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NOTD: Rainbow Honey - Oni

Hi all!

So here is the final instalment of my Rainbow Honey Yokai Collection review.


And I think I have saved the best for last.
Here we have Oni. 


I would describe this as a rich chocolate brown full of flecky goodness.  There are golds, bronzes, coppers and reds throughout this.  It's a shimmery, glittery, masterpiece!


I really like this against my skin tone and it's the perfect colour for the autumn without being too cliché.


What Rainbow Honey say "The Malevolent Wild Demon
Let's be honest, Oni are generally depicted as wicked and hideous. Our "Oni" may be wicked and supernatural, but with its myriad of glass flecks and multi-chromatic shimmer it is hard to call it hideous. In fact, the consensus seems to be that it is one of the most beautiful and intense polishes out there this fall!"

Again I used 1 coat of OPI Nail Envy as a base.  2 coats of Oni gave full opacity.  And as always a generous top coat of Seche Vite.


I think this picture best captures the uniqueness of this polish, it shows everything I have described as well as the depth of the colour.  Simply stunning!

So that's the Yokai Collection, which has been your favourite?

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


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