Sunday, March 18, 2012

Shatter Me Claire Franken March Competition

Claire from Shatter Me Claire is having a franken competition. The entries are closed but you can now vote on your favourite! I used this competition as an excuse to make me create a franken. I bought a heap of frankenpolish supplies from Beauty World a few months ago and didn't really get around to making anything.

Here's my entry:
Dare to Wear - Peacock
2 coats

Peacock is small purple, blue and green hex glitters in a blue jelly base. The name peacock didn't really come to mind until after I had put it on. I used two coats of Seche Vite and it's still a little bumpy. This is my first real franken, before this I've only created disasters. I couldn't picture what it would look like in my head before creating it but I'm happy with how it turned out.

Ingredients (5ml bottle):
(I used the large end of a sea monkeys spoon to measure out the dry ingredients) 


6 spoons of Fuschia Solvent stable glitter 0.015 Hex
4 spoons of Blue Solvent stable glitter 0.015 Hex
2 spoons of Green Solvent stable glitter 0.015 Hex
10 drops of Tinted lacquer Base Ferric Ferrocyanide ( dark blue)
Fill the rest of the bottle with Untinted Lacquer Base

 
Make sure you have a look at all the entries and vote on your favourite one here. Voting closes 30th March.

22 comments:

  1. Oh!! You did great on this....gorgeous :)

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  2. This is so nice, the combination of colours work so well - great job :) Will we see more frankens from you in the future? I hope so!!

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    1. I want to make more! I still need to make holo and colour changing topcoats, I have the pigments for ages now! :)

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  3. This is gorgeous! You did such an amazing job ):

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  4. Wooooahhh, pure perfection, if you ask me, I LOVE the color combo, I might just have to vote for it :)

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  5. I love it! Such a pretty combo! Have you tried putting basecoat on over the bumpy glitter before Seche Vite? It works really well for me, I use Orly Bonder :)

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    1. I haven't tried it but I will try that for my next glitter. Thanks :)

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  6. OMG. That is such a pretty glitter. :)

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  7. oh my god this is the most beautifull franken i have ever seen. Nice work, I LOVE these glitters! The colours remind me of the rainbow fish book :)

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    1. Thank you :) Oh yeah they do look like the rainbow fish book! :)

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