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Icicle Blue Franken

Though I’m right on the equator now, I have spent a lot of time in freezing cold places, and I know a lot of your guys are currently in the brunt of winter, so here’s any icy shade for all … Continue reading

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Chanel Haute Chocolat Franken

This is my so-so attempt at frankening Chanel Haute Chocolat. I’m not a huge Chanel fan. It’s very big in Japan, but  it’s even more expensive here than in the US- like $35 US in Tokyo. It’s luxurious and glamourous, … Continue reading

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Black and White Marble

Well, my original post got eaten somehow. Here’s some burgundy nails with black and white marbling for a gray Monday in Japan. The burgundy base is made of Essie Clutch Me If You Can (or just mix creme red with … Continue reading

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A Dracula Franken

I should do a true Franken-stein, but for now it’s Dracula. This one actually had to be done on nail tips. I wanted teeny Dracula heads on the pinkies but am nowhere near dexterous enough to accomplish that by myself. … Continue reading

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Nars Zulu Franken

There’s a mythical color out there called Zulu, made by Nars. It was a dark forest green creme, limited edition. Lots of gals are drooling over this color and apparently it’s being scalped on eBay for ridiculous amounts. I’ve never … Continue reading

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Pale Thistle

This is a grayed out light lavender. To make it, take creme red + medium blue and make a tiny amount of purple. (Or just use a medium purple polish). It just needs one tiny drop. Add some creme white … Continue reading

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