First off, I have to thank ManGlaze for creating these Franken Juggs. Without them I would have never even started to franken because I would make a complete mess with regular nail polish bottles. The wide opening of the Franken Juggs just makes it easy to see the mixture of color which in turn makes it easy to tweak.
In my last post you got a glimpse of my neurological workings. Inspired by Rush (whom I consider the Holy Trinity of rock) Tom Sawyer, the polish I envisioned had to change its personality without changing its soul. (<----I think I am getting a bit too deep). The colors had to change while keeping its true base which is the darkened metallic army green with that it had to sustain the depth and flow of the shimmer and in the end float on the surface. I think I got what I wanted.
The polish goes from a very normal looking shimmery army green to a brown at times; a somewhat warm toned polish with gold intermingled in the mix. As the light shifts, the color goes to a soft black to a softened violet. Then, a punch of holographic glimmer as it hits sunlight.
Dark, mysterious, brooding, bright and commanding-this polish is pure.