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...

Chapter 1 Originally released as part of Butter London's Spring/Summer 2011 Collection, 'Lady Muck' is that perfect balance between an edgy yet delicately feminine hue. An ethereal grey-blue shade, there is just the right amount of gentle pearly shimmer in it, to give it such interesting...

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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