Rainbow Honey: July

Hello Beauties!

So we all know I’m cheap. Did we also all know I love glitter nail polish? Oh, how I do. Today I am sharing a delightful way to get beautiful glitter nail polish on a beer budget!

Let's get one thing straight right now. I also always have terrible cuticle. (I'm working on it, feel free to shame me.)

Let’s get one thing straight right now. I also always have terrible cuticle. (I’m working on it, feel free to shame me.)

I dare you not to rip into your own Mystery Bag like a small child.

I dare you not to rip into your own Mystery Bag like a small child.

I try to restrain myself during the academic year to just a glitter accent nail or two. But school’s out for summer, and I have been living it up. Specifically I have been changing out my Rainbow Honey nail polishes like every 3 days. Because I can’t get enough glitter.

You see, Rainbow Honey has a mini subscription bag. For $10, plus $2.50 in shipping handling they send me some minis of their seasonal and new products. And I drool over them and pet them because they are always amazing. (And if you read this post, you know small sizes are the way to go for Beauties on a beer budget.)

So let’s see what I got for July!

Cuticle Balm, Roller Ball Frangrance, Nailpolish, and Cooling Gel!

Cuticle Balm, Roller Ball Frangrance, 15ml nailpolishes, and Cooling Gel!

Drooling now.

Drooling now.

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The scent for this month was Midori which is a sweet, fruity smell. I loved it, though it did make me want a cocktail with an umbrella in it- you’ve been warned.

Colors of the month, really interesting mix!

Top to Bottom: Viridis, Deep Heart Sea, and Chemical Plant.

No one could ever call Rainbow Honey “boring”. I personally love these all these finishes. Chemical Plant is actually wearable for work and I think the color is beautiful. Deep Heart Sea, I needed a few layers and some fishing for the glitter to get the look I wanted, but overall I thought it was perfect for summer.

Viridis over Julep's Lissa. I feel like a mermaid. (With bad cuticle, sorry.)

Viridis over Julep’s Lissa. I feel like a mermaid. (With bad cuticle, sorry.)

Midori cuticle balm, Midori perfum rollerball, and Midori cooling gel.

Midori cuticle balm, Midori perfum rollerball, and Midori cooling gel.

I like Rainbow Honey’s cuticle balms, and as previously mentioned I really, really, desperately, need help for my cuticles. I’m sticking this balm in my purse.

I also like their perfum, and plan on rocking this scent for the rest of the summer. And for however long I’m in denial about the summer being over.

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Did I mention there is a slight sparkle to this gel? Glitterrrrrrr.

Finally, I had no idea what “cooling gel” was until I got this bag and googled it. As far as I can tell, it’s for soothing sunburns. Since I never burn, this may not be something I need to use often. However, it’s both  hellishly hot and humid where I live, so I tried slapping it on my neck the other day just to see how cooling it was. And I did feel some cooling action the first minute or so after I applied it! At the very least, I smelled better. I’ll take it! (And so will everyone else around me!)

Do I personally need full sizes of these nail polish colors? Probably not because I spend most of my life attempting to look like an Ann Taylor Loft model. But, for $12.50, I feel like Rainbow Honey’s Mini Mystery bag is perfect for me. It’s like a little bag of glitter joy delivered to my mailbox each month.

I say this fits into a Beer Budget!

Question/s of the Day

-Do you love glitter nail polish? Would you wear it all the time?

Love,

Rebs!

 

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