*Lynnderella Nutcracker Sweet and Evergreen Allsorts sent for review*
Even though Christmas is long gone, our New Years resolutions are
going great forgotten in the corner, and Valentine's Day is all the rage right now, I wanted to show you that the Lynnderella Advent polishes are year round lacquers, not just for the Christmas season! Lynnderella Nutcracker Sweet (12-2-14) is a fun-filled glitter topper with all kinds of my favorite glitter shapes. It has stars, circles, diamonds, and triangles in assorted hues, including red, green, a brighter minty green, blue, and hot pink. The base is clear and packed with red microglitter.
This is two dabbed coats of Nutcracker Sweet over Zoya Leah. It was pretty easy to apply and I did not have to fish around for any of the glitters!
Lynnderella Evergreen Allsorts (12-9-14) is another great assorted glitter topper. These are still my favorite kinds of Lynnderella polishes. As much as I am enjoying her microglitters, I still love her glitter toppers with tons of fun goodies! Evergreen Allsorts has yellow, black, pink, and white glitters in a multitude of shapes, including flowers. The base is clear with a ton of pink shimmer and green microglitter. These pictures are a little blurry/not sharp because I was really trying to show the awesome magenta pink shimmer in the base. It is so beautiful in person! The shimmer is often what really makes Lynnderella polishes stand out from the crowd, but it is always hard to capture on camera.
This is one dabbed coat of Evergreen Allsorts over China Glaze Wanderlust. Again, it was easy to apply. There is so much glitter in these Lynns that you really can just plop some on your nails and get a great selection of glitters with no effort.
*Lynnderella Pistachio Trifle purchased by me*
This is three coats of Pistachio Trifle alone with no base color. It is very opaque in three coats and it was easy to build to this opacity. When I wear microglitters alone, I like to do two coats using regular brushstrokes to apply the polish and then I kind of dab some more on to fill in any spaces for the third coat. I tend to get some sheerness at the tips of my nails, so I dab some extra on there.
*Some products in this post sent for review*
I love wearing Lynnderella's Advent polishes all year long and I hope she continues to do this every year. It's so exciting to find out what the polish is every day counting down to Christmas. I have one more 2014 Advent polish that I MUST get my hands on, so hopefully I'll have that to show you soon! Lynnderella Advent polishes and other Lynnderellas are available at lynnderella.com and lynnderella.storenvy.com. For more information on Lynnderella polish, please check out the Lynnderella blog.