*Purchased by me*
Wow, I can't believe I've done 50 editions of Lynnderella Fridays already!! Time flies when you're swatching glittery treats! I have some real stunners for you today in celebration of 50 Lynnderella Fridays, starting with the new version of Lynnderella I Don't Mean Rhinestones. The original IDMR was a glitter topper with jewel-toned turquoise diamonds and other medium-sized glitters and it was released in 2012 with the Sweet Somethings for a Summer Solstice collection. The new version is a microglitter of the same rich turquoise shade. The new version also has the beautiful holo diamond glitters. This is just about the sparkliest polish I own! So beautiful!
The great thing about this new microglitter version is that this is two coats all by itself, no base color! So easy! The formula was very good. It has a lot of glitter packed in there, but I didn't find it to be difficult to apply. I did use two layers of top coat for these swatches.
*Purchased by me*
Lynnderella Arc-en-Noir is a neat glitter topper that can take your favorite summer bright polishes and give the a fall twist. This one has black holo microglitter and black holo small, medium and large circles (yay!) in a smoky gray base that deepens any color underneath it. It's a mysterious looking glitter, love it!
This is one coat of Arc-en-Noir over China Glaze What I Like About Blue. It was easy to apply with the dabbing method.
*Sent for review*
Lynnderella Pinkie Swear is a new LE with bubblegum pink holo microglitter with pink accent glitters. This is a very cheery and happy pink and I love all of the metallic accents. They really provide depth to the polish and extra shine too.
This is two coats. The coverage was great! The formula was very nice as well, no problems at all. I took a full sun shot below, it is crazy holo in the sunlight!
I Don't Mean Rhinestones and Arc-en-Noir are available now at lynnderella.com. Pinkie Swear is available at http://stores.ebay.com/lynnderella-lynnderella.
Any good plans for the last weekend of July (*gasp*)?? I have an 8 hour fitness workshop for dancers both days, so that's pretty much my weekend, since I'm sure I will come home and pass out afterwards!