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Color: Clear base with gold and red hexes and irregularly shaped glitters.
Finish: Glitter Top Coat – glitter in a clear base to be worn as a top coat.
Bottle / Brush: Squat round mini bottles (i.e. Rainbow Honey or Jindie) – the cap is a little awkward to hold because it’s so round but also pretty short. The wand and brush are short, but application is easy. I haven’t made it to the bottom of one of these bottles yet, but I do have concerns that the brush won’t be able to scrape up all of the goodness once it gets to the dregs of the bottle.
Opacity: Glitter topcoat – not designed for full opacity.
Glitter Application: Medium – requires the dab method, but spreads evenly.
Consistency: Medium – applies easily with the dab method and doesn’t flood the cuticles. Unlike many of my other RH polishes, Glittering Rapture has amazing consistency. It wasn't so thick that I had to add a teaspoon of thinner to make it workable.
Overall Ease of Application: Easy – applies well without pooling, dragging, streaking, or balding. Spreads evenly and smoothly.
Stampability: Not designed for stamping.
Dry Time: Quick – dry to the touch without smudging in under 3 minutes. This could be unrealistic, though, as I put this over a Gelish mani, which was already dry.
Overall Thoughts: I'm really pleased with this polish. It's very sparkly and catches the eye. I really like the shimmer and the effect that the irregularly shaped glitters give to this polish. It has more depth than a straight up clear topcoat, which is great in my book. I only wore it over red, but I imagine that it would look great over a multitude of colors. If you like the way this guy looks, they're still in stock at Rainbow Honey's store!
Do you have any Rainbow Honeys? Which is your favorite?