Rainbow Honey Metalmark and Star Stuff swatches and review

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Today's post features two very gorgeous Rainbow Honey polishes - Metalmark and Star Stuff! Rainbow Honey is one of my favorite indies - And these glitters are just a few of the reasons why! Let's start with Metalmark...

Holographic butterflies and aquatic-toned glitters make this one really stand out in the sun! Dense enough for good glitter coverage in one coat, but go for two if you want extra sparkle!

Metalmark is definitely dense enough for a good one-coat gliter topper! I have it swatched over black - but this could be totally cool over just about any base. With the dark base, it looks like some holos bits are throwing purple... and the aqua+purple combo is excellent! You can really see what I mean in the shade photo. Metalmark is part of the Midnight Garden Collection and is available now on the website.

Shooting Star Set includes “Orionid” and “Leonid”, duochromatic lacquers that act as a perfect base for creating a spacey look topped off with “Star Stuff”, the glitter topper of this set.

Star Stuff is just as you'd think it would be described - star stuff. haha! There's star glitter and random gold and holo bits scattered this this glitter topper - and it can't be worn on its own for full coverage. I have it swatched here over Seche Perfectly Poised. Star Stuff is part of the Shooting Star set and is available for purchase on the website.

Rainbow Honey is definitely one of my most favorite indie polish brands - I have a lot of their polishes (and cuticle balms too!). I recommend heading over to the site and checking out the collections. Full-size polishes are $10 each. (and might I put a plug in about the Summer Juice-scented cuticle balm? Love it!)

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