Indies & Undies ft. Rainbow Honey (with coupon code)

It’s that time again – Reviews-Day Tuesday!  Let’s-a-go! (Heads up, this post is PICTURE-HEAVY!)

Today, I have a bundle of mini’s from Rainbow Honey.  Straight from their facebook page, Rainbow Honey is a love for color with a penchant for sparkle! Chief
Designer Dee draws inspiration from her favorite things: video games,
cartoons, literature, robots…the list goes on! ”
is 3-free (free of Formaldehyde, Toluene, and Dibutyl Phthalate), and is vegan friendly – never tested on animals.

I just got a brand new camera, so I took a TON of pictures – however, I’m still getting used to the camera, and all the fun settings, so to eliminate any confusion, the descriptions of the polishes are straight from the Rainbow Honey website.

I was sent this adorable bundle of 5 mini polishes:

Let’s start with 2 of the top glitters from 2013:

The Kraken“The Kraken is a marine jelly with a blue and green glow filled
with glitters, shimmer, and the sea monster’s own holographic Crashing
Boom Bang!”.  The best thing about this polish?  Say it with me, folks, “NO. UNDIES. NECESSARY.” – that’s right, this jelly gives such good coverage, you don’t even need to do a coat of undies.

Macro shot.
1 coat.

2 coats.



Magic Cake
– “Turn any manicure into a neon blast with these bright glitters; word on the street is this cake will make you trip!”  Greens, blues, and pinks, oh my!  I put this glitter topper over a purple creme polish.

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1 coat.
2 coats.
Rainbow Honey’s “Magic Cake” over Pure Ice’s “Jailbait”.



Next is a not-yet-released polish.  It’s from the upcoming “Midnight Garden Spring Collection” – which is being released mid-March 2014.

PapillonA clear base, packed with iridescent glitter, silver shimmer, and pink & purple chunky glitters in hex shapes, and butterfly shapes.  How fun!  I am such a sucker for fun-shaped glitters!  I put “Papillon” over a white-to-pink gradient.

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1 coat.
2 coats.
Rainbow Honey’s “Papillon” over a gradient, using NYC’s “French White Tip”, and Sinful Colors’ “Beverly Hills”.



I saved these next 2 for last because, because they go with the upcoming holiday, Valentine’s Day.  They are 2 of the 5 polishes in the “Sweet Talk” collection, which are officially up for sale HERE.

Sweet Talk – “A decadently sweet collection of pastel glitters in a white jelly with hidden shimmer”.  This one is also “no undies necessary”.  More specifically, it has red, purple, and light blue glitters, in a white, shimmery base.

Macro shot.
1 coat.
2 coats.



– “A ravishing blend of glitters and flakes in a clear base for easy use over any manicure!“.  The micro glitter in XOXO was so shiny, that I thought putting this over gold undies would really give it that “ooh la la” factor.

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1 coat.

2 coats.
Rainbow Honey’s “XOXO” over Revlon’s “Gold Coin”.



These were all so much fun to play with!  Great colour variety, and I loved how different the packaging is, from retail brand mini bottles.  I’m used to seeing those little chubby mini-bottles like the ones at Sally’s Beauty Supply, but these ones really stand out, and they make for much more space-friendly storage.

Rainbow Honey nail polish can be found on their official website – their full size bottles retail for approx.  $10.00 per bottle, but you can also purchase multiple full sized or mini bottles from certain collections.  And for all my beautiful readers, use promo code “ILOVENAILBLOGS” to receive $5.00 off your next order (code expires March 31, 2014).

Rainbow Honey’s social media links:
Twitter – @Rainbow_Honey
Instagram – rainbowhoney
Facebook page

Products in this post were sent to me for review purposes, by the company.  All opinions are my own.


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