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Review & Swatch: Rainbow Honey - The Equestria Collection Pt.2

Sorry everyone - I got a day behind on this post.. Just too many activities going on right meow! I do apologize for the delay, but I promise these are gems, so it makes up for the wait!

You can check out part 1 of this collection by clicking here.

Now on to the four remaining polish in this set..


We have: the element of magic, hoof wrassle, the worst possible thing, and Mare of the Moon.

As before, the swatching is:

Pinky = 1 coat of polish
Ring = 2 coats of polish
Middle = 3 coats of polish
Index = 1 coat of polish over a base
Thumb = 2 coats of polish over a base

And here we go..


the element of magic - "Inspired by Twilight Sparkle. Several shades of purple and pink glitter, some holographic, some iridescent, and a sprinkling of fairy dust all in a shimmery purple base with a magical blue shift."


hoof wrassle - "Inspired by Applejack. A shimmery copper orange base studded with gold, copper, and orange hex and square glitter, and a sprinkling of iridescent and holographic glitters - this polish loves to sparkle in the sun."

I actually think this might be my favourite of the bunch.. I love them all, but there is just something about this orange gem.. Me and my strange love of orange polish.


the worst possible thing - "Inspired by Rarity. A sheer layering polish, jewel encrusted just as Rarity would endorse, shimmering with opalescent flakes in purple and blue and a multitude of holographic and iridescent glitters."

If I didn't love hoof wrassle as much as I do, I would have to say that this is my favourite.. It almost seemed 3D-esque, and I, of course, thoroughly enjoy that!


Mare of the Moon - "Inspired by Princess Luna. A deep and mysterious indigo polish with a violet color shift and a sprinkling of silver moon crescents and holographic glitters."

This polish is extremely beautiful - and I especially love the crescent glitter - and, just based on looking at all the polish alone, I would have said 'that will be my fave!' I would have been so wrong.

Now, I may not be one for a wealth of glitter polish.. As I would prefer to do some nail art-y stuff instead, I am absolutely smitten with this collection! I can see myself finding some use for each and every one of these gems..

I'd say if you're a fan of glitter polish - get the set - and if you're not a huge fan of glitter polish.. I think you still would have to pick up this set and just test it out for yourself, I bet you find a use for them!

Now that I'm aware of Rainbow Honey, you can be sure that I will be watching for more awesome sets like this one.. And that is really, really, awesome!

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