If you’re looking for this week’s Happy Hour post, never fear, I’m moving this series to Friday, and there will be a new post tomorrow to end the week!
One of my favorite subscriptions arrived this week! Rainbow Honey is an indie beauty company that truly understands my inner desire for more glitter. They also make some fabulous perfumes and personal care items.
I get the Mini-Mystery Bag for $12.50 a month, which is a great deal for everything that’s inside. Check out what I got this month!
The polishes were an interesting mix of textures this month. My only minor complaint is we have gotten a lot of pinks in the last few bags. For the Fall months, I would love to see some purples, greens, etc.
Despite this, I, naturally, was immediately drawn to Modern Hearts because of the pink and neon glitters. The description says there is a shimmery base, but this seems more like a topper to me, than an actual polish color. I’m planning to wear it back to grad school next week as an accent nail. It’s professional. Really.
Modern Hearts did seem very similar to Neon Blossom from May’s Mystery Bag. But can one ever have too much neon glitter? Answer: No, I can not.
488nm is a blue creme, my first creme from Rainbow Honey actually. The formula is easy to apply, and the blue is a nice color.
And I was very excited about the Scented Top Coat, I threw it on over my impromptu terrible manicure. My nails dried quickly and they smelled so much nicer than my normal top coat. Though Protip: Maybe don’t inhale nail polish products? I don’t know?
I love Rainbow Honey’s Cuticle Balm and it really does wonders for my poor cuticles who I am constantly attacking. The Royal Fruit sent reminds me of a melon fruit salad, so it’s pretty delicious.
My only minor, nitpicky comment here is this is my third Cuticle Balm since May. At this rate I’m going to have a different scent for each finger. (Hey, maybe that’s actually a good thing?)
Their Eau de Parfum Rollerballs however? Keep them coming! I really like Rainbow Honey’s fruity scents, and Royal Fruits is no exception. I also love the design for the roller ball, it’s super easy to apply.
I’ve never gotten a Body Splash from Rainbow Honey before, but at this rate, I am going to be the nicest smelling person in a 50 mile vicinity. I loved Summer Juice from the June Bag, so I was pretty excited to see it again.
Although, I still can’t get over the name. Summer Juice. Nope. No. Not a fan of that name. Doesn’t seem right. Sorry.
I am hoping the upcoming fall bags will have some different colors and products but overall, I think this subscription is a good value for the money.
I mean, life is too short to not have all the glitter you want.
Questions of the Day:
-What did you think of Rainbow Honey’s Bag this month?
-What colors would you like to see in upcoming bags?
-Can one have enough glitter?