July 2, 2014

A England Excalibur Renissance & Hurt No Living Thing Swatches & Review

Hi guys! I almost said Happy Friday because it's my Friday at work today...I have a wonderful 4 day weekend this weekend! I'm planning on using the extra 2 days to destash a little bit, I always say I'm going to do it but then I never get around to it because I end up spending the extra days snuggling in bed with Degen lol! Anyway...today I have 2 new polishes from A England to share with you! Check out the swatches after the jump!

Excalibur Renaissance is a silver foil that almost looks like a chrome when it dries down. The formula was good and very easy to work with and apply. The opacity was also top notch and could easily be a 1 coater for most people. I used 2 coats for my swatches. I would recommend using a ridge filling base coat with this if you have ridges or other imperfections in your nails since polishes like this do tend to show them.

Lighting: Shade
Hurt No Living Thing is a sheer grey base with a strong purple shimmer. On its own this is too sheer for me but if you don't mind visible nail line you may like it that way. It's a really beautiful layering polish that will totally transform your base color. The formula for layering was great, it was easy to apply and you get great shimmer payoff with 1 coat. I used 1 coat over Dance Legend Nox (black) for the photos below.

A England is available from etailers all over the world, including Llarowe, Color4Nails and Nail Polish Canada. For a full list of etailers check out the A England site here.


  1. Love Hurt No Living Thing! That is stunning!

  2. Your nails look so smooth! So jealous! I won both of these in a giveaway and I need to wear them soon!

  3. Gorgeous swatches ♥ love HNLT over black!


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