This autumn/winter, butter LONDON is bringing us five new nail lacquers inspired by the fall runway shows. These nail lacquers all feature various "textures" similar to the fall clothing.
Let's take a peek at the couple I have for ya.
Dodgy Barnett, Shag
Dodgy Barnett is...
24 Responses to butter LONDON Blowing Raspberries Nail Lacquer Review, Photos, Swatches Girl March 10, 2011 at 9:04 am
This type of red is hard to pull off without looking old cat lady like.... Pretty good...
Mariella March 10, 2011 at 9:07 am
7 days without chipping? How I wish I...
I typically get a week of wear with Butter London's formula with a proper base and top coat.
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PRODUCT : 10/10
PIGMENTATION : 9/10
TEXTURE : 10/10
LONGEVITY : 10/10
APPLICATION : 4.5/5
PACKAGING : 4/5
Not only that, it applies fairly streaky so as you can see, it's very hard to get a nice even finish. I used three coats here for maximum color depth. This is one to skip in my opinion.
Soirée is a rose colored copper metallic shimmer. They label this one as a frost also, but to me...
First seen as a Nordstrom exclusive and soon to be released as part of Butter London's Fall 2011 collection, 'Wallis' just begged to be mine. An intriguing mix of olive green, tarnished gold and hints of black, this is like draping aged brocade upon your nails. Named for Wallis Simpson, the...
Butter London bottles have a rectangular cap that pops off to reveal a ribbed inner cap, meant for more solid gripping, and the brush itself is neither too bushy nor too rigid, fanning out beautifully across the nail. Even though some people have found the brush wand to be a little short, I...
Scuppered you can find at Nordstrom or butter London.
Pricing: $14.00 for 0.4 oz.
What do you think about these three? Anything you might be picking up?
Note: butter London is cruelty free.
butter LONDON Lippy is a new line of lip glosses that come in coordinating shades to their nail lacquers.
Currently there are five shades being offered: Primrose Hill, Picnic, Teddy Girl, Trout Pout, Snog and Yummy Mummy.
These aren't your typical light moisturizing glosses though. These...
I started with Zoya Even Base Coat, followed by Butter London "Tea & Toast" which is the most opaque, smoothest, most decadent nail color I've used in years! I only used 1 coat.
OPI "You're Such A Budapest" was used as an accent color and I used a royal blue nail art polish to draw lines...
how can anyone resist? As far as I'm concerned, I couldn't have chosen a more appropriate varnish to celebrate with!
Note: this shade is now part of Butter London's permanent lineup! Feel free to peruse the company's full range available through their website and/or follow them on...