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Sunday, May 23, 2010

♥ 'Opal Radish'- franken ♥

3 coats of Opal Radish with 2 coats of Nailene Acrylic Strong Top Coat
 
 
I know I write this about every franken I make, but I am elated about this franken 'Opal Radish' and the other franken I made with Sally Hansen Opal Truth; 'My Precious'. I think they are marvelous and like a few other frankens I have made, I will be searching for a 'real' polish just like this.

I whipped this up using an older Sally Hansen Maximum Growth polish, and a few drops of another older polish; Hard As Nails 'Radish'. I used 3 older empty polish bottles and filled each one approximately half way with the Opal Truth, then added a few drops of polish colour. These 3 frankens were on the sheer side, and so I applied 3 to 5 thin coats waiting for each to dry - which didn't take long, thankfully.

Even though my franken-ing skillz have gotten pretty amazing over the year or so - it still hasn't stopped my from wanted to purchase every single bottle of polish I see at the grocery store/ department store. Thankfully there is alot of beautiful and decent quality polish available at those stores that are in-expensive and easily available.

Anyhoo- here is a bunch of photos- I have already worn this pretty franken in a chevron funky french HERE, but needed to wear this beauty on it's own and get some sunshine pic's for my records.



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 Sally Hansen 'Opal Truth' Frankens L to R - Opal Radish, Shower For Three, and My Precious
 -Below-
L to R - Opal Radish, and My Precious, Shower For Three w/ Top Coat

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 Sally Hansen Opal Truth, Sally Hansen 'Radish' China Glaze 'Shower Together', Claire's Matte Cobalt


The remnants of Sally Hansen Opal Truth

Shower for Three, My Precious, Opal Radish and Sally Hansen 'Blue It'


L to R - 
Sally Hansen Blue Me Away (Thumb)
Franken - Shower for Three
Franken My Precious
Franken Opal Radish
Sally Hansen 'Blue It' (pinky)

4 comments:

Lolitadewdrop said...

I really like the first one, kind of purple with a pink undertone. :) Well done.

Rebecca said...

You think up some really cool names for your frankens! These are really nice.

ABOP said...

Such rich purply goodness. Wow, you got a lot of mileage out of that bottle of Opal Truth!

ThRiSzHa said...

purple-Licious!!