Q is for: Queen Vic by Butter London, with round pink glitters
It’s letter Q this week in the A to Z series challenge and because I didn’t have a Q, I went out and bought one (nooorty me!)
The first Q that I could find was Queen Vic from Butter London. I don’t have any other polishes by Butter London. They are so expensive (£10.50) and because you couldn’t get them in shops until fairly recently, I’ve never been inclined to try them out. I liked the look of Queen Vic though. It’s a medium purple with a strong lean to the red side of the purple spectrum. Quite a plummy shade.
It went on quite nicely. The brush is thin, a bit like the Chanel brushes, and the formula evened out beautifully. It is quite runny though, so when I got close to the cuticles on a couple of occasions, it did pool somewhat.
I added a line of round pink neon glitters near the tips. These came from the pot of mixed neon glitters I bought from Born Pretty Store recently, and which I used on my neon glitter placement manicure.
The other A to Zers have blogged about:
Catrice Princess (Pocket Money Polishes)
Quirk (Deliciate Nails)
Fun Lacquer Queen (AnnaBean)
Quirk Queasy Does It (PishPoshandPolish)
Quarender (Starfish Nails)
- Colour: two coats of Butter London Queen Vic
- Glitters: Born Pretty Store round pink neon glitters
- Top coat: Glisten & Glow HK Girl
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