Tuesday, July 1, 2014

BUTTER LONDON NAIL LACQUER IN SLAPPER & YUMMY MUMMY: REVIEW, PHOTOS & SWATCHES

Today, I have a Butter London review to share with you all. I quickly fell in love with this brand after trying out their Nail Lacquer in Dahling. I'm really impressed by the quality off the their Nail Lacquers, they also have a pretty decent color selection too. If you missed my review off Dahling, you can find it HERE. Keep reading to find out my thoughts on Butter London's Nail Lacqer in Slapper and Yummy Mummy! :-) 

 ♥ Butter London Nail Lacqer in Yummy Mummy and Slapper. 

 ♥ Butter London Nail Lacqer in Slapper. 

Butter London Nail Lacquer in Slapper ($22.00 for 11ml /.4 fl.oz.) is a gorgeous teal with a creamy finish. Slapper is such a bold and bright nail polish, a very beautiful and refreshing shade for Summer. 

 ♥ Butter London Nail Lacqer in Slapper. 

  ♥ Butter London Nail Lacqer in Slapper.

 ♥ Butter London Nail Lacqer in Yummy Mummy. 

Butter London Nail Lacquer in Yummy Mummy ($22.00 for 11ml /.4 fl.oz.) is a beautiful, medium beige with a pearly finish. Yummy Mummy is one off those nail polishes that looks pretty on the nails all year round. 

 ♥ Butter London Nail Lacqer in Yummy Mummy. 

 The Butter London Nail Lacquers come in a sleek and cute little bottle with a white sticker, which has the name off the shade written on the bottom off the bottle. It's got a big black cap, which you have to remove before you can start to apply the nail polish. I like that the cap is removable, because it makes the application so much easier, and it also gives me a lot more control over the brush as well. There is also an image off a white little bird on top off the brush handle, which I think is such a cute detail! :-)

♥ Butter London Nail Lacqer in Yummy Mummy. 
 
 Overall, I'm very happy with both off these nail polishes from Butter London. Both Slapper and Yummy Mummy are very easy to apply. I didn't have any problems with streaking, sheerness or them looking patchy on my nails during the application. They both have a pretty thin consistency, not too runny though. They dry quite fast and they are both fully opaque in two coats. I'm a big fan off the shape and design off the Butter London Nail Lacquer bottles. They look very elegant and pretty, nice for decoration too! :-) 

Ingredients:
Ethyl acetate, butyl acetate, isopropyl alcohol, nitrocellulose, adipic acid, neopentyl glycol, trimellitic anhydride, copolymer, trimethyl pentanyl diisobutyrate, triphenyl phosphate, stearalkonium hectorite, diacetone alcohol, citric acid, dimethicone, benzophenone-1.

Where to buy?
Butter London Nail Lacquer in Slapper and Yummy Mummy is available at Beautiful Because for $22.00 each. You can find Slapper, HERE and Yummy Mummy, HERE

Note:
Butter London is cruelty free.

What do you think about Slapper and Yummy Mummy? Which Butter London Nail Lacquer is your favorite? If you haven't tried any, which one would you like to try out? :-) Love, Christine♥

Disclaimer:
This product(s) was sent to me by Beautiful Because for review purposes only. No payment was received for this review. My reviews are based on my personal opinions and experience using the item(s). All opinions are my own and 100% honest.
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5 comments

  1. I love the Butter London polishes, they're so gorgeous and I am completely in love with the packaging. I only have one which I picked up for £6 in TK Maxx in the shade Billy No Mates but I need more, love them!xx
    Katherine Rosie | UK Beauty Blog

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    1. Billy No Mates looks really pretty :-D Yeah, I absolutely love Butter London nail polishes, I want them all, lol. Have you tried out their other products?

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  2. uuh. Det var skikkelig fine lakker :D

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