Candy City

Ok, here is the last of my glitters…for now!

For this one, I used Wet N’ Wild Psycho, Wet ‘N Wild clear, and NYC Pink Promenade.


I filled up an empty bottle half full with WnW Psycho, then added 1/4 each of clear and NYC Pink Promenade. The result is a pinkish coral jelly, with beautiful sparkle!


It looks like candy on my nails! Tasty, sparkley candy!


I just love jelly polishes…and I have a very special one coming up very soon, so check back!


10 Responses to “Candy City”

  1. that looks really good!

  2. I love this one also! You are the Queen of all things frankened.

  3. I’m usually not fond of jellies, but this one is too hard to resist!

    Love love LOVE your blog so much! I’m learning so many useful techniques to make original polishes, I hope to start soon. 🙂

  4. Wow!!This is so sparkly beautiful!!I really like your blog!!

  5. So pretty!

  6. You did a fantastic job chickaloo! The color looks perfect for summer. I have to tell you…your nails are looking healhty, beautiful, perfect shape and lenght :o) Is it possible for you to wear anything that does not look good on you? I doubt it! you wer everything beautifully :o)
    great job sistah!!!!!!

  7. great domain name for blog like this)))

  8. I feel like a kid in a candystore thinking about going to wal-mart and getting these to make my frankens. To think I just threw out my bottle of Pink Promenade, damn it! Also, I’ve seen a lot of people with those same round bottles with the big round lids. Where would I happen to find those or what brand is it?

  9. I really love this color, and the name is perfect for it. It actually looks edible 🙂

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