It took 3-4 coats for full coverage. Some were fine in 3, some needed 4, but coverage wasn't bad considering the quick frankening. This is shown without top or base coat.
A few tips on making Frankens I learned quickly:
1. Make sure the bottle you're mixing in has a good brush. I spent an extra couple of dollars on the nicer bottle of white because it had a better brush.
2. Shake and check the color often. The color on the outside of the bottle is not going to be the same that's in the center/on the brush.
3. Make sure you pour out enough polish to make room for the brush and lid. I made it a tight fit, and when I added the lid, polish started to squeeze out the grooves because it overfilled.
4. It will probably take more color than you think, but add less and more often. You can't take our color once its added.
So I would like to say this is the Franken of the Week, or the Month, or even the Season, but I can't promise that. So this is the Franken of the Era. Until I make another one. With any lucky, it'll be on a regular basis. Until then, there's Strawberry Milkshake, the Franken of the Era.