Butter London Sunbaker is a radiant red-orange shimmer. Like its namesake, it evokes the heat of the sun! Butter London Champers is a champagne shimmer. It's a gorgeous, bubbly color --- exactly what you'd expect from a glass of champagne!
Butter London Marbs is a warm yellow-gold shimmer that leans a bit bronze. Golds can sometimes be hard for me to wear, but this was quite flattering against my skintone. Butter London Bit Faker is a stunning bronze glitter on a dark brown base. The glitter is quite dense, it only requires two thick coats for complete opacity.
Butter London Bobby Dazzler is a shining silver that leans slightly warm. It's a little warmer than the blue tinged silver of SpaRitual Silver, but cooler than the more yellow-toned Sephora by OPI Queen of Everything. Butter London Marbs is an warm bronzed yellow gold. You can see it has more bronze tones than the yellow beige gold of NARS Versailles. It has similar tones to the glitter in China Glaze I Herd That. Butter London Bit Faker has a dark brown base that's a bit darker than NARS Bad Influence, and bronze glitter that's a bit warmer than OPI San Tan-Tonio.
Here's a final look at swatches of the Butter London Summer Holiday 2013 collection!
The Butter London Summer Holiday 2013 collection ($15 each) is a stunning collection of nail lacquers. There's a big dose of warmth here; you almost feel the summer sun reflected in them! I love how each color is unexpected, yet well nuanced as to make them very wearable. It's tough to choose a favorite, as I've been enjoying every single color --- however if I had to choose, the fiery red orange of Butter London Sunbaker and the watery blue of Butter London Poole would be my picks! Butter London is available at Sephora, Ulta, and other beauty retailers.
Thanks for reading! Which of the Butter London Summer Holiday 2013 colors are your favorites? What Butter London nail polishes have you picked up recently?
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