So to start this glittery night sky goodness off, I used one coat of Zoya Song, which is a deep shimmery blue from the Fall 2012 collections. I will admit that cleanup on this was terrible since I keep forgetting to go out and buy a new makeup brush to use for cleanup, but it still looked gorgeous! Seems to have light blue glass flecks no? One coat of Seche Vite on top for a fast dry and beautiful shine.
Finally it was time for the Lynn. I was a bit nervous. When I took the brush out of the bottle, the formula was not as thick as Cauldron Drippings, so I had high hopes. The base was a shimmery charcoal grey with silver micro shimmer. The hexes were perfectly dispersed with silver and rainbow glitteriness. I let a drop or 2 drip off into the bottle, and then I applied it. I couldn't believe it. It went on so nice and smooth! Perfect coverage in one coat! One coat! And with the nice way it applied, I could happily wear this alone with 2-3 coats if I wished. The shimmer and rainbow iridescence was unbelievable! With 2 coats of Seche Vite on top, this really looked like a shimmery night sky to me. My camera just doesn't do it justice. Cauldron Drippings was a fluke. I will happily keep this Lynn forever. I may even save up for a while to buy another! 9/10 for application and 10/10 for glitter. Bravo Lynn.
In shade to really show the night sky and rainbow effect