So I started using these... (don't laugh)... multi-vitamin gummies. They seem kind of hoaky. It would be nice if they were actually supplying me vitamins. And before you guys get all "well just take normal ones, sugar is bad for you" - I know, but I have a sweet tooth anyway. The dose is two gummies and I don't see any harm in that. Alas. Candy! Anyway, today I've got another polish from Rainbow Honey's Summer of 199X collection. If you haven't grabbed the collection yet, I highly recommend to do it up and head over to their shop. Also, this month's limited edition is Heisenberg and if it wasn't obvious how much I love Rainbow Honey, it should be obvious now because Breaking Bad is one of my most favourite shows ever!
So back to Rainbow Honey Mint Flavor - here's a copypasta from Rainbow Honey's shop: Part aqua, part baby blue, part shimmer, this was hands down the best window flavor. Because...you taste windows, right? That's about accurate. It's totally the aqua colour that reminds me of Windows 3.1 - when you could pick the colour of your desk from the 12 or so colours you could choose from. However, in Earthbound that colour is called Mint Flavor when you want to customize the colour of your dialogue boxes. Application and formula were good - two coats were needed to go to full opacity, and the formula went on smooth with the right amount of viscosity. Here's my swatch in two coats without top coat:
Rainbow Honey Mint Flavor in vanilla mode isn't that much. I wouldn't say it's the most unique polish I've ever seen but I still like it. To spice things up, I added Rainbow Honey I Miss You, which is also from The Summer of 199X collection. Here's one coat of it:
And because I like mixing things up a bit, here's another polish from Rainbow Honey's other summer collection from FAB. Here's one coat of Costa Del Sol over top with some Seche Vite:
And because I know some of you know all about my lusting for OPI Matte Top Coat over top of Costa Del Sol. Here it is matted:
And LOL hand pose:
Anyway I totally didn't expect to post this many photos for a single polish so I hope that's OK! Have you ever tried those gummy vitamins? Am I 5? Anyway, what do you think of Mint Flavor - are you into indie polish companies pumping out some basics for a full indie experience?