a England Dragon is the kind of green that I love – it’s deep, it’s mossy but it also makes me thinks of olives, too. The formula for this was atypical of a England polishes — easy to apply, no difficulty and it levels out with two thin coats. It’s also quick drying and opaque. I never struggled with this formula in the slightest.
a England Dragon is described on the site as “Like sunlightÂ glintingÂ off hisÂ iridescent mossy greenÂ scales, the fearsome Dragon lays basking arrogantly, awaiting his due.” So true…it really does make me think of dragon scales. Wouldn’t you agree?
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Sunlight Macro shot
Gorgeous green in the shade – it’s the kind that I keep in my stash and break out when I want to make an impression on people who love green polish.
You can see the slight holo scatter in my pinkie finger of this picture.
Blurred to show the scattered holo – it’s very subtle, but make no mistake, it’s there. It’s unmistakeable. If you want a bling blang holo, this isn’t the one for you.
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