As far as I’m concerned, June starts the summer, so um, why not kick off the summer with a little giveaway!?
Great idea, right?!
One of my favorite beauty parts about the summer is…..NAIL POLISH COLOR!
I’m a huge Butter London fan, and right now I have Kerfuffle on my nails, with Fruit Machine as an accent nail. I can’t begin to tell you how many people, both friends and random people, have commented and complimented the greatness of this color combo.
So, I was thinking, if everyone loves these Butter London colors so much, why not give a reader a chance to win them!?
All you need to do is follow me on Instagram and ‘Like’ the Love.Life.Beauty. Facebook page. Earn more chances daily by tweeting about the giveaway too!
This giveaway will start today, June 2, and end Saturday, June 14! The winner will be notified via email, and the prize will be shipped out on June 15th.
This is an international giveaway.
I had to post this video because it’s so amazing and trippy…I watched it twice.
Black, white, beige, gold, & red…the Colors of CHANEL…
Welcome to Hong Kong!
So, here we have Chanel’s two limited-edition nail lacquers for their Hong Kong Collection
. What do you think?
I know for a fact I’ll be purchasing Western Light, not 100% sold on Eastern Light…I mean, a white is a white is a white, and I already have like 3. I’ll check it out in store though, if it’s super saturated & opaque, I may bite. WHO KNOWS.
I must say though I am very intrigued by Western Light, it kinda looks like a chocolate glittery cherry, no? I wasn’t very happy when I went to Nordstrom this past weekend, they aren’t getting this collection until possibly mid-April. Annoying.
I NEED ALL OF THESE RIGHT NOW! SERIOUSLY, RIGHT NOW!!
Butter London’s Spring 2013 collection is so PRETTY and FUN. It looks like it belongs in a beautiful and glamorous Easter basket. But really, the name Sweetie Shop is too perfect– I’m reminded of cupcakes, cotton candy, and sherbet when I look at these colors, and it’s just all too exciting!
All of the polishes are super opaque looking, which I really love- I like the super saturated look, it’s much more bold.
Starting from the top the names of the colors are…
You can purchase the collection online right now on Butter London’s site here
! Although, the yellow pastel, Jasper, is currently out of stock. It’s also out of stock on Beauty.com
, along with Fruit Machine, Molly Coddled, and Fiver. Just an FYI!
I mentioned NARS Storm Bird a little while ago in my postings, and I’ve used it once before, but I decided to use it again when I got my manicure this weekend!
This color is so amazing I can’t deal. I had multiple people including the employees at the nail salon asking me where I got it etc, and I even had women ask if they could use it.
The color is so interesting…it’s grey, but it’s not, there’s a hint of blue, but there’s not, it looks a little brown when wet, but it isn’t. Is it charcoal? I’m not sure.
SO CONFUSING, AND SO AMAZING.
describes it as “Shark Grey”…okay I’ll go with that!
It was sold out everywhere when it was first released, but now you can find it in almost any department store and Sephora.
You can earn 2 extra entries for every tweet!
What do you think of essie’s Leading Lady Collection for winter?? I think I’m going to purchase Leading Lady and Beyond Cozy…none of the other colors are really screaming my name. I do like Butler Please, but I think the reality of me wearing it is slim, but who knows I may just get it anyway. Oh, and Where’s My Chauffeur is great too, but I have a few polishes that are way too similar!
Find the collection here
|Where’s My Chauffeur
I’m loving Vertigo, at first I wasn’t going to get it because it looks just like Chanel Fall 2010’s Paradoxal….BUT, when you place each bottle side by side, they’re totally different. Whew.
Vertigo is obvz very dark, it’s kinda difficult to describe but I’d call it plumish-grey, with a hint of brown…if that makes any sense?
Designer de Better is an awesome color. I think it’s a perfect mix of silver and gold…and it has super teeny-tiny specks of red glitter.