STRANGEBEAUTIFUL Dickensian

November 19th, 2014 · No Comments · swatches

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For the Dickensian collection, creator Jane Schrub drew inspiration from Charles Dickens; photographer Joel-Peter Witkin; Edward Gorey’s The Loathsome Couple; the Brothers Grimm; A velvety lump of coal; and the dull, yet metallic shards of broken shale that line the hills of the Hudson Valley.

This collection features ten shades of disturbingly dark colors, all similar, but not quite like the others. Nearly black shimmers in colors of blues, greys, greens, and purples. The majority of the colors look like a creamy black on the nail, but up close, you can see how unique each one is.

Pictured above are two coats each per shade. Each color is incredibly opaque and easy to apply.

Brief googling turned up zero results for availability of this. I received it as a gift several years back from a friend.

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