heart, Lake Hillier, Hazy Stripes and Spiritbeads Burst of Fuchsia on an Ohm Beads Dirty Twisted bangle.

Here I went with a simple design Ohm Beads Woodstock, Hazy Stripes, Lake Hillier, Tedora Daisy Stoppers on an Ohm Beads Dirty Twisted Bangle.

This has been one of my most worn compositions. It’s fun and perfect for summer days.

Here I decided to mix up brands and went with True Beads True Bridges, Elfbeads Bohemian, Blush Summer Blossoms, Sweet Starlight Fractal, Starlight, Ohm Beads Hazy Stripes, Lake Hillier, Woodstock and Tedora Daisy Stoppers on an Ohm Beads Dirty Twisted Bangle.

In this composition I have incorporated most of the Ohm Beads Australian Collection. Starting right of the Ohm Beads Octopus-y lock – Ohm Beads Dreamtime, Iris, Great Barrier Reef, Willy the Wombat, Lake Hillier, Roses, Pacific Life, Butterflies, Twelve Apostles, Cherry Blossoms, Hazy Stripes, Henri the Hedgehog, Lily Pad, Lotus, Coober Pedy on an Ohm Beads Chunky Bracelet.

Here are a few up-close photos of this bracelet.

Wrist Shots!

Overall, I love both beads and think they will fit in nicely in any pink bead collection. Perfect for anytime you need a little pink in your life!

If you would like to shop for these beads I have included links to both Ohm Beads Australia Lake Hillier and Ohm Beads Thailand Hazy Stripes.

As always, I enjoy hearing from you all and would love to know your thoughts on these two beautiful beads? Do you have them in your collection or on your wish-list? Leave me a comment below ❤

XO,

Paula

 

 

 

 

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