The Starkers collection colors remind me of some foundations. Butter London Shandy is a peachy nude (think of it as a cool-toned shade like the Chanel Beige Rose series). Butter London Tea& Toast is a warm tan color (like the Chanel Beige Ambré series).
Nude nail colors can really run the gamut of shades, so I've included some color comparisons to better demonstrate the colors. You can see that Butter London Shandy is not nearly as peachy as Orly Sheer Pêche (which I've layered thickly for effect), and it's not a traditional beige nude like Sephora by OPI Going Nude Eh?. You might say it's somewhere in between! Butter London Tea & Toast is similar to OPI San Tan-Tonio, but it's slightly warmer and has more red tones. Tea & Toast is significantly lighter than NARS Bad Influence.
Butter London Shandy and Butter London Tea & Toast nail lacquers ($15 each) are delightful additions to my nail lacquer collection. The colors are fun and the formulas are well done. I'm particularly fond of Shandy; its peachy-coolness is a nice departure from typically warm or beige nude nail colors.The Starkers collection is available at Butter London and other beauty retailers. The whole set is also available at Goop for $40. Thanks for reading! Have you tried or eyed the Butter London Starkers collection? What Butter London polishes have you tried recently?
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