With a new collection released today from Lynnderella, I'm finding that posting one Lynnderella manicure in a blog post just isn't gonna cut, cause otherwise I'm never going to get to show you them all.
Here are some swatches from the Everything's Coming up Neon collection that was release before Easter this year!. My pictures are a bit all over the place because I've worn all these polishes at different times over the last few months. Bird Brain Blue is photographed in my light box, Her Name is Petal was photographed in about -1 degrees before work one winters morning and Crocus Pocus was photographed under the bathroom light. So my apologies for the inconsistencies.
Bird Brain Blue - scattered cyan, turquoise, magenta, neon blue and green, neon pink and pastel satin aqua glitters in a soft, translucent robin's egg aqua base with matching shimmer. I actually wore this a while back and I'm struggling to remember what undies I put on under this, but I'm pretty sure it was Picture Polish Sky.
When I wore this, I also wore it with the two middle fingers stamped with little white birds, just because they seemed to go with the polish and it's name.
Her Name is Petal - a multi-glitter with assorted neon, pastel satin and matte glitters in a multi-shimmered clear base. This is two coats over Picture Polish Twinkle. It was tough choosing a base for this one, I ended up going pink but I think it would look super pretty over white too.
Crocus Pocus - contains periwinkle, lavender, white, neon purple and blue iridescent flecks in a strong lavender-blue-shimmered base. This is two coats over a purple franken I made more than three years ago. I also did a feature nail using a purple holographic nail foil.
Aussie's, if you're not following Glitter Connect on Facebook, then you probably don't know that she is running a giveaway there right now, where you could win four Lynnderella polishes of your choice, or a second prize of two Lynnderella's of your choice. This may just be you best chance ever to win some Lynnderella polishes in Australia.