Archive for September, 2011

Rimmel London Lasting Finish Pro – Hard Metal (swatches & review)

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Hard Metal

Morning!

First of all, I have a new blog layout! What do you all think? I think it’s a bit more user friendly and streamlined than my previous layout. I also tried to instal the Disqus commenting system but it just wasn’t cooperating with me, it was putting comments in the wrong posts! :-P You’ll also see a lot more ways to follow me and the blog located on the upper right hand side of the page, right above the ‘Wishlist’ tab and also in the green ‘More Ways To Follow Me’ section. :-)

I hope everyone is having a good start to their weekends. I have one more midnight shift tonight and then I’m free! I cannot wait, this week has been so incredibly stressful. I’m ready to do absolutely nothing (except relax and swatch polish) for several days. ^_^

I’ve got a brand that’s new for me to share with you all today, this time it’s Rimmel London Lasting Finish Pro’s Hard Metal. Rimmel London Hard Metal is another polish that my roomie picked up and graciously let me swatch for the blog. She really likes this brand and insisted that I give it a try, and I’m definitely glad I did! :-)

All swatches today are with Seche Vite top coat and Sally Hansen Nail Quencher base coat.

 


Hard Metal

Hard Metal
Hard Metal
Hard Metal is a gorgeous medium blue metallic with subtle purple and teal shimmer. The first thing I noticed about this polish was the colossal size of its brush, it almost puts the OPI Pro Wide brush to shame! I immediately thought I was going to hate is as much as I hate the OPI brush (Wide Brush + Narrow Nails = Unhappy Rie), but this brush was heavenly.

It was the exact perfect width for me, to the point that it only took one stroke to cover my entire nail! The end of the brush is a little curved so it also fit perfectly in the groove of my cuticle. I didn’t even have to do my usual clean-up routine (fyi: acetone on an angled eyeliner brush around the edge of my nails). I repeat, ABSOLUTELY NO CLEAN-UP after polishing my nails with Hard Metal. This is a first, not that I’m messy at polishing my nails but I at least usually have some imperfections here or there. ;-)
Hard Metal
Oh hai macro shot! The formula for Hard Metal is pretty amazing. It’s a teeny bit on the frosty side of metallic but hardly showed any brush strokes. This is two smooth and incredibly easy coats. Click this macro for an excellent shot of the fine teal and purple shimmer. :-)
Hard Metal
And here’s a shot of the brush. You see what I mean? Giganto!! On the Rimmel website they describe it as “The Mistake-Free Pro” brush, and I admit I have to agree with the mistake free part. But honestly this was probably one of the best polish brushes that I have ever used. Can I fall in love with a brush? Cause I think I just did. :-D


Final Thoughts:

So I hate the brush on this polish a lot. ;-) Joking aside, I’m really pleased with Hard Metal. I always passed over the Rimmel London brand whenever I was out polish hunting, and now after trying Hard Metal they’ve definitely got my full attention. I’ll have to pick up a few more of these guys to see if I love them as much as I loved this one. I’ll also do a wear test on the next one I try to see if it actually lives up to the “Up to 10 day” promise. ^_^

Purchase Info:

Rimmel London Lasting Finish Pro polishes can be purchased at drugstores and larger retailers nationwide (Target, Walmart, CVS, Walgreens, etc.). Prices may vary, but I think the roomie paid $4.95 for this one.

Models Own Beetlejuice Collection Preview!!

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Models Own Beetlejuice Collection
From left to right: Golden Green, Pinky Brown, Purple Blue, Aqua Violet and Emerald Black.

 

Introducing the Models Own Beetlejuice Collection! So, I just about fell out of my chair when I saw the photos of this upcoming collection from Models Own. They are ALL multichrome polishes people!! You best believe I will be all over these when they’re released in November. Which one are you the most excited for?

 

Via the Models Own Facebook Page:

NEW from Models Own and launching this November – The BEETLEJUICE Collection! Consists of FIVE new multi-tonal shades – GOLDEN GREEN, a fresh energetic acid; PINKY BROWN, a warm rusty pink; PURPLE BLUE, a vibrant punch of fuchsia indigo; AQUA VIOLET, a true sky shimmer; and EMERALD BLACK, a bold-blackened midnight peacock! Each bottle contains four pearlescent colours mixed into one gleaming shade, and the complex colour-shifting, with flashes of vivid tones and ethereal hues, gives a shimmering duo chrome finish. Priced at just £5 each and available early November exclusively at our website.

