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Friday, March 29, 2013

Butter London Molly-Coddled and Cuppa!

Tonight, I get to show you my first Butter London polishes sent to me to review!  Butter London sent me Molly-Coddled and Cuppa from their Spring 2013 line.  I decided to include some nail art as well as swatches.
Here, I used a base coat of Molly-Coddled, a creamy lavender. I used a large dotting tool to make dots with Cuppa, and then used a smaller dotting tool and Molly-Coddled to go inside those large dots.
Butter London Cuppa
 Here is Molly-Coddled on its own. I used two coats and true to Butter London's application, the coats were buttery and so easy to apply. While the brush isn't wide, I noticed it laid flat and gave me a nice clean line near my cuticle edge.  I just adore this color for spring!
I tend to get bored easily, so I did my other hand with something different.  I used a base coat of Cuppa, a light beige cream.  I put tape on my nail at a diagonal for a clean line and then used Molly-Coddled for the tip. I then used a large dotting tool to make dots in Cuppa right on the center of the line and went over each tan dot with a smaller dotting tool in Molly-Coddled.
Butter London Molly-Coddled
 Here is Cuppa on its own. I used two coats for opacity and it went on so easily.   While I won't wear this one on its own; it will certainly be a perfect base coat for a lot of nail art!
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*these polishes were sent for my honest review*

3 comments:

cynthia decker said...

You did a excellent review as always! I love the artwork you did, your creations are always stunning!

Michelle Rouhier said...

Thank you Cynthia!

Kelly Ruiz said...

I love these! Great job!