#FF : Moonstone

Hi girls! This week I decided to play with spectraflair a bit more. I wanted to franken a topcoat so I just used clear nail polish and pigment.

Here it is, one coat over Misa Office Polish-tics :

Moonstone Franken

Moonstone Franken

Moonstone Franken
Moonstone Franken
Moonstone Franken


I'll try and post a few more color combinations with Moonstone in the next few days. If you have any requests, I'd love to read about them in the comments.
I wish you all a great weekend!


If you want to have more informations about spectraflair, you can read my previous post here or better yet have a look on MUA.

26 comments:

  1. WOW this looks amazing!!
    I've been wanting to do a holo topcoat with my spectraflair. Would you mind telling which clear topcoat you used?

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  2. I am drooling. This is awesome. I was so hesistant to order spectraflair, but maybe I should reconsider. It is awesome!

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  3. @ChaosButterfly I just used clear polish, not topcoat. I don't think topcoats should be used for frankens.
    xoxo.

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  4. i'm completely in love with holos at the moment and so this one was just amazing!!!!

    could you try it over h&m's peppermint fusion?? you nown the perriwinkle blue with the almost lilac sheer???

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  5. I have a question about frankening...I have some glitters that I used to use in my craft business, but I'm wondering if you use a glitter that is heavy, as opposed to a lighter flake, will it fall and be too heavy to create a good polish?

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  6. Make a dark green holo!!! Unless you've already done that, which I'm sure I would have remembered.

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  7. I would love to see it over Red. A little darker red, not like tomatoes or Santa :)

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  8. That is insanely awesome. Where do you get the pigment now that you can't find it on ebay?

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  9. nice effect! how'd I wish we have that particular brand in our country. I love nail polishes! I have been lemming to bright colors lately since its summer

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  10. I have a queastion for you.. What is franken? I googled it and found that it was a place in germany. However I think it means something else when you write it. Of I hope so :) By the way, I love love love the moonstone polish, it's beautiful!

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  11. Am now following your blog by the way :)

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  12. @Ru$h duly noted!
    @polarbelle Glitters can settle/sink at the bottom of the bottle if you use regular polish. If you don't want them to sink, you can get a special supension base (TKB has some)or start your franken with a polish that already has a bit of glitter (and then suspending agent in its formula). Otherwise you'll have to shake your bottles everytime you want to use them :(
    @thenailaholic The same seller has them on ecrater. There's a link at the end of last week's FF post.
    @StineN franken=frankenpolish. It's a nail polish that you create by mixing several polishes together or polish with glitter/pigment.

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  13. That's one awesome topcoat! *drools*

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  14. Tagged you for the Top 10 Award!!!!! http://thenailaholic.blogspot.com/2011/06/top-10-award.html

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  15. i'm in love with it <3
    trop beau ce franken ! bravo

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  16. what brand is "moonstone" ?

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  17. @Anonymous It's a franken, that means that it's a polish I created by mixing polishes or in this case polish+pigment.
    xoxo.

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  18. Rather! This was a very amazing submit. Thanks to your furnished data.

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  19. I love holo polishes! I just wish that I owned more of them! xx

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