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Hey everybody! I hope you had a great week and have plans for a fun weekend! I meant to finish up this post and publish it when I got home from work last night, but totally blanked, so we are having Lynnderella Saturday this week haha! I have some more beautiful Lynnderellas for you today, starting with the adorable Lynnderella Sea the True Porpise of Life. This is a really complex little gem that looks purple-y taupe or steely gray depending on the lighting. It contains these great silver holo micro flakes that add peeks of rainbow throughout the polish. I love this one!! It's a more interesting alternative to a boring gray creme.
This is two coats of Sea the True Porpise of Life. It was pretty easy to apply, maybe a little thinner in consistency than some Lynns, but not in a bad way. The flakes are nice and smooth, and easy to remove as well!
This is a test version of Sea the True Porpise of Life that Lynn sent me because she knows I like my warm-toned polishes! I don't think this one will actually be released, but I am so enamored with it that I just HAD to show you!!! This one is a warmer gray/taupe and it seems even more shimmery than the other one. It has the same pretty silver holo micro flakes.
This is three thin coats. It was easy to apply. Look at this shimmer!!
Lynnderella Shell Game is described as a "shimmer-microglitter hybrid made with beige and pink shimmer as well as silver pink holographic dots". The base is a pale nude pink shimmer with holo microglitter and lots of small iridescent and holo glitters. It also has pale silvery pink circle glitters scattered about. This is a great nude shade for me and is way more exciting than a creme!
This is three thin coats of Shell Game. It applied well. It was sheer on this first coat, but started building up nicely with the second. It looks pretty glittery, but it is very smooth and shiny with just one layer of top coat.
And we are starting to see the first St. Patrick's Day Lynnderellas now, woohoo!!!! I am so excited about this one, Lynnderella Fun with Leprechauns. It has my favorite circle glitters in various sizes in holographic gold, a couple shades of green and black. I love the gold in there, like leprechaun gold! The base is clear with lots of pretty gold shimmer and some holo green microglitter. This is definitely going to be my St. Patrick's Day mani!
This is one coat of Fun with Leprechauns over Lynnderella Vanilla Mint Cloud (from last week). It was easy to apply and a great consistency. Those circle glitters are so cooperative!
*Sent for review*
These pretties are all available on lynnderella.com now!