 

*image courtesy of Models Own

A-England Guinevere (swatches & review)

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Guinevere

Morning!

We’re so close to Friday people, just one more day until the weekend! :-D I found out spectacular news yesterday, my boyfriend doesn’t have to move to Arizona! Through a stroke of random luck he ended up getting an apprenticeship where we currently live, doing exactly what he planned on studying in school. So everyone’s a winner! I think we’re still going to visit AZ this winter to get away from the snow though. ^_^

Today I’ve got another polish from A-England’s The Mythicals collection. This time we’ll get a look at Guinevere, a lovely dusty lavender creme. I used Seche Vite top coat and Sally Hansen Nail Quencher base coat for all swatches shown here.

 


Guinevere

Guinevere
Guinevere
As previously mentioned, A-England Guinevere is a lovely dusty lavender creme. Just like all other A-England polishes I’ve tried, the application and formula was flawless. This is two thin easy and creamy coats. :-) I will say that the polish appeared a tad bit darker on my nails than it was in the bottle, but it’s still a lovely shade.
Guinevere
Guinevere
Here’s a few photos I took with my camera flash. The grey undertones leave Guinevere and you’re left with a beautiful lilac hue. :-D


Final Thoughts:

A-England is quickly becoming one of my favorite brands of polish. They are a 3-free and cruelty free brand, and the quality of the polishes I’ve had the chance to try are top notch. At first I wasn’t too sure about Guinevere because it almost borders on pastel against my skintone (a recipe for Ultra Mega Lobster Hands), but after wearing it for a day I realized that I loved it. ^_^ I’ll be adding Guinevere to my list of favorites. <3

Purchase Info:

You can take any polish from The Mythicals collection home by visiting the A-England official website at www.a-england.co.uk, they retail at £9.00 per 13ml bottle of polish and free international shipping is offered. :-D A-England polishes can also be purchased for $12.00/ea through their US stockist, llarowe, and she does offer worldwide shipping (although Italy is currently excluded).

 

*The products in this post were sent to me for reviewing purposes.

For more information, check out my Disclosure Policy.

Essie Fall 2011 Brand New Bag Collection (swatches & review)

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Very Structured, Power Clutch, Lady Like, Carry On

Morning Everyone!

I hope everyone is having a great week so far! My boyfriend is three days away from moving across the country for school so my emotions are all over the map this week, lol! On the plus side, I get to go with him and his mom to help him move down to Arizona so it’ll be a nice (LONG) road trip and I’ll get one extra week with him since we’re staying until October 7th or 8th. Plus now I’ll have somewhere warm to visit when we start getting pounded with endless snow this winter. ^_^

My roommate (a recently created polish fanatic, mostly my fault… no regrets!) came home with the Essie Fall 2011 Brand New Bag collection mini-cube 4pc set the other day, and she was gracious enough to let me swatch it for the blog. :-) The only colors I will not be showing today are Glamour Purse and Case Study since they were not included in the mini-cube. You can see wonderfully represented swatches of those two colors done by Eugenia over at Ommorphia Beauty Bar.

All swatches today are done with Sally Hansen Nail Quencher base coat and Seche Vite top coat unless otherwise noted.

 


Lady Like

Lady Like
Lady Like is a neutral dusty rose creme with grey undertones. It was a little on the thick side but it evened itself out quite nicely. This is two coats, and this is the only swatch where I used Pro-FX Quick Dry top coat. Kelly at Posh for Polish did a really great review on this top coat, you can check it out [HERE]. :-)

Very Structured

Very Structured
Very Structured surprised me when I put it on. In the bottle it looks a lot more red, but on the nail it’s a lovely burnt sienna brown creme. This is two coats. I wasn’t sure how much I would like this one since I rarely wear brown polish, but it’s quite lovely and perfect for fall. :-)

Carry On

Carry On
Carry On is a deep burgundy (almost black) creme, this is two coats. I think this one had the easiest formula to work with, it was a lot thinner than the other polishes in this mini-cube set.
Carry On (w/flash)
Here’s a picture of Carry On taken with camera flash. The purple color really comes out now, it’s quite gorgeous. ^_^

Power Clutch

Power Clutch
And now the most intriguing color of the collection, Power Clutch. This color baffles me. Sometimes I look at it and I only see a very muted green. Other times I see a grey with green undertones. Basically it makes me feel like I’m taking crazy pills. :-P Regardless of what color it is, I really really like it!

