helen March 10, 2011 at 4:16 pm butter LONDON is one of my favourite go-to brands. I'm a big fan of Fash Pack (wearing it right now). Not overly thrilled with Blowing Raspberries but you (as always) make it work. Helena March 10, 2011 at 6:02 pm So pretty! The only BL shade I have is...

Butter London's impeccable cream formula shines here; rich color in two coats (but honestly, one coat is nearly opaque), smooth, even flow of the polish as you apply. I typically get a week's worth of wear with Butter London's formula. Where to Buy: Beauty.com , $14 THE...

Jaffa by Butter London is exactly as you would expect it to be from the name. Proper orangey-orange. It has a completely different feel to it wearing it in the sunshine to the cold weather. Right now the sun is shining and it looks a gorgeous neon (neon, not luminous) orange, a creamy jelly...

Faced with a display of luscious Butter London lacquers, I stood there for what seemed like an eternity, trying to decide which would be coming home with me. What made this decision so incredibly hard, was the fact that I wanted...all of them!! Apart from the recently released 'Wallis'...

butter LONDON has just released their Spring/Summer 2011 collection and it's amazing! Such a beautiful array of shades. Nonie says "spring was all about creating a painterly palette and to move away from the grey, taupe and sand shades." Shades from the collection includes: Lady Muck –...

Butter London Spring Summer 2011 Collection Butter LONDON has announced its Spring/Summer collection for 2011. Collection has 5 trendy colors. Shades are: Teddy Girl : A pale retro bubblegum pink custom featured on the catwalk of a top Brit designer for S/S 2011 Dosh: A molten apple...

Chapter 2 Back in November of 2010 when Buckingham Palace announced Prince William's engagement to Kate Middleton, Butter London wasted no time in creating a lacquer for the occasion! Cue in 'No More Waity, Katie', a beautifully strange mix of a violet/taupe hue in a jelly-like formula,...

Chapter 3 Begun by two enterprising women, Sasha Muir and Nonie Creme, Butter London was one of the first brands to recognize that a healthier varnish for the nails needed to be created, and thus Butter London was born. Dating as early as 2009, 'Fash Pack' quickly became one of their iconic...

For my final chapter of this little series, I present Butter London's 'Branwen's Feather', a gothically deep purple shade imbued with mystery, and filled with myriad flecks of silver, red, and even some blue micro-glitter. I admit to being as attracted to the name, as I was the colour, but no...

Chapter 4 Originally released as part of Butter London's Fall 2010 Collection, 'Victoriana' is a study in contrasts; a muted teal hue made vibrant with the addition of shimmer, combined with a historically inspired name but housed in an modernly urban casing...not bad for one small bottle of...

 

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