Yesterday we celebrated Liberation Day here in Holland. There were 14 Liberation festival across the country (at least one in each of our 12 province/counities), with lots of stages with bands, music, drinks, food...one big party. The logo of the Liberation fesitval is a blue torch with red flame. I wanted to make decals of it but since a couple of months our printer is still broken...so I had to think of something else ;)
The blue base is my first franken a mix of lots of polishes and on my ring finger P2Ship Ahoi! 010 Pure White. Like I said the logo is a liberation fire/torch. So I made some sort of torch with BM07 (Konad SN red, yellow, black0 and the tower from BM15 (SN blue) upside down haha, the other flames are from Konad M63 (SN white).
You can see my inspiration here: Liberation Torch
Here a swatch of my first dark blue holo franken. Waht I remember they were: 3 blue ones from China Glaze (dark blues Up all night and a other one and a neon from the Poolside collection), China Glaze Sexagon, Catrice topcoat Million styles topcoat 08 Icy day (China Glaze fairy dust dupe), China Glaze wireless holographic topcoat, P2 topcoat, a dark blue from Seventeen, a dark blue metallic like from Flormar, Color Club worth the risque, and loose silver holo glitter powder (not spectraflair).
It's in a empty Konad topcoat bottle I don't have any empty bottles and little balls for shaking so all the glitter went to the bottom. I made this a few months ago.
Have a nice week everyone!
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Cool mani for the Liberation Day! I love ur franken anyways!BeantwoordenVerwijderen
Amazing, stunning!!!! *.*!!BeantwoordenVerwijderen