In February, Daphine Polish, and Bumblesoaps did a collaboration. Daphine Polish created colors to compliment some of Bumblesoaps scents. (The nail polish is scented too!) Each set came with a nail polish, and 2 or 3 Bumblesoaps products. There are 7 different colors in the collaboration collection. I ordered Twilight Nights, and Sweater Weather.
While you can no longer order the nail polish sets with the bath products. You can find the colors for sale individually on Daphine Polish, and you can also find products in these scents for sale on Bumblesoaps.
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Twilight Nights: Eucalyptus creates lift for this romantic floral blend of lavender and lilac. Warm woods soften the bouquet as gentle sweet notes of sugared vanilla and white musk add a soft background. (Nice floral scent!)
Formula on this was really nice and smooth. I used two coats, and one coat of Seche Vite. I love the gold and holographic shimmer in this lovely purple cream. The scent comes out once the nail polish is completely dry, and the scent wasn't overwhelming. :)
The Twilight Nights set came with a mini cuticle butter, and bath truffle.
Sweater Weather: Juniper berries, fresh eucalyptus, and sage with a tiny bit of woods, sweet spearmint and dew mixed in. (This smells fresh and clean to me).
Formula on this was nice and smooth too. I used two coats, and one coat of Seche Vite. I think Sweater Weather is such a unique looking color. It's a gorgeous blue gray cream, with blue glitter, gray flakies. The scent comes out once the nail polish is completely dry, and the scent wasn't overwhelming. :)
The Sweater Weather set came with a mini cuticle butter, and bath bomb.
A new product Bumblesoaps now offers in many scents is cuticle butter! As you can see from the picture below, I may be a little addicted to it. :) It's super moisturizing, but absorbs nicely. And the scent really lasts and lasts on your fingers/hands. :)
This was my recent splurge order from Bumblesoaps! Nope... I'm not addicted at all. *wink*
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