Wednesday, December 30, 2015

LynBDesigns Back in the Abbey Again Collection Swatch and Review

**Press Samples**
LynBDesigns is starting the new year off with a BANG! Right out of the gate she is releasing a new collection inspired by Downton Abbey. The newest (and...sadly...final) season is starting on January 3rd, so why not release a collection inspired by it's beauty on the 1st?! Right?! Great way to start the new year! This Downton Abbey inspired collection is called Back in the Abbey Again Collection. It is a set of six, beautiful polishes that are sure to make you smile (before we are bound to have a season full of tears). 
**WARNING PICTURE HEAVY**
I'd Like to Call Her Sybil
I'd Like to Call Her Sybil is described as "a pink glass fleck base with golden shimmer, green fantasy flakies, and linear holo".
Shown is three coats of I'd Like to Call Her Sybil with top coat.
I'd Like to Call Her Sybil is a unique pink. She is delicate and feminine, yet strong and really makes you take notice of her. It is on the sheer side, but easily builds to be fully opaque in three thin coats.
$10
in direct light
in direct light

Golden Marigold
Golden Marigold is described as "a bronze gold glass fleck base with linear holo".
Shown is three coats of Golden Marigold with top coat.
Golden Marigold is that perfect shade of orange that is perfect on all skin tones. Just like the previous, it is a bit sheer, but fully opaque in three thin coats. 
$10
in direct light
in direct light

Grandpa Donk
Grandpa Donk is described as "a brown jelly base with brown metallic micro glitter and purple taupe flakes".
Shown is three coats of Grandpa Donk with top coat.
Grandpa Donk is a lovely milk chocolate, squishy jelly that is speckled with lovely flakes. If you love to stamp, use a gold or copper stamping polish over this for an amazing effect! (If you have a herringbone stamp, do that and tag me in it! It will totally look like an old sport coat.)
$8
in direct light
in direct light

Topsy Turvy World
Topsy Turvy World is described as "a darkened taupe shimmer base with linear holo".
Shown is three coats of Topsy Turvy World with top coat.
Topsy Turvy World is a stunning olive toned taupe. It is a beautiful alternative to a neutral, earth-tone. Lovely application! Fully opaque in two coats, but I did three for a little extra sparkle.
$10
in direct light
in direct light

Master George
Master George is described as "a bright green jelly base with golden flakey shimmer and linear holo".
Shown is three thin coats of Master George with top coat.
Master George is so playful. She captured his spirit in this beauty. Bright-eyed and curious, you'll find yourself getting lost in the flakey depths of this beauty!
$10
in direct light
in direct light

Vain and Silly Flirt
Vain and Silly Flirt is described as "a bright turquoise jelly base with hidden pink shimmer, blue glass fleck and glitter with linear holo".
Shown is three coats of Vain and Silly Flirt with top coat.
Vain and Silly Flirt is a stand out beauty that lives up to its name. It's gorgeous and it definitely knows it. It doesn't try to hide it's beauty either. As soon as it's on your nail, you'll be entranced and won't be able to look away.
$10
in direct light
in direct light

The Back in the Abbey Again Collection is lovely and well-rounded. I love that Jennalyn finds beauty in every small aspect of this show and can bring them to life with color. It will be available to purchase on January 1, 2016 at 7 pm EST. The bottles will range from $8 to $10. Not too shabby for these pretties. Follow LynBDesigns on all their social media platforms (links below) for updates on new collections and special sales. Make sure you join her fan group to be able to preorder collections in advance. You won't regret it!

I've also got swatches of a new version of an older polish. Nineteen Miles a Second was stunning, but the flakies used to make it were discontinued. She found a similar one to use as a replacement and now you've got this beauty! You can see my swatch of the original version here.


Nineteen Miles a Second is described as "a UCC flake that shifts from blue to pink to gold to green".
Shown is four coats of Nineteen Miles a Second with top coat.
Nineteen Miles a Second can be used on its own or as a topper. Either way it is absolutely lovely. The new version has flakies that are a bit larger than the others in size. Also, the blue segment doesn't show up as much as it used to. Either way, it is still a stunning flakie polish. You'll see just how versatile it really is.
$10
1 coat over OPI Suzi Has a Swede Tooth
1 coat over OPI Suzi Has a Swede Tooth
1 coat of OPI Suzi Has a Swede Tooth

Any of these jump out at you? Hard to pick a favorite...right?

LynBDesigns information:
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**The products in this post were provided to me by the manufacturer for photography and my honest review. All opinions are my own. I was not compensated.**

Happy Polishing!!

Becky  :o)

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