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12. Saint George

After completely ruining my last nails by going to sleep before the polish had completely dried, I hit a series of failed attempts to take part in this weeks polishing challenge which was to do wrap nails. I tried and tried but only to notice that me and wrap nails don’t get along. At all. The results were just horrible. Never again.

So in my agony I dug up my new A-England Saint George to seek some comfort from it’s beautiful depths. And it definitely cheered me up. These polishes have been a dream to polish with, covering the nail almost with the first layer and preserving the color they have in the bottle.


To protect the nails, I used my sisters quick dry top coat Northern Lights by Inm. It. Was. Gorgeous. ❤ I have to find it somewhere and buy it ! It was the most beautiful holographic glitter topcoat I’ve ever seen. And it worked perfectly with Saint George. 

Although the nails were simple and beautiful as they were, I had to do some stamping. I stamped the pattern from Konads plate numer m63 with silver matte polish.


 – Neridan

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11. Dragon

So, it’s finally time to introduce nail art made with one of my longtime favorite polishes. It’s name is Dragon and it’s from A-Englands collection The Legend. I’ve spent countless of hours viewing pictures of it and dreaming of the day I would have it on my nails.  And after my visit to Cesarsshop, it was finally here ❤ Almost straight away I started to look for a stamping plate pattern that resembles dragon scales, and found it from Bundlemonsters plate number 410.69575_767978786553512_405819276_n

I can say that my expectations were not too high! I just can’t get my eyes of these nails. This polish is the prettiest thing I’ve seen in a while. (at least until I’ll try Saint George). It was also top quality, required only two layers to reach its smooth and beautiful gorgeousness.  This was love at the first sight.1149050_767978919886832_1390473779_n

– Neridan