Monday, January 7th, 2013

Lynnderella Connect the Dots Nail Lacquer
Lynnderella Connect the Dots Nail Lacquer

It’s Part of History: Lynnderella Connect the Dots

Lynnderella Connect the Dots Nail Lacquer ($22.50 for 0.50 fl. oz.) is–to me–one of the big deal lacquers in indie polish history. It contains a mix of black and white glitter an assortment of sizes that range from small, medium, large, and shapes that range from bar, circular, hexagonal, and square. This was the shade that made me sit up and take notice of niche polish, and it was as impressive in person as it was in photos after I received it. But I remember how in demand it was; how hard it was to get it; and it’s amazing to think how far indie nail polish has come since then.

I applied one coat of it over Essie Navigate Her, and then two coats of it alone on my thumb nail to show opacity of the glitter. One coat has good coverage as a layering shade, and I was able to get all of the different shapes, colors, and sizes out of the bottle without having to play go fish or dab or push the pieces into place. This is one of my favorite Lynnderellas, though at this time, there are more than few dupes and alternatives (including¬†Sticks ‘n Stones by Ninja Polish, Sephora Chaotic, and China Glaze Whirled Away–some are closer than others). ¬†The consistency is thin, quick to dry, and doesn’t feel too bumpy, though a thick top coat is highly recommended to lock the glitter into place.

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Lynnderella Connect the Dots Nail Lacquer Review, Photos, Swatches

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One coat has good coverage as a layering shade, and I was able to get all of the different shapes, colors, and sizes out of the bottle without having to play go fish or dab or push the pieces into place.

Product

9/10

Pigmentation

10/10

Texture

9.5/10

Longevity

9/10

Application

5/5

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Dupes
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Lynnderella Connect the Dots Nail Lacquer
Lynnderella Connect the Dots Nail Lacquer

Lynnderella Connect the Dots Nail Lacquer
Lynnderella Connect the Dots Nail Lacquer

Lynnderella Connect the Dots Nail Lacquer
Lynnderella Connect the Dots Nail Lacquer

Lynnderella Connect the Dots Nail Lacquer
Lynnderella Connect the Dots Nail Lacquer

Lynnderella Connect the Dots Nail Lacquer
Lynnderella Connect the Dots Nail Lacquer

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8 thoughts on “Lynnderella Connect the Dots Nail Lacquer Review, Photos, Swatches

  1. lore

    I prefer Ninja Polish’s “Sticks and Stones”, probably because it’s a bit more straightforward than this one. Plus, the price, omg. ^_^

  2. Eda

    Sephora’s new line of lacquers Sephora X has one that’s about as close as I’ve seen to connect the dots called Chaotic.

    Perhaps a comparison would be great Christine

  3. Profile wp-user-avatar wp-user-avatar-60 alignnone photo of Jackie Jackie

    I literally did the EXACT same manicure when I first got Connect the Dots!

  4. I’m not stingy when it comes to cost of polishes, but for $22.50, it’d better sing to me as I apply it.

  5. Kate

    Cute, but not $22.50 on up cute.

  6. MMM

    Umm. That is some price. I just looked at the ebay site and why is a NAIL POLISH going for $107? Crazy.

    • Profile wp-user-avatar wp-user-avatar-60 alignnone photo of Jane Jane Smith

      There people who are willing to pay it for a name. I, am not a huge fan of glitterbombs, and the larger multi shapes embedded in polish. So, a Lynnderella isn’t a brand for me. I prefer lush jellies or cremes. I do like holo but very fine. There are many beautiful polishes and ones to suit each of us. What I don’t like, crazy stalking and setting alarms for “stocking” events. A wish list or a prepay is just my style. Have a great week!