Here's a view from my bedroom window, though I wish you could see the wind:
Why not mix some nail polishes together? Genius!
In total I made three frankens today, tested out one I made but never tried, and experimented with layering two polishes. The first one I made today was a mix of Misa's Pour Me Something Tall and Strong and a Sally Hansen silver chrome. I wish it would have come out slightly darker but what can you do? That will be shown on my index finger. The second one was a mix of the same blue Misa and OPI's Banana Bandanna. A beautiful mint green! Very pleased! Shown on my ring finger. And the third one I made was a mixture of an old pink diamond polish and an old orange creme. Both drugstore brands but I couldn't tell which ones. Made a bright peachy-orange glitter polish. I may add some pink to it later as I am not sure if I like it or not. This can be seen on my middle finger.
Now on my pinky is the very first franken I ever made and its also a mix of two or three drugstore brand polishes from a few years ago. No idea what they were. Its a light blue, slightly shimmery.
My thumb was the layering experiment. I layered a Pure Ice polish called Mint Dream (very sheer, iridescent) over e.l.f's Plum (dark purple, creme, gorgeous). Loved the result though it wasn't what I was expecting.
Please excuse the terrible state of the polish on my nails. I had just finished the final coat on each when I knocked over the Plum polish, spilling it on the floor. Actually my pants\slippers saved it from actually spilling out completely. In the scramble my nails got smudged. :(
The blue on my index looks matte here but it actually looks more like it does in the first picture.
And just to show the effect on my thumb:
A nice flash of teal surrounded by plum. Do you like it? I think I do.
Now I'm off to paint some Shim-merry Chic onto my naked nails.