I have a few more, and there are many more to come >_<, polishes I have been meaning to swatch and haven't gotten around to it until now. The bottle shots with these were done with my new camera, so I apologize that the close up shots don't look as amazing. I took these swatches a few days ago to give myself a few days to play with my new camera :P I liked the bottle shots so much though I included them in this post even if they look a bit off in comparison. Anyways, on to the Lynnderella polishes!
Little Slice of Heave is described as assorted translucent neon pink and white glitters with a hint of blue iridescence and cool hot pink shimmer in a clear base. All nails are 2 coat of Little Slice of Heaven over 2 coats of Physicians Formula light gray (post here) with no top coat.
A light gray was probably not the best choice to layer this polish over because the white glitters got lost on it. But hey look how it made those pink glitters pop! Fun game: try to find the star glitter in the close up shot below! :P It took me a little bit to figure it out after I took photos and it was still on my nails. >_<
Pentimento is a predominantly white, multi glitter mix. I used 2 coats over Pure Ice Last Chance (post here) and a top coat of Seche Vite.
I've used Pentimento before, just never showed it off on here, and I have to say it looks amazing over any color you choose! ;) When I was swatching the Pure Ice polishes from the last post, I knew Last Chance needed a fun glitter mix over top with it and Pentimento just screamed out "Pick me!". Well played Pentimento, well played.
Witch Cauldron Was It? is a little bit of everything from Lynn's amazing glitter filled pot. Orange glitters making up a majority of the color. Here I used 2 coats of Witch Cauldron Was It? over MAC Steamy and a top coat of Seche Vite.
Not sure why I chose to layer this over pink. Could be because Steamy is my go to pink polish and it was looking a little lonely in the drawer or because I'm still on a Valentine's Day kick. Either way Witch Cauldron Was It? looks great over pink and even gives off a Spring time look. Polishes can be worn anytime of year, no matter which holiday they were created for. ;)