Thursday, February 20, 2014

February Rainbow Honey Mystery Bag

Have you heard of Rainbow Honey nail polish? They make super cool nail polish colors like Heisenberg of Breaking Bad fame. Rainbow Honey is sold mostly online. I believe they only have one retailer in the US down in San Diego. This month I heard they were offering a mystery bag so I went to their website to check it out. Each Rainbow Honey mystery bag will have sneak peaks and preview of new lacquers, unreleased samples of future collections and exciting new products made by the Rainbow Honey Lab! The price of them mystery bag is $10 or if you spend $65 or more you will get it for free. I wasn't sure if they would be different or not but I figured for $10 I would risk it so I ordered 2.

Turns out the bags were the same with the only difference being the nail art glitter.

These are the colors in each set and each one came with a Sakura Matsuri Rollerball perfume. The bottom picture is the other nail art glitter I received called Early Spring.

Contents of each mystery bag. 

5ml Sparkling Agave nail polish. Value = $4.00 - this will debut March 2014 in the midnight garden collection

5ml Poffin Party. Value = $4.00 - This is a prototype polish not scheduled to be released yet.

5ml Fast Dry Top Coat. Value = $4.00

Sakura Matsuri Mini Rollerball perfume. Value = $?? - this is making a return later this spring

Nail Art Glitter in Have a Heart. Value = $10.00 - This was different in the second bag.

The value of each mystery bag is $22.00 not including the perfume.  I was really happy with this mystery bag. I love that they send stuff out that is not available. When I opened the package I could smell something sweet so at first I thought maybe they included one of their scented polishes. Turns out the scent is from the rollerball perfume and it smells fantastic. It's like a combination of pears and cherries and the little container is soooo cute! I like the green polish and I can always use top coats. The Poffin Party polish reminds me of sprinkles on a cupcake, it reminds me of a fun summer party. I haven't delved too much into the world of glitters but I'm willing to give it a try. Should I mix it with the top coat or how does it work exactly?

As of today this is still available on the Rainbow Honey website.

Verdict: I would buy one of these again, but just one since they are mostly all the same.

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