My A England Collection

Hello, hello!

I don’t post about nail polish very often. To be honest, I own less than 20 bottles of polish, and out of that small number, six of them are from A England, my favourite nail polish brand. A England is a 3 free, cruelty free and vegan nail polish company based in the UK. (Descriptions in italics taken from the A England website)

Ascalon (the Legends collection) Forged by magic and guided by our hero’s sainted hand, the steely grey of his spire is alive with a swirling heart of lavender fire.

Holy Grail (the Mythicals collection) a baroque and antiqued golden hue, infused with bronze, gold, copper and gentle touches of green shimmer

Jayne Eyre (the Gothic Beauties collection) intensely smouldering crimson embers, imprisoned in a veil of sombre black

Briar Rose / Sleeping Beauty (the Burne-Jones Dream collection) “Her lips a ruby glow of life, while she lays lost in time” – a cranberry/scarlet base hue bearing a slight milky sheen and a gently ladylike prismatic demeanor, evidence of a still-beating heart.

Camelot (the Mythicals collection) black onix glaze with unique luster

Saint George (the Legends collection) Bearer of a valiant & courageous heart, this fathomless teal reveals the strength of the brave knight’s convictions with his gleaming, fiery core.

So there you have it, my A England collection. My absolute faves are Ascalon, Camelot and Jayne Eyre. Camelot is truly the best black nail polish I’ve ever used – it is practically a one coat wonder!

It is so difficult to capture how beautiful these nail polishes are!

Here in Canada, the easiest way to get A England polishes is through Nail Polish Canada.

Have you tried A England?

Disclosure: I purchased every single one of these!

39 thoughts on “My A England Collection

  1. Never heard of this brand. Saint George looks right up my alley. And I love a good black polish. My current fave is Black Creme from Wet N Wild (wearing it right now).

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  2. Wow I’ve been tempted by A England for so long (and I live in the UK) but I’ve never tried them, Saint George looks stunning although I’m surprised that isn’t red like the Saint George’s Cross on the English flag!

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