I found this awesome glitter at THE DOLLAR TREE CANADA! and had to whip up a franken ASAP. My heart was set on a pink/orange combo but this rediculously bright yellow flourecent glitter swayed me to whip up a 'Floam' like mani first.
I thought that the clear polish I usually use for fankens would dissolve the colour of the glitter but after two days there is still no bleeding......
I used a base of Wet n Wild White and applied 3 coats of my fanken 'Flim Flam!' This was a hungry glitter and even after 3 coats of TC it is still bumpy. I am excited to wip up at least 2 more of these with the neat glitter I found at THE DOLLAR TREE IN CANADA!!!!!
I also picked up some beads and a few other crafty things.... no nail polish this time. They had a few displays of Billie Cosmetics nail polish which was awesome, but I already have evey single one!
These are matte neon glitter, I think I will make a green and purple mix next. The other package of glitter is a sheer easter-grass-like glitter which also did well in the clear nail polish base I use....
Always have tape on hand to seal up these little packages of glitter!!!!
I mixed up the yellow and blue ( this is supposed to be a good photo of the re-sealed glitter packs )
stuff i used ( check out that settling )
clockwise from thumb - 1 coat, 2 coats and 3 coats with blobby touch-ups
here is 1 coat - note that texture, this was still bumpy after 2 coats of TC
..... and a few more photos
Did your glitter bleed at all?
Okay that looks awesome! Pretty much a floam dupe! I wish i could find those glitters at my local dollar store lol
Wow love it! I am going to have to find a Dollar Tree near me!
Oh I'm so jealous of your Dollar Tree, I haven't seen any in Ontario so I hope they're coming here too. Pretty awesome franken, I love it!
Very cute your nails.
You did a great job! This looks amazing!
This does look really similar to Floam! I like it!!
I HAVE THAT GLITTER! I was thinking of making the exact same polish lol. Did the glitter bleed at all?
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