Friday, August 10, 2012

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Lynnderella - Golden Rules

If you don't like chunky glitter bombs then you should look away now, because this chunky glitter bomb is the blingiest polish that ever blinged!  Lynnderella Golden Rules from the Sweet Somethings for a Summer Solstice collection.  

This most definitely is a gold version of the Lynnderella's silver polish, Shape Shifter.  Golden Rules has all kinds of gold holographic glitter in all different shapes and sizes - squares, bars, hexes, diamonds, stars - all in a clear base.

This was two wiped coats (but with some brush jiggling to get nice placement of the big glitters) over Milani 3D, the gold scattered holo polish. The formula was good and all the glitters were very well behaved and lay perfectly flat with no curling at all.  Topped with a coat of Ulta3 Non Chip and Seche Vite.

I love me some gold polish - I would happily bathe in a vat of this!


  1. Ooh, damn. That is one bling-tastic gold glitter! I loooove it. And I don't normally love gold polishes.

  2. Oh, it's gorgeous! I wish Lynnderella shipped her polishes outside US :((

  3. So pretty! But the removal...! I feel like if I had this polish I'd use it once and then it would just sit because I neglect glitters :( maybe I should show mine some more love.

  4. Mega glitter bomb, my eyes don't know what to focus on.

  5. Spectacular, Golden Rules is the only one from the new collection that I want - so glad the glitter is nice & flat like SS

  6. I recently discovered Lynnderella and learned there was a whole world of blogs and people very dedicated to polish. LOVE IT! And I LOVE your blog! I was curious what you could recommend for base coat, top coat, etc. when using the Lynnderella polishes.
    Thanks so much!!!

    1. I always use Nail Tek Foundation II for base coat and Seche Vite Quick Dry top coat. If I need some extra top coat because the glitter is gritty, I use Ulta3 Non-chip (Australian brand) or some Gelous.

  7. Wow! I LOVE metallic polishes- glittered even more so! I have "Change" and now this is on my drool list, lol...bigger, blingier! Pour me a tubfull, too!

  8. Wozza! this polish is Chunks-ahoy :) how cool!

  9. I am just wondering, who can afford her polish. I have searched to buy more and the starting price on most of them is $40.00 at auction on eBay. Most end end at around $80.00. I can't afford that no matter how much I like her polish.


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