This is two coats. Application for this one was a bit tricky. I don’t know if it was just a defect but the brush on the bottle of Power Clutch I swatched was extremely stiff and refused to spread out. I had to use a lot more strokes and do quite a bit of cleanup afterward to make things look neat again.
Power Clutch (w/flash)
Here’s a photo taken with camera flash, I think it highlights the green base in Power Clutch really well.


Final Thoughts:

I was a little underwhelmed by this collection as a whole. This is a very neutral heavy collection (including the two colors I did not swatch today) and not something I would normally pick out of the lineup for myself. Carry On would be gorgeous if it was the lovely shade that is shown in my picture with flash, but 90% of the time it just looks black to me. :-( I really liked Power Clutch though, it combines grey and green which are two of my favorite polish colors. And I’m surprised at how much I enjoyed Very Structured because it’s definitely not a typical “Rie” color! Overall, this is not a horrible collection. They all had great pigmentation and were opaque in two coats. If you’re a neutral polish fan then I would definitely recommend this collection to you. :-)

Purchase Info:

Essie polishes can be purchased from salons and Target stores nationwide. You can also find Essie online at nailsupplies.us and transdesign.com. Essie polish retails at $8.00/ea for a 0.5 fl oz full-sized bottle of polish. Right now NailSupplies and Transdesign are having a sale, full-sized Essie are $4.00/ea, 6pc cube sets are $24.00 and the mini-cube 4pc sets are $8.50. :-D

Weekly Roundup: 9/18 – 9/24

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Beauty and Fashion Tech - Home Laser Hair Removal 
Girl Gloss - MAC Styledriven Swatches
Polish Fixation - My First Jelly Sandwich! 
Midnight Manicures - A Englands Holy Grail 
Nailfiled- Caronia Bright Nights Collection
Bookworm Nails - Essie Power Clutch/Princess Tiara Nail Art
Beauty Thesis – How Old Is Your Makeup?  Find Out With A Cosmetic Calculator [Resource]
Polish Insomniac – Stash Shots:  Dior! 
Beauty Info Zone – So…when are you going to try Wen?  
Nails and Noms – My First and Last Julep Maven Box, For Now…
Red Hair and Black Nail Polish - Nail Art Tutorial: Abstract Squares
Glitter.Gloss.Garbage - MAC Quiet Time Nail Swatch
Addicted To All Things Pretty - 20 Collections Krissy wants OPI to produce before she dies

Cult Nails Hypnotic Collection – Part 3

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Awakening, Hypnotize Me, Enigmatic, In A Trance

Morning!

I hope everyone is having a good Monday so far, I have today off so I’m having a great day already! :-P I have a few errands to run, but then I’ll be spending the rest of my afternoon swatching and having a Supernatural marathon of season 6. ^_^ Supernatural is one of my favorite shows, so I’m catching up on the previous season before I see what happens in season 7. :-D

Last but certainly not least, we’re at part 3 of my Cult Nails Hypnotic collection swatches (you can see Part 1 [HERE] and Part 2 [HERE]). Today we’re looking at In A Trance, I think this one might be my favorite out of the four polishes. Keep reading and you’ll quickly see why. :-)

I used Sally Hansen Nail Quencher Hydrating base coat for each of today’s’ swatches. Clicking the images will bring you to the original sized photos.


In A Trance

In A Trance
In A Trance
In A Trance is an absolutely gorgeous olive green polish with a golden shimmer. As Nicole said to me the other day, this is such a ME color. I could probably live with only painting my nails with olive green and seafoam hued polishes forever. :-D This polish was a breeze to work with, the formula was very smooth and spreadable. I used two coats.
In A Trance
Here’s a macro shot. I love that the golden micro-shimmer stays visible no matter what type of lighting you’re in.  Click this baby for some ultimate eye-candy. ^_^

In A Trance + Hypnotize Me

Hypnotize Me & In A Trance
Here’s one coat of Hypnotize Me layered over two coats of In A Trance, I did use Seche Vite top coat because Hypnotize Me dries dull. You can read a more full review of Hypnotize Me on Part 1 of my Hypnotic collection posts. This layering combo didn’t really do much for me, the contrast of green on top of green left me feeling meh.
Hypnotize Me & In A Trance
Here’s the macro shot on this one. I honestly think that In A Trance is too pretty to be layered with anything else. ;-)


Final Thoughts:

I really enjoyed the entire Hypnotic collection, but for me the stand out color is In A Trance (green lover here, I’m a little biased :-P ). It’s a tie for second place with Awakening and Enigmatic, I honestly can’t decide which of the two I love more! The formula on the three I just mentioned was fantastic, smooth and buttery. The only one I can’t see everyone loving is Hypnotize Me, especially if you’re not a fan of thick glitter polishes.

