Saturday, February 26, 2011

Butter London Billy No Mates

Hello hello my dear friends! Hope your weekend is treating you well and that you are staying nice and warm. I have been packaging and wrapping my brains out, thanks to my blog sale, which is still on-going if you are interested :)

Today I have to show you butter London's Billy No Mates polish. It's an odd color, just the type that reels me in helplessly. It's a grey with a terribly slight bit of blue. I imagine this type of color to be seen in a seersucker suit on a man who owns a Nantucket beach house. Weird I know, but sometimes I let my imagination get the best of me ;)
The application was less than perfect, a bit thick and streaky. This is three coats :P It is a great color though. And you know I luvs me some bL bottles.

xoxo,
kelliegonzo

7 comments :

  1. Omfg, you're actually exactly right about that color.
    I went to high school with a bunch of rich bitches who vacationed at cape cod, nantucket, martha's vineyard, vale, and other such rich bitch places. And at graduation every year, there would be at least twenty dads wearing seersucker suits this color. HILARIOUS how you just hit that on the head.

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  2. Nice shade. Wish the formula was better though than what you described it to be. Formula plays a huge part in any of my purchases.

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  3. I hate thick and streaky polish it always seems to smudge or go wrong somehow! It doesn't help I'm really clumsy :-D

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  4. OMG I love this polish. :)

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  5. I'm surprised application wasn't good my BL's are always perfect.

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  6. Haha! I totally get what you mean :P It's a nice enough shade but I haven't been impressed formula wise with my forays into the bL line. They are super cute bottles though :)

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  7. I don't know about this one. It's nice. I have a few Butter London but haven't worn them. Shame on me!

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