Friday, March 2, 2012

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Lynnderella - All Hallow's Eve

I can't believe I have been wearing only Lynnderella polish for more than two weeks straight.  That has never happened for me, ever.  This of course leads me to today's Lynnderella, All Hallow's Eve.  I am eternally grateful to the ladies that helped me get these polishes, especially as I now see this polish will be discontinued.

This is two coats Lynnderella All Hallow's Eve over LA Girls Metallic Olive.  Glitter tamer and Seche Vite on top.


All Hallow's Eve contains 'deep green squares with emerald, lime, moss and chartreuse hexagons and squares in a sparkling darkling green base. Also contains emerald holographic hexagons as well as gold holo micro and hex glitter for all of your hallowed holo hexing needs.' No wonder it's so much more than just a green glitter!


Glowy and green and it conjurers up feelings of being lost in a deep in the dark forest. 




Following my success of using Lynnderella Forget You Not as a glitter gradient tip. I thought I would see if it would look any good with another colour.  I used the same base of Bourjois Rose Lounge, then a quick tip using La Girls Metallic Olive, then a painted on gradient with All Hallow's Eve.

Verdict = Lynnderella's are amazing for glitter tips.




Until my next Lynnderella post.

24 comments:

  1. That is amazing! The gradient... omg

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    1. Thank you, I love the gradient too!

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  2. Your glitter tips look awesome! Wow 2 weeks, are you sick of removing glitter nail polish yet :P

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    1. Actually, with the foil method it's been ok, but a bit drying on the old cuticles.

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  3. Amazing green, very pretty whether it's on whole nail or as glitter tips... love it!

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  4. I'm so glad I have All Hallow's Eve and Glittering Crowd!!! I'm surprised they are being discontinued..

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    1. I know, such a shame they are being discontinued. I've not worn Glittering Crowd yet, but I know it will be awesome too.

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  5. I love those gradients - a different take on having a green thumb!
    Seriously magical fingers.

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    1. Ha, love the green thumb. And magical is such a perfect description.

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  6. Oh my gosh! This is so gorgeous! I want it so badly!!

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    1. Thank you. Better get to Llarowe now if you want this one!

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  7. Superb gradient, loving the Lynnderella posts!

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    1. Thank you, and I'm loving doing them too!

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  8. Beautiful!!! I'm trying to score my first Lynnderella's currently!!! Anxiously waiting to hear back!!

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    1. Yep, just wait and see, but I'm sure Lynnderella is working hard to fulfill orders.

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  9. Do you sponge on the polish for your gradients or do you just use the brush from the polish bottle? They look absolutely perfect!

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    1. It's just brushed on straight out of the bottle. They are just made for glitter tips.

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  10. What a great idea with the gradient! I have a bottle of this also and I plan on hoarding it!

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    1. Hoard away, I'm never letting mine go either!

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    1. Thank you, and of course still inspired by your first glitter tips with Forget you not!

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  12. That's clearly gorgeous no matter what you do!

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  13. This is absolutely gorgeous and one of her polishes that I was lemming. I'm going to have to find myself a nice nudeish color like the one you're using and try this technique out!

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