Purchase Info:

Cult Nails polishes are B3-Free, vegan friendly and cruelty free. They’re also free of phthalate or camphor. You can purchase them from the Cult Nails website, or OverallBeauty.com. Retail price is $10.00/ea per 0.5oz bottle of polish.

Cult Nails Hypnotic Collection – Part 2

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Cult Nails Haul - Hypnotic Collection

Morning!

Sorry this post is so late today! I was having a slow start this morning, but now that I’ve had my iced coffee and fruit salad I’m good to go. :-D Continuing with the Cult Nails Hypnotic collection, I’ve got Enigmatic to show you all today. Enigmatic is a lovely brown based purple shimmer, I don’t have anything quite like it in my collection. And I have a LOT of purple shimmers. ;-)

I also wanted to say how much I LOVE the Cult Nails packaging, you can see the contents of my latest purchase in the picture above. Each shipment of Cult Nails polishes is made with recyclable and/or reusable materials. I love that each of my packages came with a large handful of cotton balls that I can use for removing my manis. :-)

I used Sally Hansen Nail Quencher base coat for these swatches. No top coat was used unless otherwise specified.

 


Enigmatic

Enigmatic
Enigmatic
Enigmatic is a lovely medium purple polish with tons of shimmer. What makes this different from all of my other purple shimmers is the brown leaning base that it has. You can see it a little bit here if you enlarge the photos, but it’s especially noticeable on my macro shot of the polish. I had no problems with applying Enigmatic, it was thin but spreadable. This is three coats with no top coat, but I could have stopped at two. And just like Awakening, Enigmatic dried quickly and incredibly glossy.
Enigmatic (with flash)
Here’s a picture of Enigmatic that was taken with my camera flash. I love how the purple really comes out to play with flash and in the sunlight. You get the hints of the pink shimmer that you really can’t see indoors (enlarge this one for a better look).
Enigmatic
Macro shot, I just love the flecked shimmer in this one. :-D I think Enigmatic is the perfect name for it because it’s a bit of a chameleon! You can definitely see the brown base around the edges on my nail.

Enigmatic + Hypnotize Me

Enigmatic + Hypnotize Me
Enigmatic + Hypnotize Me
Here I layered one coat of Hypnotize Me over three coats of Enigmatic, I used Seche Vite as my top coat. I think is my favorite layering combination out of the three other fall colors from the Hypnotic collection. The luminescent glitter in Hypnotize Me really pops against the darker hue in Enigmatic and again I can only describe the look as ‘glowing’. *swoons*
Enigmatic + Hypnotize Me
And here’s the macro shot that you positively need to enlarge. :-D


Final Thoughts:

Once again I had no issues with this polish and I’m happy to add Enigmatic to my stash. I think this color layered with Hypnotize Me is stellar, I’ll have to try it as a pedicure in the near future. If you missed it from yesterday, you can view Part 1 of my Cult Nails Hypnotic collection review [HERE]. ^_^

Purchase Info:

Cult Nails polishes are B3-Free, vegan friendly and cruelty free. They’re also free of phthalate or camphor. You can purchase them from the Cult Nails website, or OverallBeauty.com. Retail price is $10.00/ea per 0.5oz bottle of polish.

Cult Nails Hypnotic Collection – Part 1

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Awakening, Hypnotize Me, Enigmatic, In A Trance

Morning Everyone!

I’m back to having nubbins again you guys. I’m a klutz and I expertly managed to snap off/break three nails on my right hand with record speed, so I had to file ‘em all down. :-(

I’ve got another wonderful fall collection to share with you today. This time we’ve got the Cult Nails Hypnotic collection, which included two shimmers (In A Trance & Enigmatic), a creme (Awakening), and a layering glitter polish (Hypnotize Me). :-) I took a boatload of pictures so I’ll be splitting this into three posts. Today I’m showing you Awakening by itself, along with Hypnotize Me layered on top of it.

