Quick Swatch – Rainbow Honey Mystery Bag October 2014

This is just a quick swatch of the two mystery bag colors and the special limited edition color of the month. I’m still really sick and way behind on grading, so I didn’t do a full review. Also, for the first time, I took pictures at night using an Ottlite, so the color quality is a little variable.

Rainbow Honey is an indie nail brand that produces a lot of glitter toppers, but also full coverage colors, scented top coats, cuticle balms, and other beauty products. They have a mystery bag with three polish items and a few other goodies each month. The smaller size bag (enough for two or three manicures with each bottle of polish) is $10 USD and the larger size (15mL) is $25. Orders from Rainbow Honey tend to take a little while to process, but shipping itself has been relatively quick. If you spend $50 in their store you get the monthly limited edition polish free, and if you spend $65 you get that and a small mystery bag free.

Zi is a red-based purple jelly with silver and purple fine glitter. My camera really wanted to capture this as blue, but it’s pinker in person. It’s very sheer, and while I could build to relative opacity in three thin coats for the picture below, I think I’d prefer to use this over another color for better depth.


Cafe au Lait is a neutral camel cream with tiny silver microglitter. It’s a great neutral color and the glitter gives it a little extra definition. It’s very similar to Zoya Spencer, but maybe a shade lighter. I used two thin coats for the picture below.


Keep Believing is this month’s limited edition color; obviously pink for breast cancer. My camera had a difficult time with this one also; the bottle color is truer than on the nail for this picture. Like Cafe au Lait, Keep Believing has fine silver glitter that give it a bit more depth than just a plain creme.


The October mystery bag is still available on Rainbow Honey, so if you’re interested, pick it up!


One thought on “Quick Swatch – Rainbow Honey Mystery Bag October 2014

Your thoughts?

Fill in your details below or click an icon to log in:

WordPress.com Logo

You are commenting using your WordPress.com account. Log Out /  Change )

Facebook photo

You are commenting using your Facebook account. Log Out /  Change )

Connecting to %s