Rainbow Honey - The Kraken, Summer Blossom and Papillon

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**Press samples**

I have a few more polishes from Rainbow Honey to show you all today. It was a beautiful surprise to open the package from them to not only see a couple from the re-release of their Sweet Talk Collection, but also a couple of their top sellers of 2013 as well as a sneak peek of a polish rom their upcoming Midnight Garden Spring Collection. 

I reviewed the two from the re-release of the Sweet Talk Collection already. If you missed that one, you can see it here. I have the last three to show you today. I'll start with the two best sellers and we'll finish up with the sneak peek! You ready?!

The Kraken is described as "a marine jelly with a blue and green glow filled with glitters, shimmer and...holographic". This is two coats of The Kracken. A beautifully mysterious polish from their Summer of 199X Collection. If you are a lover of teal polishes, and I know most of us are, this is an absolute must have. Application was perfect, and opaque in two coats. There is a reason this was one of their best selling polishes of 2013. Luckily for you all, it is still available here for $10.

Summer Blossom is described as "a festival of orange, yellow and white blossoms in a sea of iridescent and holographic glitters". This is one coat of Summer Blossom over three coats of an unnamed Color Club mint creme. Once again, I was surprised by how much I enjoyed the flower shaped glitters in this topper. I think it's about time I stop being surprised when I like a larger shaped glitter. I didn't have to fish for the flowers very much, but there was some fishing. I thought this was going to be a thicker base, but it really wasn't all that bad. Summer Blossom was a limited edition polish from July. It just happens to still be available to purchase here for $10.

Papillon is a clear based glitter topper filled with pink and purple holographic glitter and pink holographic butterfly shaped glitter. This was one coat of Papillon over two coats of Cult Nails Bad Devious Nature (a bad batch of Devious Nature, but was too pretty to throw out). Application of Papillon was better than that of Summer Blossom, smooth and absolutely no fishing for anything. What you see is what came out on my brush. In the bottle, you think this is going to be soft and flirty, but I chose Bad Devious Nature to show off a more playful side of Papillon. It's more vibrant here. Definitely a keeper! If this is what they chose to send out as a sneak peek, just imagine what the rest of the Midnight Garden Collection will look like...

Like what you see? Feel like doing some shopping? How about a promo code to receive $5 off your order? That's right!! Until 3/31/2014 Rainbow Honey is offering $5 off your next order when you use the code: ILOVENAILBLOGS.

All Rainbow Honey polishes are free of the "big 3" and have never been tested on animals. 

Brand information:
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**The featured products in this post were provided to me by the manufacturer for my honest review. All opinions are my own. I was not compensated.**

Happy Polishing!!

Becky   :o)

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