above, 'Fir'(#5), 'un-named' (#2) & 'un-named' (#4)
below, 'Curtain's (#3), 'un-named' (#6) & 'un-named' (#1)
When I make frankens I like to do them in 'batches'. So for this collection, I have employed the lovely Nat Robbin's 'Greed' a vibrant shimmery grass green polish I found at an awesome dollar store in my town. This polish - 'Greed' is just a shade or two lighter then the Sally Hansen Extreme Wear in 'Emerald City', but is very thin and runny.... so it's a perfect base for frankens.
I added enough 'Greed' to fill these cute little polish bottles half way, then added various old eyeshadow I had laying around, or body shimmer I picked up last summer.
With what was left in this bottle of Nat Robbin's 'Greed' I just added some Billie 'French White' to create a lovely perfect St.Patrick's Day green and named it after the lovely Lucy, who always has kind, thoughtful words to add to everyone's comments.
Below- franken "Lucky Lucy"
The line -up.... not swatch of the 'Lucky Lucy' polish above yet!
- Nat Robbin's - 'Greed' poured into a teeny cute bottle b/f/ frankening
My newest Batch of frankens, all made with Nat Robbin's 'Greed'
- "empty bottles" -