Tuesday, May 14, 2013

Lynnderella Nail Polish Haul Part 1 - Chocolotta Love, Kabbalah Bracelet, Boy-Girl Party, Blue Rouge

More Lynnderellas today :D
I got these about a month ago and just didn't have the time to edit all the photos, so I'm going to post them all up for you today!
I've split up this haul into 3 parts so this post isn't too heavy and dense, but if you want to see all my Lynn posts, just click on the "lynnderella" tag at the end of this post, as well as in my "labels" sidebar on the right.
The four colors in this post are:

  • Chocolotta Love - clear base PACKED with brown microglitter, then bigger pieces of brown in various sizes of hexes. Mixed in are turquoise, purple, red, yellow and green square pieces. The glitter in this is very very dense so you only need one coat to get a good amount of glitter on your nail, which is always a plus.
  • Kabbalah Bracelet - this is a reddish orange tinted base with a lot of stringy red glitter, and then a mix of blue, green, yellow, red and orange hexes mixed in. This is perfect for the name. For those of you that grew up in the 2000s, I hope you remember that whole Kabbalah fad. 
  • Boy-Girl Party - slightly purple toned reddish tinted base with a mix of red, blue and purple glitter in various sizes and shapes. This has a very dense packing of glitter as well. 
  • Blue Rouge - very similar in texture to Chocolotta Love in that it's a clear base packed with a ton of periwinkle microglitter, then a mix of that same color in slightly bigger pieces. There's a pale blue larger hex. And if you look really closely, there's a very slight red microglitter as well. It's most apparent over black.

Lynnderella polishes are expensive at about $23 a piece, and can be purchased on eBay. I really quite love these glitters, because they're so unique, but I highly recommend looking through various available colors and thoroughly researching the colors before committing to buy them, especially if you're not a collector like I am.
I will say that if you have Forget You Not, you may not need Blue Rouge. 
The swatches down below (in the photo with the 4 swatches, from R-L) are on it's own, over white, over black then over a color.
For Chocolotta Love - OPI Suzi Says Da
Kabbalah Bracelet - OPI Color So Hot It Berns
Boy-Girl Party - OPI Funky Dunkey
Blue Rouge - Essie Boxer Shorts

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