Below: The Glittering Crowd is a clear based glitter-packed array of colors and shapes that I used 2 coats on. This would certainly work well over a darker shade, but for a clear based glitter polish, it applies very evenly and works beautifully on its own.
Below: Even a coat of OPI Houston We Have a Purple can't contain this glitter frenzy!
Below: Don't think that Snow Angel has less photos because I like it any less! It's not as photographic (that's my fault, not the polish!) as The Glittering Crowd, but it's every bit as beautiful, just in a different way. From the name, to the shade and finish itself, Snow Angel is the epitome of everything that is pure.
First, I'd like to thank Lynn for her contribution to my blog anniversary, and more importantly, for her inspiration to all of us who enjoy the Frankening process. I wanted to make this fun (but easy!) to enter, so here's what I've come up with. It seems that many of us are inspired not only by the colors and finishes of polish, but also by the names of polishes. Who among us has bought a polish simply because of the name? I know I have! I personally am also inspired by music. I can hear a song and it has the power to take me right back to where I was when that song was popular. It can alter my mood, bring back memories--both good and bad, and I consider my music collection the soundtrack of my life.
To enter, in the comments section tell us a song(s) or an artist that might inspire you to Franken a polish or a collection of polishes! This little bit of information will confirm to you just how "off" I am!...I once made a holo collection of 7 shades, and I named one of them Holo It's Me, after the Todd Rundgren song Hello It's Me from way back! Two other shades also had song references--Holo Goodbye (Beatles song reference), and You Had Me At Holo (Kenny Chesney song reference). You can even describe the shade(s) if you like. We'll leave the entry period up through Sunday, February 27 at midnight. Three random winners will be chosen using random.org, and the winners will be announced in my Come Monday Weekly Newsletter on February 28. Followers only, please.