It's a white based polish packed with fine navy blue glitters, small silver, blue holo, and gunmetal hexes, and large periwinkle, gunmetal, and navy blue hexes. It's a flat creme without any shimmer, but I did toy with the idea of adding some sparkle. I think it looks pretty good without it, though.
Here's a close-up of First Frost. I was so surprised with this franken because I was able to wear it for four days without any chips or tip wear! It was astonishing! I only took it off because I got bored. I think thinning out my Seche Vite has helped with the shrinkage and chipping. I know you always need to thin SV out halfway through the bottle, but it wasn't really thick yet. I'll make sure to thin it out often from now on, though, because I'm so tired of SV shrinkage! I'm actually going to be trying out the Sally Hansen Diamond Strength Diamond Flash top coat to see how it compares. I'll definitely make sure to keep you guys posted!
This is actually on day 3 of this mani! It still looks great!
I am trying to decide if I want to include this in a swap I'm doing with a few other frankeners. What do you think? Would you be happy if this polish showed up in a swap? Be honest!
Sadly, no game-day nails tomorrow. I have a client meeting on Sunday, and I don't want to have to do my nails Sunday morning before my meeting. I'm putting on China Glaze Innocence and topping it off with KBShimmer Pixie Tears. I'll definitely take good pics of it tomorrow in the daylight. I've got two game-day manis that I haven't shown you guys yet, so I'll definitely post them next week as well. I tried out a new nail art technique that I'm excited to show you guys! Plus another franken that didn't really come out very well.
What's your most work-appropriate polish?