Saturday, December 24, 2011

Treasure Island Doubled

On Thursday, I showed you a franken that I made with L.A. Colors' loose eye shadow called Treasure Island. I never can leave a plain polish alone, so I decided to use L.A. Colors Sea Siren to stamp on top of it (BM 221). Then I did the same stamp, slightly to the side of the first, on top of that in white with NYC French White Tip - it's not too opaque so it gave the stamp a slight two-toned look in some places, which I prefer to a more opaque white in this look - and finished with a free-hand french tip of Sea Siren.


I think the thumb came out the best, in regards to layering the stamp the way I wanted it:

The bottle I am holding in these pictures is L.A. Colors' Treasure Island. It is a really pretty teal glitter, but looks nothing like the franken I made with their pigment of the same name! Okay, maybe they're similar, but the franken version is lighter and more shimmery than glittery. =P

I later decided to add a bit of Treasure Island to the tips just to see how it would look along with the Treasure Island franken:

All-in-all, I am happy with the way this one turned out. =D Does it pass on the Fingers quality scale of a free-hand french? ;)

What do you think? Have you tried pigment frankens? They definitely need a top coat, but I really like the two that I have done! 

Buenos días. 
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