Bliss Kiss vs A England nail oil

A England has recently launched their own nail and cuticle oil, "The Rose". I've been a huge fan of the Bliss Kiss nail oil since 2014 (check my review here) so I obviously had to compare these two oils. Please do bear in mind that this review will only be relevant to some people; for … Continue reading Bliss Kiss vs A England nail oil

Tristram’s birthday promo

Head on over to shop.polishedpevil.com or just click the link at the top of the blog. Snap up your favourite shades cheap while you can!

A England – Tudoresque collection

The new Tudoresque collection from A England. As usual Adina has done a fabulous collection. This one surprised me as it's 8 beautiful new shades. In almost 3 years now as a stockist I haven't seen such a large release all in one go although quite a lot of shades have been discontinued recently so … Continue reading A England – Tudoresque collection

The gorgeous holographic vision of "Beggar Maid" and "In Robe and Crown" from A England

Beggar Maid In Robe and Crown

Autumn is all about golds, oranges, reds and browns for me. The beautiful colours as the leaves turn before dropping from the branches. I'm not feeling overly inspired to do my nails recently but looking back over some that I haven't posted I came across this and it just feels simple but effective. I might … Continue reading Beggar Maid In Robe and Crown

Left to right: Carnation Lily Lily Rose, Symphony in Green and Gold, Nocturne, Symphony in Blue and Silver

A England – Sargent’s Vision collection

Coverage: 1 coat for Nocture, 3 coats for the others Drying time: 1 - 2 minutes Finish: Holographic on all shades Hardwearing: Symphony in Green and Gold - 4 days without chips, rest to be tested Another beautiful collection from Adina. I feel this one is quite a bit different to the others as well, … Continue reading A England – Sargent’s Vision collection

Bliss Kiss nail oil - my nail saviour!

How to: refill your Bliss Kiss nail oil pen

I'm currently trying to keep my nails in perfect condition as I'm awaiting a new A England collection and need them long and beautiful to show off the swatches. My main way of doing this is to use lots of Bliss Kiss nail oil on them (check out my review here) and I've been meaning … Continue reading How to: refill your Bliss Kiss nail oil pen