Fun with Frankening

I’ve recently gotten into the hobby of making new nail polishes, through the magic of frankening.

 Care to see how it turned out?  Click through to see some colour…


What is Frankening, you ask?  It’s when you mix nail polishes together to make a new Frankenstein-esque nail polish.  I purchased some solvent-resistant glitters from an amazing seller on ebay (tweet me @ShawnaOhPlease if you want a link to the seller), I added them to my mixture, and voila!

I think it turned out pretty alright for my first time.  I’ll be sure to share any new successful frankens with you (But not the failures – one has already found its way to the garbage).  Until next time! – Shawna


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