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Rainbow Honey| Custom Blended Nail Lacquer

My loves,

I had the privilege of trying a new Nail Lacquer called Rainbow Honey that was sent to me by Nail Polish Canada. I was so excited to try this Nail Polish especially when I saw the packaging and range of colours. Nail Polish Canada could not have sent me a better selection of polish! I love all the colours that were sent to me!

IMG_0814 IMG_0811 IMG_0818 IMG_0815“Rainbow Honey was born out of a love for color and a penchant for creativity. To create Rainbow Honey, Dee, its founder and Chief Designer, brought together her background in the sciences and her experience in the fashion industry, resulting in unique, colorful and well-formulated custom blended nail lacquers.”

Isn’t it the cutest packaging ever? I fell in love immediately. I love how they advertise, with lots of colour, nail art and design. It’s fantastic! Their products are made in the United States and they are free of Formaldehyde, Toluene, and Dibutyl Phthalate. And my favorite part about this company all products have never been tested on animals.

IMG_0808In the above picture you can see how all the colours look on their own. But where’s the fun in that. Since Rainbow Honey has a passion for great and beautiful products, I decided to create some fun nail art with the polishes I was sent.  They focus on design and being unique. So why not have some fun?

IMG_0802IMG_0805See all the different colour combos and designs you can do with these lovely colours? I especially love the mint green and lilac purple. They look so great together or on their own. These polishes apply extremely easily and only require two coats for it to look great. The quality of these nail polishes are actually quite impressive and are valued at $11.50 a bottle.

For more information about this lovely nail polish you can visit:

www.rainbowhoney.com or www.nailpolishcanada.com

So what do you think my loves? Are you intrigued by this lovely selection of colour and glitter?

Laurelle, xo

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