and I think I may have created a monster, what was meant to only be a one polish purchase
ended up as a five polish splurge as I simply couldn't settle on just one shade...oops!
"An edgy and unusual coloured taupe nail lacquer often described as putty-meets-mushroom. Sounds strange and wrong, but somehow it works, like deep fried Mars bars (an actual English delicacy*)."
One of the shades I picked up is Fash Pack, a slightly muddy brown shade that has a purple tone
and can be compared to quite a few polishes out there, including a famous Chanel shade.
Although Fash Pack may not be the most original shade it is really flattering and great for everyday
wear and perfect for those that want muted nails but do not enjoy fully nude tones.
butterLONDON polishes is a 3 free company (no formaldehyde, tolune or DBP...nope no clue what any
of those things are) and have one of the best brushes around in my opinion - long and narrow, which is
a blessing when you have annoyingly small nail beds.
The formula is not to be sniffed at either, two quick coats and you have full opaque coverage that
dries quickly too!
butterLONDON Fash Pack Nail Lacquer 11ml/£12 via butterLONDON - link
*Sorry londonBUTTER but a deep fried Mars Bar is actually a Scottish delicacy.
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