Sep 4, 2015

butter LONDON x Allure Arm Candy Collection Swatches & Review

Hey, everyone! It' finally September and I've been extremely busy this week with preparing the classroom for the first day of school next week and having tons of amazing nail related to post. So for today's post, I have an amazing collection from butter London x Allure: Arm Candy Collection. Which I think would be a perfect collection for the Fall!
The set I received is their individual sets sold separately with four cremes, one shimmer and one textured glitter polish. As described on their site: 
"Allure and butter LONDON have joined forces to create a collection of vibrant, trendsetting shades that highlight and accessorize your individual style".
Now for the beauties:
Lust or Must?- described as a charcoal-brown crème and reminds me of chocolate! I wouldn't say I will be licking my fingers, but I can say this shade is a beaut. The formula on this polish is amazing and opaque in just one coat. This is one coat sealed with top coat.

I had so many design ideas for this shade. So I ended up by creating a marble like design using the perfect shade to use with brown...turquoise! For this look, I used a method I seen from Snow Globe Nails and always had great results. I then added a few arrow head studs and sealed it with Essie Matte top Coat.
I'm On The List- described as a rose-gold metallic polish and it's a really pretty color. Since it is a metallic polish, it is very common and typical for the brushstrokes to be noticeable. I for one, do not like that, but  I would still This is two coats sealed with top coat. 
  Nude Stilettos- described as a sheer pink-nude crème and a perfect shade for those french tips. I don't normally have a color like this, but I can say it's now a favorite of mine. The formula one this polish was very good and sheer on one coat. For more coverage, I would suggest another two coats. This is three coats sealed with top coat.
It's Vintage-
described as an opaque rust crème. This color is the perfect Fall shade this year. The formula on this polish is amazing not too thick or thin, just right. You can get away with just one coat as it is fully covered. However, this is two coats sealed with top coat.
Disco Nap- described as a charcoal glitter. I'm totally convinced this is a textured! Which is why I left most of the nails without top coat ;). The formula on this polish was little bit thick. However it is completely filled with tons of glitter for more coverage. You miss any glitter! This is one coat with and without top coat.
Statement Piece- is described as an opaque orange-red crème and another favorite of mine. It really depends on how you look at them. In some angles it's red and other times it's orange. It's really a vibrant color. The formula on this polish is amazing and smooth on application. This is two coats sealed with top coat.
For this look, I really wanted to create lace so... I ended up with a combo of lace and tribal. I love tribal designs, even though I rarely create them, but this was one design that was lock away. I used a new fave stripping brush from Winstonia and white acrylic paint. I then sealed the design with top coat.
Overall I am very impressed with butter LONDON polishes and their unique colors. Their formula requires minimal coats which makes the application easier and fast drying time. You can purchase on their website here for $15.00 each.
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