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Let’s get Cheeky with butter London

butter London is making life so cheeky now that they have a cosmetics line as well as their incredible nail lacquer line. They’ve created so many products that have a twist to them than most cosmetic companies. You don’t find many brands whose first venture into cosmetics is with magenta eyeliners, cornflower blue and neon green mascara or…

Sweet Somethings: Butter London Petticoat and Doily Nail Polish

Marriage season is here and Butter London is ON IT with their Sweet Somethings Set. This nail polish quad has everything a bride-to-be could want: Doily – “Something Old” (Light-pink lace overcoat) Alabaster Gaze – “Something New” (Opaque, pearl-white shimmer) Pink Ribbon – “Something Borrowed” (Sheer pale-pink créme…

Do you want to Kerfuffle with me and butter London?

Whenever I go to get my nails done I bring in 2-3 polishes and decide when I’m sitting there which one is the polish of the week. My nail tech has a great eye for color and by now knows what I’ll come back ranting or raving about the following week. I recently brought in…

butter London “Lolly Brights” – they got that right!

butter LONDON has a new collection available that’s called Lolly Brights. It grabbed my eye the minute I saw these and I’m thrilled that butter LONDON has sent some my way to share with you. This is an amazing collection that is unlike the others out there. Lolly Brights has 6 polishes; 2 are cream formulas…

A party for your nails: Butter London Titchy

Looking for something to get this party started? How about Titchy Nail Polish, part of the Cut Up Collection from Butter London? The Cut Up Collection is a trio of glittery overcoats that transform dull matte polishes into a colorful, modern celebration. Butter London Titchy ($15) is a clear topcoat with multi-hued chunks and glitter. The word ‘titchy…

Butter London Molly Coddled – a radiant orchid polish

When Sephora and Pantone announced that Radiant Orchid was the 2014 Color of the Year I think it left quite a few people confused. There have been so many blog posts with beautiful “radiant orchid” cosmetics but the variety in interpretation is quite vast. Is it a pale pinky lavender, a brilliant orchid or a daring fuchsia?  Construals…