March 29, 2013

My Mint Phase Continues: Lynnderella Spumoni



Base: one coat Nicole by OPI Base Coat Plus
Color: two coats Nicole by OPI Alex By the Books, two coats Lynnderella Spumoni
Top: one coat Poshe
Application: good (out of poor, average, good, excellent)
Nicole by OPI Alex By the Books was sent for review. Lynnderella Spumoni was purchased with my own money. All opinions are my own honest thoughts.


I have a lot of catching up on my Lynnderella swatching to do. I can't believe I still have polishes from the Season's Glitterings holiday collection that I haven't swatched! I've been saving a few of the holiday polishes, like Lynnderella Spumoni, because I felt like I wanted to wear them in the spring. Spumoni fits right in with my mint obsession right now. Spumoni is a sheer mint base with mint and white satin glitters, along with a few red, black and pink glitters in the mix. The base of this one is quite sheer. I've actually seen it layered over purples and pinks and it looks fantastic. So don't feel like you have to wear it over a mint base, you can explore the layering possibilities however you like!


This is two regular coats of Spumoni over two coats of Nicole by OPI Alex By the Books. I didn't feel the need to dab this one on. All of the glitter came out pretty easily and it laid very flat. I only used a coat of Poshe to top this off and my nails felt perfectly smooth. I had to take this off after only a day of wearing it to swatch some other things, and I was so sad taking it off. It's really gorgeous and I will definitely have to wear it again.


Lynnderella Spumoni and other Lynnderella lacquers are available on Lynnderella.com. I seriously need to order the spring Everything's Coming Up Neon collection!

Nicole by OPI Alex By the Books was sent for review. Lynnderella Spumoni was purchased with my own money. All opinions are my own honest thoughts.

2 comments:

Paint Those Piggies! said...

I am SO in a mint phase too. I just love it! Pretty combination. I wouldn't have thought to pair red with mint but it looks so fresh!

Erin Neverenoughnails said...

I wouldn't have thought to put the red in there either, but I love it! I love that different touch!