Excalibur Renaissance - swatched and stamped with!

When I swatched the 3 beautiful A England polishes that I showed in my previous post, I decided to straight away test Excalibur Renaissance as stamping polish on one of those manis. I usually don't stamp on that kind of basecolor, but I think it turned out okay nevertheless! And yes, Excalibur Renaissance works fabulous for stamping! :) Here's how it turned out:

A England Sleeping Palace with A England Excalibur Renaissance and Bundle Monster plate 406

A England Sleeping Palace with A England Excalibur Renaissance and Bundle Monster plate 406.

A England Excalibur Renaissance

And here's Excalibur Renaissance on itself. I used a ridgefilling basecoat here, no top coat. If you're looking for 1-coat silver perfection, look no further! Excellent formula, application ánd stamping quality, I think this'll be my go-to silver stamping polish from now on :) You can find Excalibur Renaissance on the A England website (and you can find a list with other webshops that sell A England there as well), and if you're from the UK, you're in luck! The Mythicals collection is now for sale for £6 each during the UK Summer Event that you can find on the website.

A England Sleeping Palace with A England Excalibur Renaissance and Bundle Monster plate 406

The difference between sun and no sun is quite big with this mani, I prefer Sleeping Palace on itself in sunlight, but I think it looks great stamped when there's no sun around!

A England Sleeping Palace with A England Excalibur Renaissance and Bundle Monster plate 406

What do you think of stamping on a holo base, yay or nay? I still prefer my usual cremebase, but I don't think that'll ever change :) Have a great Sunday!


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