Saturday, September 15, 2012

Lynnderella I Don't Mean Rhinestones


This was the first of the Summer Solstice collection that I wore a while back. Props to myself for getting this up so quickly...





One coat of I Don't Mean Rhinestones (but diamonds!) over one of DR 115. Super saturated regular and holographic teal hexes and diamonds. The holo glitters give off a lovely glowing property also makes it look more blue in sunlight. IDMR is loaded with glitter and would probably be opaque by itself in 2-3 coats.

Lynnderella is available here.

18 comments:

  1. Love it! It's so sparkly

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  2. That is stunning!!  Your nails look so long here, Stef!

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  3. Beautiful combo!! So shiny and pretty!

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  4. Love it! And the teal base you used

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  5. omg this is such a pretty combo! i love how the two colors complement each other--and those glitters! so stunning :D

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  6. Thanks! The teal is gorgeous. Really rich

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  7. Thanks Lauren! Yeah, I'm keeping them slightly longer these days. I haven't gotten the urge to hack at them yet! XD

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  8. Gorgeous combo!  Maybe one of my favorites yet!  

    Separately from that...do you have a post up for tips & tricks for a newbie (or a site that you recommend)?  I'm just getting into all of the fun combinations and have yet to have a smudge-free mani no matter how long I wait.  I remember you saying in an earlier post that you had done a mani, got dressed, and put on makeup in 15 minutes!  I swear, I sit and wait for my nails to dry for at least an hour, and I still have issues =/

    Thanks!!!

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  9. I don't have any posts of my own--but check out lacquerized.com She has a ton of very informative posts! And as for your situation, have you tried a quick dry top coat? My manicures are dry within 5-15minutes (depending on thickness). Changed my life! LOL

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  10. Thanks for the help - I'll definitely check out that site!  Yes, I do have a quick dry top coat, but the layers underneath aren't quite dry yet, I guess because they're so thick, so it will usually still get messed up.  I guess practice makes perfect, so I'll just keep trying until I get it right! =)

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  11. Hi Stef! Reading you for the first time after I got your guest post in my inbox!  Fantastic stuff!

    One question - where do you get your DR nail polishes?  I did a google for them and all I get is "Doctor Nail Polish" :)

    I looooove the teal 115! I wants!  :D

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