This is the nail polish I wore to Paris. I was looking for a red creme to match my Behnaz lipstick.
This shade is Behnaz in a nail lacquer bottle. The perfect poppy red with depth and oomph.
Butter polishes contain no Formaldehyde, Toulene, and DBP.
The bottle states proudly, Color not Carcinogens.
The color ranges in the line are unique. There is a great mouse brown called Fash Pack.
The bottle has an awkward square top that makes application tricky. My nail tech bitched a bit.
However, it is all worth it based on it's staying power.
I am here to tell you that Butter polishes last up to three weeks between manicures. My nails have never looked this intact and fresh with any other nail polish brand.
My average length of a manicure is one week. After that time period, my nails start chipping and looking worse for wear. If I go longer than two weeks, there are broken nails and genuine chaos.
Three weeks is just not done.
Butter polishes can survive temperature changes, stress, constant typing, washing dishes, general cleaning, holding cold drinks in ice bars and lots of hand shaking.
It survived it all with minimal wear and tear.
It seriously impressed me and my nail tech.
And we are jaded when it comes to polishes.
I give this polish and the whole line high marks for quality.
Visit Butter's site: http://www.butterlondon.com/
The picture of my hands was taken by Jackie from the blog Jack and Hill.
She caught me in mid-snap.