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Blood Countess – ox blood jelly with multichrome flakies in copper, gold and fuchsia

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  • Image of Blood Countess – ox blood jelly with multichrome flakies in copper, gold and fuchsia
  • Image of Blood Countess – ox blood jelly with multichrome flakies in copper, gold and fuchsia
  • Image of Blood Countess – ox blood jelly with multichrome flakies in copper, gold and fuchsia
  • Image of Blood Countess – ox blood jelly with multichrome flakies in copper, gold and fuchsia

The Blood Countess – ox blood jelly with multichrome flakies in copper, gold and fuchsia - swatches by me and Olivia Jade Nails
Elizabeth Bathory is perhaps the most famous vampire in history after Vlad the Impaler. But while Vlad wasn’t really a blood-sucking vampire—merely the inspiration for one—Elizabeth Bathory may have actually fed on and bathed in blood. She was a Romanian Countess in the 16th century who found joy in torturing peasants. The torture ranged from simple beatings and stabbings to piercing fingers and lips with iron nails or dousing them in freezing cold water and letting them die in the snow. Rumors that Elizabeth was a vampire began when it was alleged that she bathed in the blood of young maidens. It’s reported that she began this to reduce the effects of aging, though some historians refute this claim as being added to the story after the fact. Eventually Bathory was walled inside her castle alive, with only enough space for her to receive air and food until she died years later. swatches by It's All About Polis, Olivia Jade Nails and Almost Famous Nails

Nitty gritty:
*Your polish comes in a 11ml bottle, with a wide easy to use brush
*It contains stainless steel ball bearings.
*I've used a quality glitter suspension base to keep the glitters suspended.
*Cremes especially need a good shake every couple of weeks

My polishes are 5 free

These polishes are hand mixed and while we attempt for no variation between bottles, there may be very very small differences due to being made by hand. I try to attempt to have photos as colour accurate as possible by having some different swatchers however monitors may vary and change the actual colours.