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Day 13: Butter London The Black Knight

Hey there everyone - sorry my post is a bit later today. I didn't feel like doing my nails for today last night.. I was just lazy and wanted to give my nails a night off - though that really isn't necessary, but meh.

Today I will be sharing Butter London The Black Knight.. I am shocked I actually have two Butter London polish in my untried selection - but that is also a great thing.. Anyways..




This is 3 coats. I thought it looked flawless - but then I studied the photos.. I see a few "bald" or "thinning" spots, but that is all right - I figure anyone else won't notice them too much.

I thought this applied quite nicely, but it is Butter London, I kind of expect that. Plus, it is just simply gorgeous and dried super quick! I did use two coats of top coat though as I felt one coat left it still feeling gritty. I also love this because it matches my outfit for the night without being too matchy-matchy! Just a little extra!!

I hope everyone is having a great Saturday - see you tomorrow!!

P.S - remember to go see what Silver did for day 13!!

Comments

Mommy Does said…
This is so on my wishlist. I just love it! Plus I'll bet with undies this will layer flawlessly ;)

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