I used Sally Hansen Nail Quencher for all swatches shown today. No top coat was used unless specified. Clicking each photo will enlarge it to its original size. :-)

 


Awakening

Awakening
Awakening is a GORGEOUS blackened teal jellish creme. Application was decent, the formula was a little on the watery side. This is three thin coats, though I probably could have gotten away with two medium coats. This polish dries incredibly glossy, look at that picture again because I did NOT use a top coat! You can see my curtains in the reflection of this polish, ha! I can’t believe how shiny this is!

Hypnotize Me + Awakening

Hypnotize Me + Awakening
Hypnotize Me + Awakening
I layered one coat of Hypnotize Me over Awakening, and then I died. :-P This layering combination is friggin’ amazing! It looks like my nails are glowing. :-D I loved this one so much that I was downright sad that I had to take it off to continue swatching the rest of the collection, haha!
Hypnotize Me + Awakening
My only complaint about Hypnotize Me was the thickness. This polish was THICK, it was impossible to do a thin coat with it. But the glitter is pretty well saturated so one coat was enough to get excellent coverage, and it dried to the touch relatively fast. It’s pretty dull looking once it dries so you’ll definitely need a good thick top coat. I used Seche Vite and it brought it back to life for me. ^_^
Hypnotize Me + Awakening
Gratuitous macro shot. You. Need. To. Enlarge. This. Photo. Right meow! :-D


Final Thoughts:

I’ve yet to be disappointed by a Cult Nails polish (you can check out my other posts [HERE]) and these two are no exception to this rule. The glossy/squishy look of Awakening is to die for and I’m thinking it’ll be my go-to teal polish from this day forward. I love the glowy look of Hypnotize Me. It’s thick, but I really didn’t mind it because it saved me from having to do multiple layers. I’m confident that a polish thinner would de-goopify it for those who prefer thinner coats. ;-)

Purchase Info:

Cult Nails polishes are B3-Free, vegan friendly and cruelty free. They’re also free of phthalate or camphor. You can purchase them from the Cult Nails website, or OverallBeauty.com. Retail price is $10.00/ea per 0.5oz bottle of polish.

My First and Last Julep Maven Box, For Now…

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Olivia, Miranda

Morning Everyone!

** I’ll apologize now because long post is long… You might want to grab a snack. ;-) **

I have been putting this post off for way too long so I figured that I would finally throw it out there. I’m sure that many of you have by now heard of the Julep Maven program. Initially I had mixed feelings. I mean, it sounds fantastic! It’s like Birchbox for polish fanatics, what can be bad about that right?! But I was on the fence because $20 a month is pretty pricy for me to do a monthly subscription on something I’m not sure would be totally worth it on a brand I was unfamiliar with. I eventually caved after taking the Maven “style” quiz at least a dozen times and chickening out, but I got lucky and used a code so my first Maven box was only $10. My Maven personality was ‘Boho Glam’, I placed my order and waited patiently for my box to arrive. It was while I was waiting for my shipment that I started hearing Julep Maven horror stories…

First people started having issues with the referral codes they were given, and apparently Julep was failing to mention to people that the codes they had on their sites were non-functional. Then people had issues with receiving the wrong Maven package, receiving their package late, or sometimes not at all! And still after that there were stories of people being double charged and/or charged AFTER they’d cancelled their account. Even the Julep page on Facebook was being inundated with complaints. Several bloggers wrote about their experiences with the program: Imperfectly Painted [HERE], The PolishAholic [HERE], Kittypolishnbags [HERE], and Once Bitten [HERE]. Now I was starting to really regret my impulse urge to sign up for this program…

I ended up deciding to cancel my subscription because I just don’t feel 100% confident about the company right now. And even then I had to email/call them twice before I received confirmation of my cancellation three weeks later! I feel like they were just not ready for the overwhelming response they received when the program started and they had a Customer & Technical Service implosion. I’m going to continue to monitor the company to see if they can turn this bad juju around, and perhaps in the future I will re-sign up to be a Julep Maven AFTER the program has taken the time to work out all the kinks.

