Saturday, September 7, 2013

New To Me Indie! LynBDesigns: Oobleck, Don't Torture Me, & This Is Halloween

So excited for this post! After SO many recommendations and rave reviews from friends, I decided to try LynBDesigns polish. In addition to my order, the sweet creator sent me a couple polishes to review, too. Let's take a look!


Sidenote: I love that the labels have the names on them! It isn't common, but it's oh so appreciated when done correctly. How cute are these bottles?

Oobleck! is from the Dr. Seuss collection. It is an awesome spring green with slight shimmer. This is three thin coats with HK Girl topcoat. The formula was really nice. The color was sheer but 3 coats built up beautifully! The pics below have flash.



This is Halloween is a glitterbomb polish! It comes from the Nightmare Begins collection. This is one complex polish, so I am turning to the site for the description:

"This is Halloween- A gorgeous deep purple base with copper colored duochrome. It's loaded with purple and orange smaller glitters."


My swatches show three thin coats. This was a little thicker since it is FULL of glitters and micro glitters. I tried it over orange but it is not pictured because it threw off the color. This is just three coats of TIH with topcoat to smooth it. It really shines under the flash!


Last, but certainly not least, is the gorgeous blue flakkie Don't Torture Me from the "Dweam Wiffim a Dweam" collection. My swatch shows two coats of DTM with topcoat.


Love this color and the flakkie effect. The formula was slightly thick due to the flakkies, but not too thick to work with...and totally worth it for this effect. One coat of HK Girl smoothed it down.


Overall, I am a huge fan of LynBDesigns polish! There are a TON in her store - something for every taste. You can find the etsy store HERE and definitely check her out on Facebook HERE because she has some really great sales and FB exclusive coupon codes.


PS: Shout out to my buddy Bre - The Good Witch of the Midwest - who did swatches for LynB!Follow her on FB here!

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