We were able to select from the 6 Ready-to-Wear collection. 1, All Hail The Queen was already part of my collection, so I chose Bluey, which I had been wanting for ages, Pillar Box Red, and Knackered. Along with the 3 we selected, we also received a bottle of the butter LONDON Matte Finish Top Coat.
The first shade I jumped at was Bluey. As I mentioned previously, this had been a shade I had wanted for some time. It is described as "A slightly metallic, dark peacock blue". It is very sheer and required 3 coats to achieve this level of opacity. Nonetheless, it was well worth the wait. I love these peacock blues and butter LONDON does not disappoint.
As we are heading into Autumn now, it is the perfect time for me to start sporting matted nails. And butter LONDON has provided me with their Matte Top Coat. Bluey mattified is gorgeous!
Next, is Pillar Box Red. This is just the perfect, true cream red. A classic, necessity for every polish collection.
Lastly, I chose the iridescent, holographic, duochrome Knackered. With those adjectives, who could pass this one up, LOL! The butter LONDON website describes it as "A sheer, twinkling oyster shade flecked with micro glitter particles... duochrome." This is very sheer polish. As pictured this is 2 coats, so it would definitely take 4-5 coats to achieve an opaque application.
And mattifed, I achieved an iridescent dove gray.
So these are 3 butter LONDON polishes I gladly added to my butter LONDON collection. Thanks to Coterie.
Did you get in on either of the Coterie/butter London specials? If so, what colors did you select?
So you may be asking "What is Coterie?"
Coterie is an exclusive, members-only site featuring an ultra-selective collection of the newest and most sought-after beauty products. In collaboration with top makeup artists, stylists and industry trendsetters, Coterie provides the woman on-the-go access to everything she needs to know, all in one place.
Grace, Peace, & Blessings.
* These products were sent to me as part of the review of a new website by the PR department of the website. These however, are my honest opinions. I am not employed by nor was I paid by either company.