Showing posts with label Butter London. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Butter London. Show all posts

Monday, May 27, 2013

My Favorite Pedicure Colors

Product Sent for Review Bought it Myself

Favorite Pedicure Colors
Pictured Essie shades, from top left, counterclockwise: Hip-Anema, In the Cabana, First Timer, The Girls are Out, Sunday Funday, Rock the Boat

It's pedicure season again, and while I've had the best of intentions, I fully admit that this weekend I took off my chipping nail polish (it had been on for about 4 weeks) and haven't had a chance to put on more. Today is the day, my friends. So, it was especially appropriate that the nice people over at Martha Stewart sent me pics of June's beauty article, and it was all about pedicures and colors and great pedi tips!

(I'm not sure how they discovered me and started sending me the articles, but I'm always inspired by Martha, so I'm going to keep sharing!)

One product mentioned in the article is Baby Foot's Foot Exfoliate Peel, which kind of looks amazing. Has anyone tried it? I need to order it!

Read on to see my pedicure color picks

Saturday, November 24, 2012

Holiday Gifts Ideas 2012: Butter London's Limited Edition goop Collection

Butter London Goop
Butter London and goop have teamed up to create a great collection of 3 polishes!

Included:
Hampstead Heath: Mossy green and gold shimmer in a deep charcoal base
Bread & Butter Pudding: Sheer ivory creme
Abso-bloody-lutely: Opaque black cherry creme

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You can buy the collection exclusively on goop.com

Wednesday, September 19, 2012

A Month of Red Lippies: Butter London Come to Bed Red Lip Gloss

Butter London Come to Bed Red Lip Gloss swatch
When Butter London released their Lippies, I kind of liked them, though I do think they're a little thicker and some of the colors are a little stickier than others.

Come to Bed Red is very, very pigmented. It applies very easily and quickly, and is a little stickier than a MAC Lipglass, for example, but it really isn't that sticky for such a pigmented gloss. It lasts for a few hours easily despite a drink, talking or eating. Definitely worth checking out!

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Wednesday, September 05, 2012

Makeup Wars: My Favorite Nail Polish Options for Fall

Fall Nail Polish
Fall is by far my favorite season. Changing leaves, crisp cool air, college football (even when your team gets spanked by the reigning national champs in a very embarrassing game).... I love it all. I want to put on some dark lippies, nail polish and wear boots with everything!

This week for Makeup Wars we've decided to share our favorite fall nail polish colors. I had a really hard time deciding, so I've opted to show you my favorite new release color and my all time favorite color as well!

Butter London Gobsmacked
Butter London's new fall collection includes this amazing dark blue-ish grey glitter. I have been wanting a perfect dark grey glitter, and while I have a few options (like OPI's Lucerne-tainly Look Marvelous), somehow the plain dark grey comes across as too dark and just blah on me. This shade is dark grey in about 95% of lights, but there is a little bit of blue in it (as you can see here in the closeup) and somehow that keeps it from looking flat and boring with my pale coloring.

This is 3 coats. The glitter is suspended in an almost completely translucent base, and the first coat I used was very thin, I thought I'd need 20 coats to opaque! Luckily that wasn't the case. Use thin layers, the glitter can get gloppy quickly.

Essie Wicked
Essie Wicked is my old stand-by fall vampy color. This is my 3rd bottle. Yes, I've repurchased it twice! This dark red is very dark, but just not quite so dark that it looks black (it is most definitely a dark red-burgundy in pretty much any lighting). This is 3 coats.











Thursday, April 19, 2012

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

Saturday, April 14, 2012

Butter London Snog Nail Polish Swatch

butter london nail polish swatch snog

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Thursday, April 12, 2012

Lippie Love: Butter London Snog Lippy

butter london lippy swatch snog


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Sunday, April 08, 2012

Wednesday, April 04, 2012

Tuesday, April 03, 2012

Butter London Teddy Girl Nail Polish Swatch

butter london nail polish swatch teddy girl


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Friday, March 30, 2012

Butter London Trout Pout Nail Polish Swatch

butter london nail polish swatch trout pout

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Tuesday, March 27, 2012

Lippie Love: Butter London Yummy Mummy Lippy

butter london lippy swatch Yummy Mummy
Butter London's Yummy Mummy Lippie. It's a very basic nude that works for me, though I do miss having some shimmer. I've been mixing in a little dot of pink gloss in the center of my lip to add dimension and the result is amazing!

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Monday, March 26, 2012

Butter London Yummy Mummy Nail Polish Swatch

butter london nail polish swatch Yummy Mummy
Butter London's Yummy Mummy Nail polish is a very pretty nude, though obviously it doesn't work with every skin tone.

I like that it has a very subtle shimmer to add dimension.

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Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Butter London's New Lippies: Lips to Match Your Tips

butter london swatch review nail polish
Butter London is one of those cult brands that is becoming more well known lately. I love their colors and they do wear very well. They've just released a line of glosses to match their best selling polishes, and I think they're a lot of fun! They're perfect for the matchy-matchy look that promises to be popular this spring.

butter london swatch review nail polish
These lippies are well pigmented and feel hydrating with minimal stickiness. They smell (and taste) a bit floral with some melon thrown in to the mix. It's a bit... odd? I don't notice after a few minutes, but the floral in a lippy just wasn't something I was expecting. They lasted a few hours on me without issues before starting to fade, which is pretty good considering how much I'm usually chatting or sipping on a drink.

The lip glosses apply with a sponge applicator (which does have a little angle on it). The gloss is a bit thicker than many other glosses, so the sponge is a much better applicator than a brush would be.

The shades aren't 100% faithfully reproduced, thank goodness! The main difference was the frosty shimmer in Yummy Mummy. That lippy is a creme.

Read on to see how the shades look on me.