Cinnamon Rabbit: Best 6 Tips For Farming Benefit

Cinnamon Rabbit is a new paint line that will be hitting stores in January. It has an array of colors ranging from soft, pastel hues to vibrant reds and oranges.

Cinnamon Rabbit offers the perfect balance between feminine and masculine with its color selections while still appealing to everyone’s taste.

Colors are not the only thing this new line offers; it also features different finishes, including matte, metallic, pearlized, glaze, pearlescent finish, and even glow-in-the-dark!

This paint line is truly something special, and I cannot wait for you all to get your hands on them!

Cinnamon Rabbit Characteristics

Cinnamon Rabbit, like most other paint lines, has a different color spectrum. It boasts bright oranges and corals, deeper purples, and more neutral shades of lavender or grey that I think are perfect for backgrounds.

Here are some swatches!  All colors are shown with two coats without a topcoat. Note that these pictures were taken with my phone, so the quality isn’t as good as it usually is.

I will always list all other characteristics below each picture. All swatches are shown with topcoat (CND Super Shiney top coat) unless otherwise noted.

All opinions are my own, and all pictures used in this post are credited to their rightful owners (I do not take credit for any images used unless otherwise stated).

Housing and Feeding

Cinnamon Rabbit is currently available through Professional Salons and Spas for $8.50. The suggested retail price will most likely be around $10-$12 (my guess) when it eventually comes to stores like Sally’s, Ulta, etc.

I am under the impression that this paint line will remain salon-exclusive with its current release plan.  I also believe that it will be exclusively distributed to professionals, but this is just me speculating, so don’t quote me on that!

Origins of Cinnamon

Cinnamon Rabbit was created by a company called Special Effects. If you don’t know who they are, they create hair color and special effects like fire and various glitters that we all use!

They recently decided to expand their line of products into the nail world by creating Cinnamon Rabbit.


Cinnamon Rabbit can be used as a regular polish or layered with any other color to create gradient neon colors.

I am currently working on some designs that will use this line, and I plan on sharing them with you all very soon!

Farming Benefits

1. If you love neons, this is for you! Special effects have done it again and created another fantastic line of polishes.

2. This paint line can be used in many different ways: laid over black or any dark color to create neon colors, layered with other polishes to create gradients and multi chromes, etc.

3. Special Effects has a great reputation for being a reliable company that creates high-quality products at affordable prices.

4. Brags about its 9-free formula! It doesn’t damage your nails, contains no formaldehyde, toluene, DBP, or camphor, and includes Vitamin E and biotin! This line is free of these harsh chemicals and is also caters to vegans!

5. Cinnamon Rabbit is currently unavailable in stores, so if you’re wary of buying paint lines over the internet, here’s your chance to snag it right now!

6. Each shade of Cinnamon Rabbit contains a unique mixture of pigments, so you really can’t tell which color will come out on top just by looking at them!


Cinnamon Rabbit is an excellent addition to any collection, and I urge you all to go out and try some for yourself! Special Effects has been making waves in the hair world, thanks to their fantastic Hair Chalk, so it’s about time they branched into another market! Also, I hope you all have a great day and keep on reading.

All information in this article was found using the Special Effects official company website!  I am not affiliated with Special Effects in any way.

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