Friday, 17 July 2015

EGYPTOLOGY SERIES Part II - The Upper Kingdom Collection by Powder Perfect

Powder Perfect has just released Upper Kingdom collection, as part 2 of the Egyptology Series. Back in January Powder Perfect released Part 1 - The Lower Kingdom.

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Ancient Egypt was a land divided in two. Two kingdoms, two Pharaohs. The Upper Kingdom stretched from the first cataract of the Nile, all through the valley of the Nile until it reached the Lower Kingdom which went all the way down to the Mediterranean sea. 

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This is a stunning collection. The five polishes look so beautiful lined up next to each other. I had to swatch them as soon as I got my hands on them! 

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These polishes also have great formulas. For each of my swatches I used two coats plus a glossy top coat.

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"Abydos" - A pale gold polish with ultra holographic gold and silver micro glitter.  Representing the shifting sands surrounding the monuments of Upper Egypt.

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"Flowering Lotus" - A beautiful purple with glittering holographic micro glitters. Inspired by the lotus flower that closes at night and then blooms again in the morning. 

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"Land of Reeds" - A bright lime green with holographic micro glitters. The Upper Kingdom was also know as the land of reeds because of the abundance of papyrus growing in the valley of the Nile. 

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"Nekhbet" - A pale turquoise microglitter with ultra holo glitters. Inspired by Nekhbet, also known as the Vulture Goddess. She is often depicted as a vulture with her wings spread protecting her people. 

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"Thebes" - A copper micro glitter polish. Copper was commonly used throughout Upper Egypt. Thebes was the capital of Upper Egypt. It may have possibly been the largest city in the ancient world. 

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-Bettina