Swatches of Emily de Molly's 3 "Forces" Shades!

Posted on August 15, 2013 by Wenche Angelinn

Today I have swatches of (and some tips for applying) the Emily de Molly "Cosmic Forces", "Oceanic Forces" and "Dark Forces" :)

I actually heard some customers had problems with these colors, the application and the drying time, and getting the circles on the brush. So here is what I did:

I placed all the bottles upside down for a few minutes. If you do this the large circles will come easier on your brush.

I started off with a base coat (Cult Nails Get it On has been a favourite of mine for quite some time now). After dry, I applied a very thin coat of the polish without taking any large glitters on the brush, remember this one is with a jelly base so you have to build it up to coverage. I also put on  a second coat without any large glitters. In the third coat I put on the circle glitters and I hardly had to fish at all after them. I also used an orange stick to move the circles where I wanted them. And to get full coverage and some layering effect I put on a fourth coat.

To get it to dry I first used the Nailstation Dry Drops and some CND Solar Spray, finishing it all off with the Cult Nails Wicked Fast topcoat. I did not have any more problems with these polishes than other independant glitters. The Dark Forces were a little thick, so it were more difficult than the others, but remember, use thin coats.

Pictures are taken with flash. I tried to take without flash but it didn't quite show the effect correctly I think.








Posted in cosmic forces, dark forces, emily de molly, oceanic forces, review, swatches, tips

Lynnderella Talismans and Birthstones

Posted on July 04, 2013 by Wenche Angelinn K.

I just thought I would put these all in one blog-post so you can see them all at once.

Garnet Grace
(January) is a dense mix of red, burgundy and purple accented with green and orange microglitter in a clear base.



Amethyst Devotion (February) is made with assorted shades and shapes of purple and lavender glitter accented with red and magenta in a multi-shimmered clear base.



Aquamarine Calm (March) contains a variety of light cyan glitters highlighted with a sprinkle of pure cyan and scattered tiny holographic silver stars in a turquoise-shimmered clear base.



Diamond Light (April) is a new holographic made with silver and pink dots and diamonds dusted with assorted microglitters. Clear base.




Emerald Hope (May) is a green multiglitter in a clear base. Very complex. (Old version)



Moonstone Magic (June) is full of white moons and stars, assorted white shapes, various blue iridescents, tiny holographic silver stars and rainbow dust in an intense blue-shimmered clear base.



Ruby Passion (July) is made with magenta, red, purple and rose glitters in a pink-shimmered clear base.



Peridot Power
(August) contains translucent neon yellow and lime hexagons as well as chatreuse glitters accented with microglitters in a clear base.




Sapphire Starfire
(September) is a dense blue multiglitter in a strong blue-shimmered clear base. (Old Version)



Opal Intuition (October) is all about with blue, green and orange iridescents accented with neon pink and lilac holographic microglitter in a blue-shimmered clear base.




Topaz Optimism (November) contains assorted golds and satin yellow glitters in a clear base.



Tanzanite Truth (December) has blue violet, purple and blue glitters in a multi-shimmered clear base.



Karma Carnelian (wild card) is a mix of reds and oranges in a shimmering translucent red-orange base.




Posted in Lynnderella, swatches, talismans & birthstones

Swatch: Lumina Lacquer Spring in Iceland

Posted on April 02, 2013 by Wenche Angelinn K.

This is the beautiful Lumina Lacquer Spring in Iceland over Essie Avenue Maintain (from the spring collection).

Today is World Autism Awareness Day, so many bloggers paint their nails blue.

Lumina Lacquers are so packed with glitter that there are no fishing involved. She has the most amazing color combinations. It's pretty difficult to capture the shimmer in this but I tried my best.


Posted in awareness, blue, Lumina Lacquer, spring in iceland, swatches