Thursday, February 25, 2016

Lynnderella Orchid of the Year

Today I have a lovely fuchsia glitter bomb from my favorite enabler, Yvette. She knew I had been oogling this shade, and in her efforts to addict me to all the things, she sent me this...that sneaky minx.

Lynnderella Orchid of the Year

This is such a luscious fuchsia with a healthy mix of glitters. I want to wear it all over everything and cover everyone in it. Except I also want to peel this off my nails and stuff it back in the bottle so I can keep it forever. 

I don't have a problem. Nope.

This is the first glitter I've tried from this brand. It applies surprisingly easy. I only used two sparse coats here, and I am completely happy. It dried smoothly and I didn't even have to bust out the Gelous, though I did have it at the ready.

Lynnderella Orchid of the Year

Lynnderella Orchid of the Year

Lynnderella Orchid of the Year

Yvette is a terrible enabler, and I love her so. She makes some glorious jewelry with all your favorite polishes and has a horribly tempting destash. Beware. There will be something you want...

16 comments:

  1. This is freaking gorgeous! I'm glad to see I'm not the only who enjoys glitter bombs!

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  2. Now, that is a glitter bomb!! Beautiful! <3

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  3. Lynderella's are like crack. The first one causes the addiction.

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    1. Lynderellas. I was so excited I forgot the rules of grammar.

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  4. You are as much as an enabler as her. Just so you know!

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  5. How sweet of Yvette to send this to you. It's gorgeous!

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  6. This is so beautiful! Perfect perfect glitter.

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  7. No Gelous and still a smooth finish? Magic!

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  8. The road to perdition is paved with Lynnderella, yo.

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  9. I love that it's opaque and smooth in just two coats!

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  10. ohh i LOVE this one! So pretty and sparkly!

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  11. Pretty! I love polishes with circle glitter added!

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