Sunday, December 18, 2016

Jingle Belles | Honeybee Gardens Watercolors

When it comes to clean beauty gifts, Honeybee Gardens is a fabulous place to start. Their products are affordable, versatile and come in gorgeous shades to appeal to everyone. In today's post we'll focus on stocking stuffers because those are often overlooked. What would I like to find in my stocking? Nail polish of course!

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honeybee gardens watercolors - the beauty puff


Honeybee Gardens Watercolors are water-based and free of formaldehyde, toluene, dibutyl phthalates, and FD&C colors. Typical polishes are solvent-based and as the polish dries, these solvents produce harsh smells many of us are all too familiar with. Doing my nails with Honeybee Gardens nail colors was so much more pleasant and it dried in the same amount of time. It is recommended (as with most polishes) to apply two thin layers as opposed to one thick layer. This assures even coverage and minimizes drying time. I would also recommend a base coat, such as the Clear Watercolors shade, because it really helps with longevity. Now, on to the colors!

honeybee gardens whisper - the beauty puff

Whisper is as soft as the name implies. It's a sheer nude that from a distance, appears clear. Even with multiple coats it still provides a soft wash of color that will coordinate with anything. If you need a minimal, everyday shade, this is perfect.

honeybee gardens fairy dust - the beauty puff

Fairy Dust is the perfect icy pink for winter. It gives a beautiful shine that's festive without going overboard. I was really impressed with the opacity of this shade. Even one coat covered beautifully. You can wear this shade on its own or top it with the clear shade in the collection for even more shine.

The Honeybee Gardens Watercolors come in 18 beautiful shades from neutrals to vibrant statement shades you can wear all year long. Fairy Dust is definitely my favorite. It'll be great for holiday travel because it goes with everything I wear! You can check out the entire line below on Honeybee Gardens' website.



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