December 2, 2016

Lynnderella Friday, Vol. 62!

*Sent for review*

Welcome back to Lynnderella Friday!! It feels like a long time since we had one of these, it's really just two weeks, but I guess a lot has happened in two weeks. For one thing, it is now DECEMBER 🎄🎄🎄!!!!!! I don't know about you, but I am listening to Christmas music galore and doing my first Christmas mani tonight. I even have one Lynnderella Advent polish for you later in this post! But first up, we have the amazing Lynnderella Hyperple, a saturated blue violet purple microglitter. Lynnderella says this contains "violet microglitter, purple microflakes and a pinch of rainbow dust in a violet base". So sparkly!!

This is two easy coats of Hyperperple. It has a great consistency and was very opaque. I really didn't even do any clean up here either! It feels nice and smooth with just one layer of top coat. This last picture really shows off the sparkle best!

Lynnderella Champagne Sugar is the perfect shimmer topper for this time of year. This delicate wash of sugary shimmer contains "pink, yellow, green, aqua, cyan, blue and violet multishimmer", so it looks slightly different depending on your current lighting situation.  This will look great over reds, greens, or any other colors!

 This is just one coat of Champagne Sugar over OPI Madam President. It was easy to apply and had nice coverage in one coat. It is smooth, not at all textured feeling, since it is just shimmer. No glitter needed for this sparkle!

Now we get to the first Lynnderella Advent polish I received this year- Lynnderella 12-6-16 Noelerella! This year, Lynnderella is releasing the Advents a bit early, in hopes that the purchaser will have the polish by the day on the label. I think that is fun, so you can actually wear your Advent polish on it's proper day! Noelerella is a "sheer shimmerella topper with cyan, pink, green and blue multishimmer. Accented with silver holographic nanoglitter". This is a really beautiful snow-like shimmer that has a lot of dimension. It looks different depending on the light and also depending on what, if anything, it is layered over.

This is three thin coats of Noelerella alone. You can see it is a bit sheer still, but wearable and very pretty alone. It applies well, just make sure you let each coat dry before applying the next so that is doesn't look uneven.

 I also did one coat of Noelerella over OPI Danke Shiny Red. It looks amazing this way!! The red base really brings out the holo sparkle of Noelerella. I really want to try this over a soft white next time. I think it will look like sparkling snow!

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