Now after I’ve said 390433.5 negative things about the company, I would like to share my swatches with you of the two Boho Glam colors I received. :-P My package did arrive within a week of placing my order and everything came in the cute little Julep box. Inside the box was a gift bag tied together with a bow that held my two polishes, Julep’s basecoat, a full-sized bottle of the Glycolic Hand Scrub and a few other samples nestled inside. I used my samples of the hand lotion and the hand scrub before swatching. I liked the scrub a lot but the hand lotion was pretty watery and had a funny scent that I didn’t really care for. Onto the swatches (finally…)! :-D

 


Miranda

Miranda
Miranda
Miranda is a frickin’ gorgeous muted seafoam green, and I’m basically wild about this particular shade of polish. I get the most compliments when I where this particular color. Miranda did not disappoint. The formula on this one was top-notch: thin, spreadable, easy to work with and dried glossy. This is three thin coats. I used my SH Nail Quencher base coat on this one and the Pro-FX Ultra Fast Dry top coat.

Olivia

Olivia
Olivia
Olivia is a dark chocolate brown creme. This one applied just as beautifully as Miranda, again I used three coats I used two coats (I can’t read my own swatching notes ;-)). My ring finger ended up looking super lumpy but I think that was an issue with the base coat. I used Pro-FX top coat again but I tried the Julep base coat this time, not super impressed. It was really quite thin and obviously did not give me a smooth surface to work with.


Final Thoughts:

I’m really quite torn over the Julep Maven program. While I love the two creme polishes that were sent to me the colors themselves are not very unique, however the formulas on each were heavenly. Individually each polish retails at $14 for a single .27ml bottle of polish, which I think is really too expensive for such a small bottle. With the program it seems like you get more for your money so it’d probably be the only way I’d continue to receive polishes from this brand unless they came out with a unique color that really wow’d me.

While I’ve focused on more of the negative aspects of this new program I don’t want to completely write it off just yet. A lot of people are also having good experiences with the program, as shown by Squared Nails [HERE] and Obsessive Cosmetic Hoarders, Unite! [HERE]. I guess what I’m trying to say is… Take Julep with a grain of salt? And a bit of patience if you decide to sign up now. For me personally, I’m gonna give it a few more months at least. :-)

Butter London Wallis (swatches & review)

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Wallis

Happy Wednesday Everyone!

I hope everyone is having a great week so far. Today we’re looking at Wallis by Butter London, this is the first Butter London polish I’ve ever owned! I’m extremely excited to be able to show this polish today because I honestly had given up hope of ever owning it. I couldn’t find Wallis online anywhere, and I wasn’t about to pay the outrageous prices it was being sold for on evilbay. Then my polish finding angel, aka Dana, shot me the most glorious text message ever… “The new Ulta opened next door to my job, I just bought two bottles of Wallis. One for you and one for me.” She is a peach. :-D

I used Seche Vite top coat and Sally Hansen Nail Quencher base coat for the swatches shown today. Clicking the images will bring you to the original sized pictures.  ^_^

 


Wallis

Wallis
Wallis
Ah, my dear Wallis, where do I begin? I absolutely LOVE this polish. Wallis is a blackened olive green/gold foil that was born to be worn during the fall. The formula was thin and spreadable, this is three thin coats. Dry time was lightning fast, but I expected that since Wallis has a foil finish.
Wallis
I couldn’t stop staring at my nails when I had this on. From some angles it’s definitely more of a tarnished gold color (the bottle pic, for example) and then it shifts to this lovely black flecked green, it’s really pretty darn amazing.

It even got the BSoA, aka – Boyfriend Seal of Approval. Which means that I got more than the usual “that’s nice hun…” response. ;-) When I showed him Wallis during my swatching session he kept staring at my nails and said “you should put that one back on once you’re done swatching, it’s crazy looking!”. ^_^
Wallis
Here’s a macro shot so you can see the complexity of this polish, if you don’t view this shot at its original size I might cry. :-P


Final Thoughts:

Why haven’t you gone out to buy Wallis yet?! This is definitely on my Must-Have list for Fall 2011. Application was a breeze. The thin and flexible brush went wherever I wanted it to go, and I hardly had to do any clean-up around my cuticles. Wear time is also great on Wallis, I got about 5-6 days with minimal tip wear and no chipping. Butter London polishes are also 3-Free (no formaldehyde, no toluene, and no DBP/Phthales), cruelty free, and vegan! So now you really have no excuse not to go out and buy this polish. ;-)

Purchase Info:

Butter London polishes can be purchased from Ulta and Nordstrom locations nationwide as well as each stores website. You can also buy Wallis directly from butterlondon.com. Retail cost is $14.00/ea per 0.4 fl oz bottle of polish.

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