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My favourite colour this season has to be mint. I am so all over the mint trend. This tone of colour has always been my favourite. From turquoise, to teal, to pretty pastel mint, the blue green shades have always been my weakness. I absolutely love the colour combo of coral with mint so I couldn't think of a better summer manicure. I used Estee Lauder Coral Cult and Butter London Fiver. I have had a lot of compliments on this look and it is sure to be repeated many times this summer! I did this freehand so my apologies that it's
Totally loving my Easter Mani done with Butter London Fiver on the nails with two sizes of yellow polka dots courtesy of Butter London Jasper. Original Spring 2013 Butter London Review is here.
[caption id="attachment_7804" align="aligncenter" width="700"] Butter London Spring 2013 Sweetie Shop Collection[/caption] The Butter London Spring 2013 Sweetie Shop Nail Lacquer Collection ($17 individually/$85 complete set) is an absolutely beautiful and well named collection. I can't think of a better way of describing these gorgeous pastels than the candy tones of a sweet shop! This collection is truly the embodiment of spring. I thought it only fitting to photograph it on a fresh dusting of snow. I am so ready for
butter LONDON's Global Colour Ambassador, Katie Hughes, will be on QVC tomorrow, January 18th at 7AM EST, sharing their latest QVC exclusive: Lips & Tips.
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butter LONDON Gobsmacked took me by surprise. I didn't think I would be wowed by this one but turns out it's one of my favourites from the collection. I'm not naturally attracted to nail polishes in the grey family. Silly me thinking they would be boring! The silver glitter in the deep charcoal base is truly mesmerizing. So simple yet so fantastic. I think read somewhere someone comparing it to diamonds sparkling in asphalt and it is the perfect description! I had good wear time from this polish and it is a PITA to remove like any
It's time for some more butter LONDON Autumn/Winter 2012 pretties! Lovely Jubbly is certainly the "funnest" shade in the collection and completely appropriate for year round wear. Lovely Jubbly is a playful mix of very fine magenta pink and gold glitter along with larger magenta, blue, and red glitter in a clear base. The overall effect is a purple magenta shade that leans one way or the other depending on the lighting. The glitter is quite dense so one coat is all you would need to use this as a glitter topcoat or three coats
butter LONDON recently had a 30% off promo and I decided to pick up the Autumn/Winter 2012 collection set. I am so happy I decided to get the full set. Every one of these polishes is gorgeous and unique. Trustafarian is a gorgeous light sage green holo. I know some have expressed difficulties with the shade of green on their skintone but I am loving it on mine. It applied perfectly! I have issues with holos in the past but one coat of this even offered a very even application. Two coats brings full opacity. It has wore absurdly
In a word....love!Full reviews coming soon.
Runway nails by Global Colour Ambassador for butter LONDON Katie Hughes.ERIN FETHERSTONOverall Look: The designer's signature feminine style had a bit of an edge. The collection consisted of flirty, feminine silhouettes with zippers, studs and texture.Nail Design: The models weren't wearing bracelets or rings because Erin wanted the nails to be the accessory for the hands. Metallic nails mimicked the look of jewelry, lending itself to the ultimate eye-catching accessory. We used Lillibet's Jubilee, a silver metallic colour with a
I absolutely love this combination! I don't know why it took me so long to try it.One coat of Butter London Tart With a Heart over two coats of Butter London Victoriana.Click to enlarge.