Tuesday, April 30, 2013

Lynnderella Merry With Berries, Mortal Kumquat & Poinsettia Mocktail

Hey everyone! I know later post than normal. :P It was a nice day and I had to drag myself inside to write up this post. ;) If you quickly jumped into the photos you are probably wondering what the heck bottles these are. My super awesome friend Maggie was kind enough to send me decants of some Lynnderella polishes she owned and I wanted to show them off because they are amazing and so is she. ;)

Merry With Berries is described as dark green squares and matte green shards accented with magenta and red “berries” and green microglitter in a green-shimmered base clear base. I used 1 coat over 2 coats of Zoya Solange and a top coat of Seche Vite.
Yet another polish I am clearly behind the seasons on. :P I think over a yellow base it makes it a little more "Springy". ;) One of my favorite things about swatching Lynnderella polishes are seeing close up shots and really getting an up close and personal view of that fun shimmer!
Mortal Kumquat has a orange "juice-like" base with intense pink shimmer and iridescent violet and blue flakes and hexagons. All nails are 1 coat of Mortal Kumquat over Barielle Berry Blue and a top coat of Seche Vite.
Love this polish! When I was younger there was a kumquat tree next to my sister's and my swing set and I remember eating them every so often. Don't only does this polish conjure up old memories, it's also beautiful! 
Poinsettia Mocktail has red and green holographic glitter with a touch of matte yellow-green neon mini-hexagons in a sheer red base. It was created to honor national Poinsettia Day, December 12th. I used 3 coats with a top coat of Seche Vite.
I know, I know another holiday polish. :P I wore this polish around for a few days because the red base and holographic glitters are just a match made in heaven and I couldn't stop staring at my nails. I didn't feel out of place wearing it at the end of April, so I still stick to my "polish has no season" theory. ;)

Again the bottles shown here are decants from a friend and Lynnderella does not sell minis. I just don't want thinking that way! ;) You can purchase Lynnderella polishes on Lynnderella.com and if you are in Europe through Norway Nails.  Follow all the Lynnderella fan pages on FacebookTwitterInstagram and Tumblr.
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