Rainbow Honey – The Summer of 199X

Rainbow Honey presents its newest collection, Summer of 199X featuring 10 new colors inspired by the 1995 SNES hit, Earthbound.

Another video game that holds a special place in my heart! I wanted this collection to bring me back into the game, and I think each new lacquer takes me to a special moment or reminds me of a certain boss that resulted in one too many Game Over’s…Part I is made up of 5 new glitterbombs bursting with shimmer and color – they all layer to opacity but can be used over other colors as well. Part II is 3 new shimmer-dusted cremes and 2 new glitter toppers that give each creme a bold or sweet look. I am so excited to add these all to our lineup!” – Dee *sourcerainbow honey1I’m one of the lucky girls that got the opportunity to try three creations of this collection. Look at how fantastic these treasures were packed:rainbow honeyThe formula of these is pretty much the same and easy to work with. All swatches have a base- and a top coat and the pictures are taken in daylight.

First up Fire Spring, Rainbow Honey describes this as a coppery orange shimmer, is bursting with holographic glitters and the glowing embers of the last sanctuary. I couldn’t have described it better. The formula is great. I used two easy coats here. The final result appears a bit gritty but with a top coat you’ll get a shiny smooth finish. A great shade for Summer!rainbow honey fire springLumine Hall, is described as a dark indigo jelly glistening with the iridescent glitters and shimmers of your deepest thoughts. The jelly-ish formula gives this polish stunning depth. This is two easy coats:rainbow honey lumine hallAnd last but not least Tiny Ruby, a shimmering ruby jelly, is filled with holographic glitters, glistening flecks, and the rarest jewels of Dalaam. Lovely! The tiny glass flecks make this polish a true stunner! This one is more sheer than the other two. I used three thin coats here:rainbow honey tiny rubyAll of Rainbow Honey’s creations are always free of Formaldehyde, Toluene, and Dibutyl Phthalate (the “big 3”), and with ingredients that have never been tested on animals.

What do you think of these? Anything caught your eye? You might want to check out the other seven polishes at Rainbow Honey’s website.

This collection is available from today on the website of Rainbow Honey. You can purchase the whole collection for $90.00 (15 ml. full size) or $40.00 (4 ml. mini’s). Rather have one or two? You can get them for $10.00 each (15 ml. full size). Bonus: FREE Secret Polish and FREE Shipping on all orders of $50 or more during this month! (US & Canada only)

*products were generously provided to me by Rainbow Honey for my unbiased review

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