September 4, 2012

Lynnderella Common Sense Leaves Me Senseless

Base coat: one coat Zoya Get Even
Color: three coats OPI Pros & Bronze, two coats Lynnderella Common Sense
Top Coat: one coat Gelous
Application: Excellent (out of poor, average, good, excellent)

Lynnderella Common Sense is one of the polishes from the Sweet Something for a Summer Solstice collection that I was looking forward to the most. It does not disappoint!! Common Sense is a mixture of copper and pink glitters of varying sizes in a clear base with copper and pink shimmer. I think it would look stunning over a wide variety of colors, but I tried it first over OPI Pros & Bronze. I loved this combination and got a billion compliments on it during the four days I wore this (it wore like iron btw!!).

Common Sense was super easy to apply too! No dabbing or anything, I just applied this normally. Two coats looks nice and dense. It was super easy to get the brush loaded up with glitter also, no fishing needed.

Base coat: one coat Zoya Get Even
Color: two coats Zoya Dea, two coats Lynnderella Common Sense
Top Coat: one coat Seche Vite
Application: Excellent (out of poor, average, good, excellent)

It's always hard for me to pick a favorite base for Lynns. Zoya Dea is a ridiculously pretty base for Common Sense! It looks totally different than it does with Pros & Bronze and I really can't pick which I like better!! Zoya Dea, by the way, is a lovely milk chocolate creme that I just realized I have not ever swatched here. I will remedy this situation very soon, I promise.

Again, it was easy to apply Common Sense in regular brush strokes. The brush gets lots of glitter on it and all  of that glitter goes right on to the nail. The copper and pink really popped over Zoya Dea. I would also recommend trying Common Sense over purple, pink, black, and even orange. I'm sure I'll eventually try all of those!

Lynnderella Common Sense is available on her eBay store.


Kimberley said...

Pretty! I think I like it over Dea the best.

Never Enough Nails said...

It's funny because in the pictures I like it best over Dea too. But in person I really preferred it over Pros & Bronze! Funny how that happens sometimes!

Anonymous said...

I wouldn't Support Lynnderella no matter how nice the polish is.

Never Enough Nails said...

You must really believe you're in the right here if you're posting anonymously. Everyone's entitled to an opinion, but at least I put my name on mine.