I was recently at costco and noticed pop beauty had a set of (smaller than full size) nail polishes for a very reasonable price. I took this as an opportunity to try out the line as I have never tried any of their products. I started with the shade that appealed to me most – a dark, yet obviously blue color named, ‘after hours.’ I love the color so much, I’ve been wearing it for the past three days and reapplying when I see chips. Read on for more……
Butter London ‘Saucy Jack’ – Swatches and Review
Butter London is a prestige polish brand which can be a little pricey. Each polish typically retaisl for around $15.00 a piece. Now, if you’re a polish collector like me, a sale is a chance to buy some Butter. Ulta recently had a buy 2 get 1 free sale so I picked up ‘saucy jack’ to be part of my collection. Read on for more……
Another Nail Polish Swatch. This is China Glaze’s ‘Ruby Pumps’ and Sally Hansen’s Complete Salon Manicure in ‘Midnight in NY’. Ruby pumps is the red, glittery color; the color is non-so-subtley named after Dorothy’s shoes in The Wizard of Oz. I love this color! I love glitter and this color is packed with it!
I put ‘Midnight in NY’ on my index finger only just to change things up; so, that’s why you only see ‘Midnight’ on one finger only. I of course love China Glaze and will say that the formula, brush, whole kit-n-kaboodle is awesome. I didn’t expect that much from Sally Hansen, in all honesty, because as good of a drugstore brand as it is, I didn’t really expect it to live up to the higher end polishes. I was pleasently suprised. The Sally Hansen Complete Salon formula is VERY good. It kept up with the China Glaze as far as wear. I would also reccomend this formula for those of you who want to use a good drugstore formula.