October 23, 2015

Lynnderella Friday, Vol. 16!

*Sent for review*

We made it to Friday!! Here we are, just about a week away from Halloween, so I have some more Halloween Lynnderellas for you! First up is the new Halloween duo, Lynnderella Hexy Hexen-Beast and Druidella. This was my mani for the past five days and I just never wanted to take it off. Hexy Hexen-Beast is SO sparkly and Druidella is a warm reddish orange with holo microglitter accents. Hexy Hexen-Beast is the most fabulous silver holo microglitter with silver holo accents and small accent glitters in all the best Halloween colors (primarily purple, orange and green).

This is two coats of Druidella and two of Hexy Hexen-Beast. Both were very easy to work with and I can't wait to wear them again!!

I have been lusting after Lynnderella Druzy Bronze for awhile, but along came Lynnderella Pink Copper Druzy and I think it has temporarily satisfied my Druzy craving! Pink Copper Druzy is a complex polish, with color changing flakes, pink and green shimmer, copper bronze glitters, etc. Lynnderella says it contains "copper-bronze iridescent colour-shifting flakes, multiglitter accents and yellow micro flakes in a shifty pink- and green-shimmered clear base".

This is one coat of Pink Copper Druzy over Sephora Formula X Alchemy. This polish is also opaque on it's own in about 3 coats. It is easy to apply and has a great consistency.

OK, we all know that Lynn's glitter toppers are my absolute favorites. Several years ago there was a great Halloween LE called Tricky Little Treat that was my favorite polish at the time. Here we are in 2015 and Lynnderella has made a little sister for TLT, called Tricky Treat! Tricky Treat is even better than Tricky Little Treat, in my opinion! It has lots of blue-violet glitters, as well as a smattering got orange, red, green and holographic glitters.  The base is beautifully shimmering with a blue-violet sheen. It's like the perfect Halloween polish!

This is one coat of Tricky Treat over black. I used the dabbing method to apply it and it was easy to work with. Despite the amount of glitter in this one, it had a nice (not at all thick) consistency.

Tricky Treat can also be worn alone in three coats (see below)!

We have a winner in the "Best Name" category- Lynnderella Miss Kitty LaMeow. Miss Kitty LaMeow is a gray lavender holo microglitter with some small holo glitter accents. This is a gorgeous smoky shade of gray lavender. It's sort of a neutral, but with more impact. Very pretty!

This is three thin coats of Miss Kitty LaMeow. It applied really well and was nicely opaque. I think I'll reach for this one a lot.

*Sent for review*

These limited edition Lynnderellas are available now on lynnderella.com and lynnderella.storenvy.com.
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