Can you believe that its the end of October this week, which means it's Halloween. And can you believe that I haven't even done a single Halloween mani! Halloween isn't very big here in Australia. We've only ever had kids knock on the door once for Trick or Treat and that was probably more than 10 years ago. No one dresses up and no one has parties, at least no one I know. So wearing crazy Halloween nail art can make you look a little weird here. Instead of nail art, I've worn a couple of Lynnderella Halloween polishes from the Halloween Twin Set.
This twinset of polishes is in a different shaped bottle compared to the regular square Lynnderella bottle. This will completely freak out the OCD collectors that hate having their collections of polishes not matching, but I'm not OCD, so I'm totally ok with it. The other thing about these hexagon shaped bottles is that they are the most comfortable bottles I have ever held whist taking swatch photos. The flat edge created at the 120° angle from the front of the bottle is just perfect to hold!
Ghouls just want to have Fun! - a multiglitter made with various orange, purple, and neon glitters in a purple-shimmered clear base. The purple shimmer is strong, but not so strong that it makes the glitters look chunky and bumpy. I really loved this combo in real life, it seems more like splatter nail art than a glitter bomb. My base was Picture Polish Beige and I used two coats of Ghouls just want to have fun! Topped with Essence Gel Look top coat and Seche Vite.
Are you a good witch? - is a multiglitter made with assorted black, green, purple, white and neon red glitters in a violet-blue-shimmered clear base. I layered one coat of Are you a good witch over Pretty Serious Into Dreams, which is just the perfect slightly red toned purple that matched the glitter mix nicely. Topped with Essence Gel look top coat and Seche Vite.
Lynnderella polishes are available from:
- Lynnderella.com for USA and Canada deliveries
- Norway Nails for European deliveries
- Glitter Connect for Australia.
Aussies - don't forget to follow Glitter Connect on Facebook to keep up with the latest Lynnderella news in Australia.
I've also got my Lynnderella Colour Guide up to date with the114 Lynnderella polishes that I've worn or swatched. I still have a bunch of poilshes from last years Seasons Glitterings, and a few other odd ones ones here and there that I will add gradually.
Polishes provided for consideration.