The tale of Saint George and Dragon:
''Terrorized by a dragon, a town is forced by the monster to sacrifice a young girl each day to him. When St. George learns of this and that the Princess Sabra is his latest intended victim, he attacks the monster, finally defeats him, and completes his triumph with his marriage to the princess.'' (Source)
Burne-Jones, Princess Sabra Led to the Dragon (source)
At first glance, Bridal Veil might look like the least interesting color from The Legend collection, but I bet it will gain a lot of love between the dark, edgy nail polish shade lovers. The black base in Bridal Veil contains scattered holographic shimmer (like most of the other shades from this collection) which doesn't create the linear holographic effect, but it does create a sparkly finish. The color shifts to brown-ish green under certain angles, but it was impossible for me to capture that effect on photos.
a England, Bridal Veil, 2 coats
Bridal Veil is another example of what all high quality polishes should be like. I don't have a simple negative remark about it. The brush is great and when you combine it with perfect formula you get a great application. This polish is opaque in 1 thicker coat and it dries quite fast. The finish is really glossy even without top coat.
Well, there is one bad thing about Bridal Veil - it doesn't want to photograph and these photos don't do it any justice. Still, I think this last photo, shot in the sunlight, represents the magic in it better than the ones shot in my lightbox aka Crappy II. Beautiful!
The Legend collection should be up on a England website soon. Until then, you can order the polishes from the new collection by contacting Adina directly (email@example.com).
What are your thoughts on a England's Bridal Veil?
*The product was sent to me by the company.
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