Saturday, April 3, 2010

♥ Franken - 'Shenanigans' ♥

2 coats of franken 'Shenanigans' with 1 coat of Nailene T.C.

( I have like, 17 mani's waiting to be posted - this is an older one from around St.Paddy's Day )

Dang - as soon as I applied T.C. to the last nail, I banged my middle finger into my desk top - nothing some glitter or nail art cant fix. I made this franken with a base of Nat Robbin's 'Greed' and some white body shimmer and a few drops of a black glossy polish. It turned out awesome and exactly the shade of green I hoped for.

below the white body shimmer I use for most frankens

All my frankens made with this white body shimmer; which is an old, oooold Caboodles body shimmer I scored for .50 cents at an awesome bargain store in my town, usually end up having an easy to work with formula. I have found using an already colored polish, instead of clear, I manage to make frankens that apply alot better and do not separate as drastically, then those made with just clear polish. Some frankens I have made with clear are very difficult to shake and mix up after they have been sitting around for a few months. So when those sheer or buff french manicure-type shades of polish are in a bargain bin for .50 cents = snap them up, they make great frankens!

fluroescent lighting

2 coats with no T.C. = pre clean-up

uuuuummmmm - the color here is all off,

fluroescent lighting

fluorescent lighting


WizardsOfBling said...

WoW! Love that polish. Great job!

Skulda said...

This is an awesome polish! Great work! Very cool.

Alisa said...

You make great frankens. This one is awesome!

Deez Nailz - Canadas most fabulous hand model said...

♥ WizardsOfBling -Thanks! This one really impressed me.

♥ Skulda - Thanks! I love this one.

♥ Alisa - Thanks! Frankening is fun and addictive I try to make a new 'collection every 2 months♥