Monday, February 20, 2012

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Lynnderella - Green of Hearts

I have an extra special Lynnderella polish to show you today.  This is Green of Hearts and it is not currently part of Lynnderella's main release of polishes.

Lynnderella Green of Hearts is packed with small green squares and larger green hexes. I didn't have quite the right base to wear under this, so I did what I usually do when I don't have the exact polish I'm after, I made something to match myself.  The base polish is a custom green polish I made using suspension base, ferric ferrocyanide blue tinit, yellow 10 tint and yellow 5 tint.

I layered two coats of Lynnderella Green of Hearts over one coat of my franken. Then one coat of glitter tamer and then Seche Vite.

I definitely know what I'm wearing again on St Patrick's Day in March!





I hope you all don't mind me just running with my Lynnderella polishes at the moment.  I'm just so excited to have them that I all I want to wear at the moment is a different Lynnderella each day.  My cuticles are dying because of the acetone and foil removal method every day. But it is SOOOOOO worth it.

And time to remind you of my challenge giveaway where you could win some Lynnderella polishes of your very own.  Time to get inspired ladies.

15 comments:

  1. Loving your Lynnderella posts, wonderful pics!

    Even though I pretty much suck at nail art I have an idea for your competition ;-)

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    1. So glad to hear you will enter. You might win some new Lynns!

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  2. I know the Lynnderella polishes are awesome but seriously - your photos of them are the best I've seen. The macro shot in each is spectacular.
    I know they also look nice over different colours - interesting effects and so on but I just love your matching undies :)

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  3. That looks awesome! but also looks like a PITA to remove haha.

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  4. I am normally not into green, but I am a sucker for glitter and this one is gorgeous! :-)

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  5. It's such a gorgeous, vibrant shade.

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  6. What a great polish. Fantastic colour, and the glitter makes me drool. :D

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  7. That's one of the few Lynderellas I like.

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  8. I'm sorry, I misspelled her name apparently, no disrespect meant

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  9. That is a perfect St. Patty's day mani!

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