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NOTD: Rainbow Honey - Kitsune

Hi all!  

I've got a very exciting post for you today.  Courtesy of Rainbow Honey I have been sent the lovely Yokai Collection to review.


I was very excited when I heard that Rainbow Honey had selected me to review this collection as I am a big fan of theirs.


I decided to start with Kitsune as admittedly it was the one I was most unsure about (only because I generally favour darks and brights).


Rainbow Honey describes Kitsune as "The Magical White Fox
"Kitsune" can refer to your ordinary red fox, but our "Kitsune" is a glorious nine-tailed creature: fiery, wise, and absolutely gorgeous. In a cream base full of gold shimmer and flecks you will find an array of glitter in a bonfire palette, ready to spark a fire in your heart."
After a base of OPI Nail Envy I applied 1 coat of Kitsune and was pleased with how smooth the application was and surprised at how opaque it was.  2 coats in total gave full opacity.


Bit random but this reminds me of being at the beach as a child and dropping your ice cream in the sand and it being covered in sand.


It's a creamy gold base full of  gold, copper and red glitter as well as a gorgeous gold shimmer running through it.

I've took some pics with the flash and it's captured the shimmer perfectly =)

This colour has definitely won me over.

Have you picked up any of the Yokai Collection?

This product was sent to me for review.  All opinions are my own.











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  1. OMG, you lucky girl! This is gorgeous!!! Love it x

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    1. I know, I love these polishes, possibly my favourite indie brand! xo

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