Shade. You can see the metallic finish coming out most on the index finger
Flash... oh, hello holo! Fancy meeting you here...
So this is California Raisin folks. She spread easily, did not pool, was opaque in two thick coats, and self leveled well. Dry time was a bit above average.
So if you are still with me, I'm super excited to tell you about the next series I have planned for the blog! I know that alot of you may be curious about frankening but maybe on an even smaller scale than what I am doing now. So that being said, I'm introducing the Drugstore Digits series. In this series I plan to make my frankens ENTIRELY out of polishes that can be found easily in a drugstore, Walmart, Target, Sally's, etc. thus making these frankens very easily accessible! I'm looking forward to seeing what we can come up with! Again, any suggestions are welcomed!
Well that's all for today ladies, I hope everyone has a great and safe St. Patty's Day! Don't get pinched! And remember to always keep it classy and creative!
Today's Supplies Came From:
TKB Luster Base and Magic Diamond Base: TKB Trading
Sephora By OPI Dangerous purple nail polish: Sephora
Prismatic Platinum Illusion Powder size 35 micron: Wonder Beauty Products