Wednesday, February 13, 2013

Lynnderella Love You!, Parfait d'Amour and Sugared Violet

Morning everyone! In light of Valentine's Day quickly approaching I'm going to try to squeeze in all my Valentine themed polishes over the next two days. So this will be one of two posts for today. Hopefully no one minds that! :) I understand that just because these polishes may be themed for a certain holiday doesn't mean you can't wear them after the fact, but I got so far behind and never have finished up posting all my Christmas themed polishes it was a small goal of mine to conquer one holiday! :P So first up we have a few Lynnderella polishes!

Love You! is assorted red, white, lavender, purple, periwinkle and pink glitters in a clear base. All nails are 2 coats of Love You! over Butter London Disco Biscuit and a top coat of Seche Vite.
Periwinkle, heart and larger hex glitters *swoon*. The lighter glitters help the darker ones really pop, but not make them overpowering. In short, I Love It! ;)
Parfait d’Amour has a shimmery blue base with red and violet glitters mixed with red hearts and blue iridescent flecks. I used 2 coats of Parfait d’Amour over Fing'rs Gray (from their Nail Tattoo Kit) and a top coat of Seche Vite.
I've tried to avoid using just black or gray bases, but they sometimes just really are best for the polish. ;) All the glitter really glows over a darker base color, even in low light. A perfect combonation of red and purple glitters! :)
Sugared Violet is described as assorted lavender, periwinkle and white glitters in a purple-sparked clear base. Lavender and white hearts with violet microglitter and pinpoint blue iridescence are scattered in the mix. I started with 2 coats of Takko Lacquer We're All Mad Here and added 2 coats of Sugared Violet with a top coat of Seche Vite. 
The shards are my favorite part about this polish and they show up perfectly over We're All Mad Here. Sugared Violet's combination of lighter glitters makes it very girly and soft, but the bits of lavender and periwinkle gliters and the shards really make it unique and different.

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