Sunday, February 19, 2012

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Lynnderella - Thank Blue

The thing I struggle most with my Lynnderella's is choosing the undies to wear beneath them.  I never know whether I should match the base colour, or go with something that will contrast. 

I seem to keep choosing matching undies at the moment.  I guess because these Lynnderella polishes are so new to me I want to experience and appreciate each colour in it's full glory before trying a contrast combination.

For this mani the undies I chose was Orly Hally's Comet from the Cosmic FX collection.  It's such a perfect match for this polish.  I did two coats of Hally's Comet, two of Lynnderella Thank Blue, glitter tamer then Seche Vite.





Lynnderella Thank Blue has turquoise hexagons and squares with turquoise holographic hexagons, squares and aqua hexagons in a sparkling turquoise blue base. 


Seriously people, mermaids tails sparkle with turquoise and aqua scales just like this polish.

17 comments:

  1. This is so pretty! I really love the color of the sparkles!

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  2. Very pretty! Try it over a navy or dark blue (I used Butter London Bluey - it's amazing.

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    1. Thank you - I will definitely try it over dark blue next.

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  3. Ha ha ha. Matching undies. It's like Lynnderella is an expensive black lace push up bra. Do you reckon you could get a ful coverage without a base colour with this polish?

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    1. Yep, with this one for sure. Three coats should do it. Sparkly Vernis shows it without undies here.

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  4. That is an amazing macro shot with all those glitters floating around each other. With the density of the glittery shapes, Lynnderella certainly packs a lot of glitters into each bottle.

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    1. You're 100% right. i think that is what makes Lynnderella's polishes so special. Not just the colours but the sheer volume of glitter of so many shapes in each bottle.

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  5. whoa! stunning!!! and that macro shot is fantastic

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  6. Stunning! But looks like taking it off will be a bit of a pain!

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    1. With the foil method, it comes off easily. I'd never try removing any glitter polish any other way.

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  7. Hi there, I love all these glitter nails !! But, do you also have a trouble to remove it? It takes too long !! I let the cotton soaked with acetona on the nail for a while, it makes easier, but even like this...
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    1. I always use the foil method to remove glitter. I put a cotton pad soaked with Acetone on the nail, and then wrap the finger in a piece of foil. I do all hands, and then wait 3-5 minutes, then just press and slide the foil and cotton pad off the nail and its perfectly clean.

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