Saturday, September 10, 2011

A England Galahad

Last month A England held a competition on their facebook page. Each day they posted a picture of one of their polishes. All you had to do was tag yourself in one of the pictures to enter. One person then won that polish.

Would you believe I actually won one! I won a brand new bottle of Galahad. I figured I might as well order some more while I am at it so I ordered Iseult, Avalon and Tristam (swatches of these to come later on).

The first A England collection is called The Mythicals.
I wasn't sure what Galahad means but luckily their is a glossary on the A England website.

Galahad is the pure knight. (Son of Lancelot) the achiever of the holy grail. Renowned for his gallantry and purity is considered the most perfect knight in the world.

A England Galahad - Natural Light

Galahad is a dusty medium teal creme. I don't own anything else like this. It is a grey/green toned teal colour. This is two coats. The consistency and feel of this creme polish is perfect. It is very pigmented and could be used as a single coat. Try time is great and it drys to a great gloss finish.

Shipping was really cheap on these polishes and they only took a week to arrive from the other side of the world. Their customer service is excellent. I highly recommend these polishes. With shipping they only work out to be about NZ$15 each. Check out their website at http://www.a-england.co.uk

Lots of Love
Lisa

8 comments:

  1. Grats on winning, and I ♥ Galahad!

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  2. Hi,

    great blog and congrats on winning. I would like to know which opi polish are you wearing on banner?

    Thank you,

    Sara

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  3. Congratulations! It is a gorgeous colour :) Called Galahad only add magic to the stuff itself ;)

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  4. This colour looks amazing on you!

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  5. Super pretty, I'd love to have more of these! Time to start saving up :)

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  6. Hi Sara, the OPI in the banner is "I Pink I love you" which was a European/Asian valentines exclusive polish from ages ago (sorry not sure what year)

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