September 14, 2012

Lynnderella Deep Blue Seeing and LynndeRecap!!


Base coat: one coat Zoya Get Even
Color: two coats of OPI Russian Navy, two coats of Lynnderella Deep Blue Seeing
Top Coat: one coat Gelous
Application: Excellent (out of poor, average, good, excellent)



Lynnderella Deep Blue Seeing is the last (but oh so not the least) of the Lynnderella Sweet Somethings for a Summer Solstice polishes that I currently have to show you. Notice that I say "currently". There are a few SSSS polishes that I did not get that I do plan on picking up eventually (Inner Space especially!!). Deep Blue Seeing is a beautiful bright blue mix of glitters in a clear base. I didn't originally want this one, but I am SO glad I got it! The brightness of the blue glitter is amazing looking!


I wanted to layer Deep Blue Seeing over my favorite navy, OPI Russian Navy. It looks fantastic and the glitter really stands out over navy. I'll be wearing this combo a lot. Russian Navy is one of my favorite OPIs ever and under a Lynnderella, it is Never Enough Nails Heaven! Application was very easy for Deep Blue Seeing. I just applied it like a normal polish! You could probably wear it alone in three thick coats or four thinner ones.



Base coat: one coat Zoya Get Even
Color: two coats of Zoya Lola, two coats of Lynnderella Deep Blue Seeing
Top Coat: one coat Gelous
Application: Excellent (out of poor, average, good, excellent)



While I was wearing Deep Blue Seeing over OPI Russian Navy, I happened to stumble across my bottle of Zoya Lola, a neon pink with a bit of blue shimmer. I immediately thought this would make a great combination, and I think I was right!!  At the moment, I'm not quite ready for dark colors, so I actually enjoyed wearing Deep Blue Seeing over Lola more than I enjoyed Russian Navy. I'm sure that will change in the later fall and winter!


This is two coats of Deep Blue Seeing over Lola. I did slightly thicker coats on my pointer and middle fingers and a bit thinner on my ring finger, and even a bit thinner on my pinky. I just wanted to show how much the thickness of a coat changes the opacity of the glitter. I do think I could wear this alone with three coats of the thickness of my pointer and middle finger!


Since Deep Blue Seeing is the last of the Sweet Somethings for a Summer Solstice polishes I have for now, I thought I'd just link to all of my SSSS posts in case you missed any:

Lynnderella Deep Blue Seeing is available on her eBay Store, soon to be accompanied by Early Halloween Resurrected (UnDead Red, yes please!)!!

6 comments:

Sarah from WI said...

Thanks for a fun series! I love to see all your great Lynnderlayerings. It's amazing how different her polishes look over different base colors.

Erin Neverenoughnails said...

Thanks for reading Sarah! That's my favorite part about Lynnderellas, how different they can look!

Jem's Polish said...

Wow, Deep Blue Seeing looks incredible!

Elizabeth said...

I really like the way this pops over the pink!

Erin Neverenoughnails said...

Jem's Polish- it is pretty amazing!! I definitely don't own anything like it! It's so bright it glows!

Elizabeth- I love the way it pops over the pink too! This was one of my favorite summer manis!

XmasOrnamentsWorld said...

Nice. Some times nails can be a work of art.
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