Friday, February 24, 2012

a-england - Saint George

Happy Friday my lovelies! This is going to be short and sweet because I'm feeling a bit stressed and overwhelmed trying to develop a proposal for a research grant. I've never done this before and I'm lost at sea so to speak. So I'm going to give you all some photo spam!

Today I have a-england Saint George, the most saturated and pigmented polish I have ever, EVER, owned! Not to mention it's a holo, linear but only just slightly. I kid you not when I say that I only needed one coat and I have no idea why I insisted on a second. It must be out of habit. Lucky for you I only show my left hand in photos, because although application was a breeze I got a little sloppy with my right hand and let me tell you... this bad boy is hard to clean up once it works its way in to your cuticles.

Saint George wore like a champ, I got almost 6 days out of it before I went insane and just had to change colors. Removal was insane. After only two nails my cotton bud was completely saturated with color. So much so that my fingers were blue up to my knuckles. Seriously, the cotton ball was the color of my nails! WTH?? I had to scrub my cuticles with a cotton towel to get rid of leftovAnyway, in most lights I saw this as more green than teal but these pictures do a good job of showing the blueish tint that makes it a teal and not a green.

a-england - Saint George

a-england - Saint George

a-england - Saint George

a-england - Saint George

a-england - Saint George

a-england - Saint George

a-england - Saint George

a-england - Saint George

a-england - Saint George

a-england - Saint George

These pictures here aren't that good since you don't get an accurate color representation but it does look green, and that's how I saw it mostly. Very Pretty, either way - teal or green. I received several compliments and mostly people thought this was a very dark emerald green, they looked at me like I was crazy when I told them it was teal and not green. What do you guys think?

a-england - Saint George

a-england - Saint George

4 comments:

  1. OOh! Love the dark colors, and the hint of sparkle.


    Sophia
    http://lasophialasophia.blogspot.com

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    1. I know, so shy until the sun comes out, too. Then, BAM, sparkles!

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