A England Nail Varnish in Her Rose Adagio, swatch

A England — Her Rose Adagio (Nail Varnish) Swatch & Review

Collection: A England 2013 Winter, Ballerina

Happy Valentine’s Day!

Today’s polish comes from indie brand A England’s 2013 Ballerina collection.

Natalie Portman in Black Swan (2010)
Natalie Portman in Black Swan (2010)

Her Rose Adagio is described by A England as “faded roses in a silver prismatic base, as romantic as it is ‘en pointe'”. The base is a pastel pink, but as the polish is loaded with fine, silver holographic shimmer, the overall look is pale mauve.

A England Nail Varnish in Her Rose Adagio
A England Nail Varnish in Her Rose Adagio

As usual, coverage and application are excellent. You can almost get away with one coat, but ideally I’d recommend two, as I have in my swatch. (I basically just copy and paste these two paragraphs in every A England review.)

A England Nail Varnish in Her Rose Adagio, swatch
A England Nail Varnish in Her Rose Adagio, swatch

Here it is in sunlight (I think it was a bit too bright, actually! Sorry it’s so washed out):

A England Nail Varnish in Her Rose Adagio, swatch, sunlight
A England Nail Varnish in Her Rose Adagio, swatch, sunlight
A England Nail Varnish in Her Rose Adagio, label
A England Nail Varnish in Her Rose Adagio, label

This is a stunner and Valentine’s Day-perfect, as well!

♦♦♦♦♦

A-England Nail Lacquer is 0.39 fl oz / 11 mL (usually) and retails for £11 / CA$15.50. The polish is free of toluene, formaldehyde, and dibutyl phthalate (DBP). The company is cruelty-free.

A England is based in London, England.

🐇Cruelty-Free
🌱Vegan
🇬🇧Made in UK
🇬🇧Company based in UK
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