I used to have alot of crazy colors in my nail polish collection, I still have a few but if I look at my collection now all I see are beige pinks, n*de pinks, sheer beige's, you get the idea...
But among them is a star polish
Essie's Topless & Barefoot
This polish is quite well known in the beauty community as being the perfect opaque n*de ( and I think IT IS! on my skin at least) but to bring out it's best you have to remember a few things
1. This polish seems to go pretty thick in consistency in under a year so you have to give it a goooood shake, up, down, across, shake that thing!
2. It can be streaky! BUT it can also go perfectly opaque in 1 coat. I think this does go on streaky, but to fix that you have to dip the brush into the polish and get a good glop of polish on it. The one with the drooping bulb of polish falling towards the end of the brush
If you can get that, you can do all 5 fingers on 1 hand in 1 coat and it's amazing
The color is the perfect n*de beige. Brightens my hands, elongates my fingers, looks classic for work, while being chic
A Chic Beige
I love watching nail polish recommendations for future polish purchases
Now, for a super quick Butter London Review
I've used the brand's base and top coat for about 4 months and know how I feel towards them
The base coat is not clear, it looks like a murky shade, think yeast sitting in water.
This is the fastest drying base coat I have EVER tried! Once you coat all 10 fingers, the 1st hand is beyond dry! This part is AMAZING
The con? Nails are left rigid with zero strength, which leaves your natural nails brittle and splitting
The top coat is not my favorite. It's definitely shiny, but it's not as fast drying as the base coat, but I still chip in about 3 days. I think there are numerous drugstore brand who can give shine, and better top coat strength
Long story short, I'm going to use them both up, but would not repurchase either
On that last note,
ALL CHEERS FOR TOMORROW BEING FRIDAY!!