Wednesday, July 2, 2014

My Top Ten Favorite Polishes: Number Two - A-England St. George


If you have been reading this blog for awhile then you have probably seen this polish before. I wrote a post about it when I first got it and then another post for the Quirky 31 Day Challenge. Here I am writing about it again. This may smell of repetitiveness which I usually hate but with A- England St. George I simply never get tired of wearing it, talking about it or photographing it. It is in my humble opinion, one of the most gorgeous polishes ever created.  






Green is my favorite color. And there are a ton of pretty green polishes out there. But what makes St. George stand out is that it isn't just "pretty". It's stunning. Like make you gasp while painting your nails stunning. In the polish world it can take a lot to impress or to be unique or special but A-England has been doing just that for awhile now and I think Adina (the owner of A-England) created a masterpiece with St. George. The holo effect is stunning but not overpowering. The formula fantastic - I mean, a one coat holo? How many of those have you come across? And...it stamps! I was going do some nail art but I just couldn't bring myself to do it. It's so pretty on it's own that I just wanted to show it off in it's natural state.


What truly blows my socks of is the amazing depth of this polish. Even in low light it glows and shimmers. And in direct light? Holy moly! It was overcast the day I took these pics so no outdoor shots unfortunately but trust me...amazeballs! 




I hope you found this post drool-worthy. I certainly do but I'm partial! A-England is sold at various e-tailers as well as from the A-England website and retails for $10 a bottle.

Stay tuned for the next installment in my Top Ten Favorites list!

3 comments:

  1. This is gorgeous! I love how it almost appears black but when you really look at it, it has so much depth!

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  2. Saint George is truly something else! And I agree, wearing it just makes me want to go capture as many facets as I can on camera, like, every time.

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