Sorry for the lack of posting over the last couple of days. The kiddo and I have both been a little under the weather and I'm in the process of getting everything ready for when I open up shop in a few weeks.
It's a little scary for me to think about the time and energy (and money) I've spent on my polishes and the possibility that I might fail.
Speaking of money, here is Lynnderella I Can Afford It! It's a clear-based lacquer with green hex and square glitters, with some purple and orange squares sprinkled throughout.
Bottle macro shot:
And here is I Can Afford It! on the nails:
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I opted to pair I Can Afford It! with Julep Leah, a grass green that has the slightest hint of shimmer to it:
Here's another swatch shot:
As you can see from my photos, the glitter in I Can Afford It! has a bend/curl to it. This makes me nervous since I shelled out $15 plus shipping/handling for the polish. Maybe it's just a reflective curl -- only time will tell on this. I added a coat of OPI topcoat and it took away any texture issues.
There is a lot of drama surrounding the Lynnderella brand, but at the end of the day all that matters to me is a good (or bad) product.