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Saturday, May 14, 2011

American Apparel - Hassid and ABOP Flaky Franken

APPLICATION: Smooth
COATS: 1 of each
SOURCE: American Apparel Store, Flaky topcoat made from Covergirl Boundless Color - Pink Twinkle and multiple Golden Rose Scale Effect polishes.
COMMENTS: I'm not big on putting flaky polishes over black, but to show all the colors in my flaky franken I had no choice but to use black as the base. Hassid is a great one-coat black so served this purpose well. Don't sleep on Covergirl Pink Twinkle people, it constitutes1/2 of the franken! The other half is bits of at least 5 different Golden Rose Scale effects - and I don't remember which ones or proportions, sorry.



The franken is half of this (no topcoat here):

and bits of some of these:

Here's the franken (no topcoat here):

After topcoat:

Up close - the smaller gold-ish flakes are Pink Twinkle:

20 comments:

  1. OMG, I love love LOVE that Franken! It's amazing!

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  2. Oh my gosh, that is just gorgeous!

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  3. That is awesome! I bet it would look sweet over a burnished gold or olive green.

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  4. *jealous* Excellent flakie franken. LOVE the colors. I'm dying to get my hands on those Golden Rose flakies. I even emailed Golden Rose USA and they said they are discontinued so I'm waiting to find someone overseas to swap me for some. Beautiful, simply beautiful!

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  5. Oh yes! I love flakies! Just so beautiful. Well done.

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  6. This is gorgeous, flaky heaven!

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  7. That is one of the prettiest frankens I have ever seen. *drool*

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  8. This looks so pretty! I don't really like flakies on black either but it does make them stand out much more(:
    I've never heard of the covergirl polishes, do they still have them around? or are these older?

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  9. Another fantastic franken.

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  10. That is an amazing franken! what colors have you worn it over?

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  11. This is gorgeous! I think I may have to give flakies frankening a try!

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