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It's Friday again, and as you read this, I am at a huge Irish dance competition with my students, so please give them positive thoughts. I hope they all do really well, they've been working so hard! I have some pretty sparkly Lynnderellas for you today, starting off with Lynnderella Nice Ink!. Nice Ink! is a purply-blue microglitter with irregularly shaped holographic flecks. It has a clear base, a pink/lavender sheen to it.
This is three thin coats of Nice Ink!. It is pretty easy to apply, I had no problems. It is nicely opaque on it's own. I used one layer of Essie Gel Setter on top and it's very smooth to the touch.
Lynnderella Etincelle is a new special edition thermal polish! I love that Lynnderella is doing more thermals lately, they are so much fun to wear! This one has lots of gorgeous holo and metallic blue-violet glitter, including blue lightening bolts! It also has holo silver lightening bolts and teeny stars. The base changes from blue-violet when cold to clear when warm. The pictures above and below are cold.
This is two coats dabbed over OPI Angel with a Lead Foot. It is a little thick with all of the glitter, but dabbing made it easier to work with. Below is the polish warm, with a little change back to cold on my pinky finger.
Lynnderella Peach Glacee is a new LE that is described as "translucent peach loaded with multishimmer, yellow and aqua nano flakes and blue iridescence". Peach Glacee is a soft pink-peach with pretty iridescent blue shimmer. I think in the photo below, you can see the yellow and aqua nano flakes. They make the polish really different and add cool layers of sparkle to the polish.
This is three coats of Peach Glacee. It is a little sheer, but buildable in three coats. It was easy to apply and has a nice consistency. This would also be gorgeous layered over a pink or peachy pink creme.
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