Somewhat complicatedly, this collection is inspired by Professor Albert H Musnell who created a ‘rational way to describe colour’ using decimal notation instead of names. He based it on three dimensions; Chroma (colour purity), Hue (value) and Brightness (to correspond to saturation of the perceived colour).
See, I said it was complicated. I can’t even think why anyone would want to use decimal notations to describe colour when we have a language that does it perfectly as it is. However, he did and I guess if he hadn’t, we wouldn’t be looking at these glorious nail polishes now!
And, the biggest news for me is that Strangebeautiful are now selling their polishes as singles at £18 each, making the brand a little bit more accessible. I’ve put a few shots up of the shades and the very individual bottle shape, but you can see the rest on the Liberty of London website.
Elizabeth Arden Hyaluronic Acid Ceramide Capsules
I’d be prepared to put money down to bet that you won’t have experienced a skin care texture like this before...
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