Monday, July 23, 2012

Rainbow Honey 20% Cooler, Mare of the Moon - Swatches, Review, Photos

Retook some photos, so I have a couple more Rainbow Honey polishes for you!

20% Cooler, described as a "shimmery and sheer light blue base with a veritable rainbow of glitter":
Two coats on their own
L to R: One coat over Sin Cinderella, Zoya Wednesday, Maybelline Go Go Green
Two coats over Julep Claire

Mare of the Moon, described as a "deep and mysterious indigo polish with a violet color shift and a sprinkling of silver moon crescents and holographic glitters":

For a more in depth review on Rainbow Honey, check out my previous entry here.

20% Cooler is easily one of the neatest glitters I own! One of my RH favorites so far, along with A Little Kindness. Its light blue shimmer base makes it lovely on its own and it's equally gorgeous layered over creamy robin's egg blues. The glitter is plentiful and spreads evenly. Mare of the Moon is ultra-unique - it seems strictly a dark blue shimmer, but there are flashes of holographic indigo in the iridescent base. The formula was a bit thick and quickly became tacky, but these small qualms become fairly inconsequential once you lay eyes on those awesome crescent moons. Crescent moons!! Overall these two lacquers make me SO excited to paint my nails, and isn't that ultimately what matters?

These two beauties (and others) can be purchased for $10 on the Rainbow Honey website.

What do you think?


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