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Review: Rainbow Honey - The Summer of 199X - Apple Kid, Tessie & I MissYou

Hello lovelies!

Today's polishes were sent to me by Rainbow Honey for review.  All opinions are my own.

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

In my bloggers set I received:
Apple Kid - a bright and rosy fuchsia creme filled with shimmer
Tessie - a dusty and shimmery periwinkle creme 
I Miss You - a pastel rainbow of shimmers and glitters

I started with Apple Kid and as the description says its has a beautiful shimmer running throughout.  The formula on this was great and 1 coat was completely opaque but the perfectionist in me insisted on 2.





Tessie has a more subtle shimmer running throughout but it is equally as beautiful.  The 1st coat was a little streaky but by the 2nd coat it had levelled out to a lovely smooth finish.





I applied I Miss You to my ring and thumb accents over both cremes to show you how different it can look depending on the undies.
Over Apple Kid you can really see the blue/purple shimmer and it gives a lovely iridescent finish.
Over Tessie the aqua and pink shimmer seem to be more obvious but again the iridescent finish was very pretty.
I Miss You is full of square, butterfly and heart glitters.





I've gotta say I absolutely LOVE this trio.  Rainbow Honey have definitely created a winner once again!

Whilst Rainbow Honey themselves only dispatch to USA and Canada click here to find retailers that can supply you with these beauties.

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    1. Aren't they fab! I hope to get some more if not the rest of the collection =) xo

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  2. I love that glitter with the little hearts and butterflies. The polishes are pretty too especially that pink one, Apple Kid.

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    1. I think Apple Kid may be my new favourite pink!

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