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Hello lovelies,

 

Today I want to show you two more Lynnderella polishes I got for review. I have previously reviewed only one single Lynderella polish (here) so I'm excited to show you more! Both are glitter polishes so prepare for some sparkling goodness!

 

Lynnderella Couture at the Navy Yard and ChelSea of Love - Review & Swatches

 

 

First up is Couture at the Navy Yard, a dark blue glitter mixed with dark blue holographic glitter in a lightly blue tinted base. Because the base is only tinted, it is not fully opaque in two coats so I have applied one coat over Zoya Ryan (very similar colour). It applied very nicely and easily and dried fast. It is glitter so it dried slightly gritty so I've applied topcoat as well.

Lynnderella Couture at the Navy Yard and ChelSea of Love - Review & Swatches
Lynnderella Couture at the Navy Yard and ChelSea of Love - Review & Swatches
Lynnderella Couture at the Navy Yard and ChelSea of Love - Review & Swatches

 

 

Second polish I've got here is ChelSea of Love, teal glitter bomb. This polish is the same as Couture at the Navy Yard only in teal shades. It has teal holographic glitter and larger teal glitter in a tinted base. I have applied one coat of ChelSea of Love over Essie Trophy Wife. The formula was slightly thicker yet manageable and I didn't have any problems with it. I needed topcoat to get smooth and glossy finish.

Lynnderella Couture at the Navy Yard and ChelSea of Love - Review & Swatches
Lynnderella Couture at the Navy Yard and ChelSea of Love - Review & Swatches
Lynnderella Couture at the Navy Yard and ChelSea of Love - Review & Swatches

 

 

I don't think I can choose my favourite, they are both sparkly and beautiful! Couture at the Navy Yard reminds me of a night sky and I'm beating myself up right now that I didn't do some star or galaxy nail art over it. I'm very happy with them despite having to layer them which could be problem for some.

 

Lynnderella polishes are available at their online store and eBay store. You can also check out the latest colours on their blog.

 

Have a great day and stay polished! Lucie x

 

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Hello lovelies,

 

Today I'm reviewing a Lynnderella polish! For the first time! I've never bought a Lynnderella because they were very hard to get at first and then I couldn't justify to pay the full price so I just abandoned my dream of having some 'Lynns'. Well you can imagine my excitement when I got offered few to review. Among others I chose glitter bomb Very Pretty Vampire.

 

Very Pretty Vampire has a clear base full of red, magenta and black glitter. It is best layered over another red or black base but I wanted to try the glitter polish by itself. I've applied 2 thick coats and at the very end I dabbed the glitter on to cover any gaps. It has got quite thick formula and later on got a little gloopy around the bottle neck. If it would be layered one coat over solid polish then it would be much better result and easier to do as well. It dried gritty, obviously so I applied one coat of thick topcoat (Seche Vite).

 

Lynnderella Very Pretty Vampire - Review & Swatches
Lynnderella Very Pretty Vampire - Review & Swatches
Lynnderella Very Pretty Vampire - Review & Swatches
Lynnderella Very Pretty Vampire - Review & Swatches

 

I like dark colours so Very Pretty Vampire was a no-brainer. I ended up wearing these nails for a night out :) They certainly felt very vampy and sexy on me, I like the glitter mix very much. Since it's a glitter I would recommend using peel off base coat or foil method for removal.

 

Lynnderella polishes are available at their online store and eBay store. You can also check out the latest colours on their blog.

 

Have a lovely day! Lucie x

 

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