butter LONDON introduces their “Cut Up Collection” this spring 2014, a collection of three “overcoats” to give your ho-hum manis a little sparkle. Although this collection isn’t large, it does pack a punch and I love the variety!
What butter LONDON says:
Deconstruct your everyday nail look with glittering overcoats from the new Cut Up Collection. Raw textures infuse your favorite looks with a roughed-up modern edge. Experiment and create your own bespoke statement by layring these eye-catching overcoats over any butter LONDON lacquer fora textured, fashion-forward manicure taken straight from the runway.
“These overcoats are posh enough to make any mani pop,” says Katie Jane Hughes, butter LONDON Global Colour Ambassador. “Make a statement with serious sparkle on all 10 digits, or play up a single nail to create an eye-catching accent.”
“Anorak” is described as a black, white and silver chunky glitter overcoat suspended in a clear base.
“Dust-Up” is described as a gold, sliver and bronze chunky and fine glitter overcoat suspended in a clear base. (Please note butter LONDON renamed this lacquer, so this is the updated name and will be available April 2014)
“Titchy” is described as a multi-colour chunky and fine glitter overcoat suspended in a clear base.
What do you think of the new butter LONDON Cut Up Collection? Will you be picking up one of these fun overcoats to spice up your mani?
PRICE AND AVAILABILITY
$15 each, $25 Fashion Size Set (set includes all 3 lacquers in Fashion Size bottles). "Titchy" and "Anorak" available now at ULTA, Nordstrom, Macy's, Henri Bendel and butterlondon.com. "Dust-Up" available April 2014.
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