Lynnderella’s Halloween Collection for 2012 on Ebay this week!


Evermore is dedicated to two friends: One lovely and brainy and the other a dear feline who has departed for other realms. The ravens may say “Nevermore,” but the tabby said “Evermore….” And that’s just about how long we will love and miss you. This lacquer contains multiple black shapes with a potent multi-coloured microglitter (think One Nutty Fruitcake amplified). When viewing swatches, how many silhouettes do you see up there? Is that a bird on the Kiwi Fruit? We’re calling this the Rorschach effect. Application may require patience and skill.

The Stars in Her Eyes…. are pentagrams. Large and very tiny (and oh so adorable) holographic stars with intense gray and black holographic hexagons in a clear base. Application may require patience and skill due to the tiny stars being slightly thicker than other glitter with a slight tendency toward temperamental behaviour.

Ghost of a Chance has multiple- sized and shaped translucent white and pastel glitters in a sheer multi-shimmer base with a dash of rainbow dust. Inspired by the wardrobes of wraiths and fashionable ghosts attending New York Fashion Week.

Once in a Blue Rune replaces Bibbitty Bobbitty Boo Blue and Mademoiselle Violette de Bleu. Violet-leaning blue with cobalt holographic and a hint of deep purple. (Runes are part of an ancient alphabet and are sometimes used for incantations and divination…)

The Bride Turned Blue is a new version of The Bride of Franken and contains electric blue multi-sized glitter (like the flaky glitter from Maybelline Colorama Lights of Lilac) with holographic rainbow dust, pink and blue sparks in a sheer periwinkle base.

NightShade has an overall appearance of navy, but contains assorted dark shades and vivid black holographic sparks that give the appearance of numerous red eyes in a very dark forest. Clear base.

Early Halloween is a multi-glitter with a predominantly blue-violet background and accents of orange, green, gold, black and white. Clear base. Slightly challenging application requires dabbing and pushing to create even coverage.

ShapeShifter is a new version with approximately 25% more glitter. Includes tiny silver holographic stars as well as hearts, moons, butterflies, hexagons, squares, flowers and micro-glitter in a clear base.

She Lived in a Swamp is also a new version. Now with a clear base and about 25% more glitter. Multiple sizes of sea green, chartreuse, gold and mossy green hexagons and squares as well as yellow-green holographic hexagons.

Witch Cauldron Was It? replaces Cauldron Drippings. Like the original, it is also a random glitter: every bottle is intentionally different. This version is chunkier with a predominance of orange plus whatever happens to be in the cauldron at the moment and delicious orange holographic microglitter.

UnDead Red is a complicated mix of metallic and matte reds as well as holographic and iridescent blue glitters in a red base. Ever so slightly warmer red than Ruby Red Ruby.
Very Pretty Vampire is also a new version. Now with a clear base and about 25% more glitter. Multiple sizes of burgundy hexagons and squares in a dark blood-red base with scattered black and red multi-sized accents.

VamPink is burgundy, magenta and holographic. A chunky mix that will need lots of topcoat and has an overall holographic berry appearance.

Love Potion No. 99.9 is a new formula about with about 25% more glitter. Purple and violet hexagons and squares with micro-red glitter in a cool violet base. Multiple shapes, sizes and violet holographic glitter.
The new collection will be available on ebay within the week. Custom sets are also created when stock allows. Please contact Paul at the ebay store if there are any lacquers from past collections that you are looking for.
Thank you.
9 September 2012
 [ Blog post from Lynnderella’s website]


Um.. I wish I would have never seen this on Instagram, because now I want about half of them! Last week I broke down and purchased 6 Lynnderella polishes on Ebay.


Sweets to the sweet

Shape Shifter

One Nutty Fruitcake


Love, Lace and Lilacs

Boy-Girl Party


I wish, I would have waited a couple of days because now there is a new Shape Shifter, and do you see all of those glitter shapes!!!! I just want to swim in her polishes..

I could see myself covered in

The Stars in her eyes…

Shape Shifter

Witch Cauldron was it? ( Because I have been dying to get my hands of Cauldron drippings 😦 )

Early Haloween

Very Pretty Vampire


Love Potion N. 99.9

Ghost of a chance


I love Halloween, It’s my favorite holiday and I wait for it all year round, which makes me want this collection just of the simple fact that it’s Halloween themed.



– Megan


20 Responses to “Lynnderella’s Halloween Collection for 2012 on Ebay this week!”
  1. Ahhhh all these combinations are just dreamy!! I wish I could own them all! I especially loved ‘Witch Cauldron was it?’ from the first selection and then the ‘Once in a Blue Rune’ such pretty colours 😀

  2. whatthenail says:

    I love this collection! Beautiful!

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  4. lanerbell says:

    I want all of them!!!

  5. lilvovo says:

    Oh man… I want all of these. T.T

  6. eeveenails says:

    Oh man…this is so not good…I’ve bought so many Halloween polishes already this past month and seeing some of these resurrections is driving me crazy (have had a lemming for Bride of Franken, Cauldron Drippings and Mlle Violette de Bleu for soooo longgg!)

  7. Really really like the swatches I see of Lynderella and whilst I’m not discounting ever getting one, due to the price, I’m waiting out for one that I really must have. 🙂 I also don’t know how I’m gonna get a bottle if she doesn’t ship out of the US. Maybe good thing. :p

  8. Oooooooooooooooooooooooooooh pretty

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