I've slowing been working my way through my Lynnderella Sweet Somethings for a Summer Solstice collection, and I reckon I might just be able to wear them all before the southern hemisphere summer solstice in December!
This little stunner is The Garden of Even. This basically a magenta version of of I Don't Mean Rhinestones (except without the diamond shaped glitter). The magenta glitters are holographic and they glow with purple, blue and fiery orange flashes. Amazing, but a bitch to photograph.
I layered one dabbled coat of The Garden of Even over Ulta3 Sunset Pink and then layered several layers of topcoat. I just don't understand why some glitters dry really gritty and others don't, but take note that this one dries to a strong coarse sandpaper finish that would do a good job stripping paint. I think I might have even used four coats of top coat to get the super glassy smooth finish.
Although I couldn't really tell because I layered this polish over pink, this polish has a tinted base, which I think it created from the intentionally bleeding glitter. I seriously think I must be the only person in this crazy nail world that isn't completely freaked out by intentionally bleeding glitter. I've gone into detail about it before, and as long as it is only a partial bleeder and its disclosed, then I'm ok with it.
Of course only time will tell if this polish contains full bleeders or partial bleeders, and I will be completely shattered if, in a few months or years, this polish isn't still the same rich holographic magenta polish it is now - so lets revisit these intentional bleeders again in another year shall we?