Good morning, friends!! Happy Monday, lolol. I've got an exciting new indie collection to show you today, one that takes me back to the best part of my very early twenties, when I was discovering a lot of really great music for myself. I was a bit of a metalhead and one of my favorite bands at the time was a Texas based group called Pantera. I was fortunate enough to get to see them play live once before the band's demise and the untimely death of lead guitarist extraordinaire, Dimebag Darrell.
Deb, a longtime blogger friend and creator of Honey Bunny Lacquer, has launched a set of three glitter toppers as an ode to three of her own favorite Pantera songs. Whilst choosing appropriate base colors, I noticed the three glitters match perfectly with three of the Zoya Satin colors, which kind of made me excited... nail polish serendipity strikes again :)
First up is Honey Bunny Lacquer Cemetery Gates, over Zoya Claudine.
Cemetery Gates is a silver holographic glitter mix of tiny and small hexes interspersed with medium sized matte black hexes and silver circles in a clear base.
Honey Bunny Lacquer The Sleep over Zoya Mason. The Sleep is a violet purple holographic glitter mix of tiny and small hexes and small squares, small magenta hexes, and large purple circles in a clear base.
Honey Bunny Lacquer This Love (purportedly the song that gets all the girls hooked on the band... proof positive right here, lol) over Zoya Channing. This Love is a bright pink holographic glitter mix with tiny and small light and dark pink hexes, small red and light pink squares, and large dark pink matte hearts in a clear base.
The formula on all three glitters is nice and self leveling, neither gloopy nor stringy. I adore the fact that Deb included the trending circle glitters in two of these, but having said that, the larger pieces, including the hearts, do need special placement. They're all a little topcoat hungry-- two thick coats of Seche Vite smoothed these out nicely for me. The glitters themselves are all gorgeous, like jewelry for their respective base colors, and I will always have a soft spot for musically themed polishes.
Honey Bunny Lacquer is available in both 15ml bottles for $9 and 5ml bottles for $4. Her shop is full of good vibes, right down to her wish that you leave with a song in your head, if not a polish.
email Deb directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thank you for reading, and have a lovely day. ♥