The Blessed Damozel - swatched & stamped!

A England added a new addition to the 'Heavenly Quotes' line, and oh my... it's purple perfection! The outstanding application of the A England polishes never ceases to amaze me, and The Blessed Damozel is no exception. It's pretty much a 1coater, although I still prefer 2 thin coats. It's rich in color, works for stamping, and well, what's not to love! I went with some basic stamping, but it almost feels a bit like it's unworthy of this polish as base, I mean, look how TBD looks on itself! ♥

A England The Blessed Damozel with Bundle Monster BM-702 and Kiko 622 Wisteria



A England The Blessed Damozel

This is 2 thin coats of The Blessed Damozel with top coat, which it does need to make it shine. It's a dark purple that leans a lot to the blue side, and often looks really dark, but never looks black. And in case you have Avalon, another purple prrrretty by A England, these 2 aren't close. Avalon is lighter, brighter and leans a bit more red.

A England The Blessed Damozel

A England The Blessed Damozel

The Blessed Damozel works wonderful for stamping, but in this case I stamped on top with a floral image. The stamping polish is a tad more blue, but this polish gave me a hard time to begin with, so I stopped trying to capture both the polish ánd the stamping polish right :)

A England The Blessed Damozel with Bundle Monster BM-702 and Kiko 622 Wisteria

A England The Blessed Damozel with Bundle Monster BM-702 and Kiko 622 Wisteria.

A England The Blessed Damozel with Bundle Monster BM-702 and Kiko 622 Wisteria

You can buy A England polish on their website, and if you're not from the UK, the website also offers a page with all the webshops around the world that carry A England. Thanks for looking! :)


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