Meet the Russian Soul Collection, five brand new polish shades inspired by different aspects of Russian music and dance. One of the cool things I love about A England is the unique places creator Adina Bodana finds for inspiration.
Not to mention that the formula of A England is probably the best in the biz. Seriously, when I tell you these apply "like butter" I'm not kidding. They are all wonderfully pigmented and most are one coat wonders (depending on your application). I used two coats for all the swatches here.
Waltz of the Flowers
is a light blue purple multichrome with hints of lilac and a dazzling hologram effect.
Kalinka is delicate and iridescent as a rainbow moonstone blended with a lavish holo core. You will find yourself wondering, is this silver or is this purple. Kalinka keeps you guessing.
Polovetsian Dances is a deep intense purple enhanced by the luscious prismatic hologram finish. This is my favorite of the collection. Deep and Rich, need I say more?
|Scattered Holo in Direct Sunlight|
This reminds me a bit of Virgin Queen from the Elizabeth and Mary Collection as its a pewter (gold and silver the same time), but this also has some greenish/bronze hues that make it its own.
Natasha's Dance/War and Peace is a black base with dark blue undertones and an extraordinary play of holographic shimmer. This really appears black until you put blue near it and then you can really see that its essentially the deepest and darkest blue ever.
There you have it! Five beautiful new shades from A England to love. Which are your favorites? Tell me below, I'd love to hear from you!
You can find these shades and many others (including Princess Tears!) in-stock at Beautometry for $11.00 each. Beautometry ships to both US and Canada. Be sure to follow Beautometry on social media for sales, promotions, launches and restocks!
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*These polishes were provided for my swatching and review. All opinions are my own.