Tuesday, April 17, 2012

butter LONDON's Lillibet's Jubilee

I have a brand new, limited edition polish to share with you...Lillibet's Jubilee

butter London's Description:
This exclusive commemorative colour honours the international celebration marking the 60th anniversary of the Queen’s accession to the throne. Lillibet’s Jubilee winks at the Queen’s childhood nickname and adds the perfect amount of sparkle that is fit for a queen.
This lacquer is a silvery, lavender metallic foil heavily infused with holographic glitter.

I am not the biggest fan of foil polishes but there is something about Lillibet.  Maybe it's the lilac, which is actually very subtle.  In some light it almost looks silver.  Because it is a foil polish you do need to be careful of brush strokes, however this is the best formula I had used where the strokes are not that noticeable, other than at the base.  I was expecting something different with the holographic glitter, so I am a tad disappointed with this aspect of the polish.

This isn't my favorite butter LONDON polish but I don't hate it.  I think that it has some real potential with the addition of nail art.  Due to the price of the polish, $14 plus shipping ($21), if your on the fence maybe you should try something else but if your looking for a polish that will get noticed this is it.

1 Coat, Sun:






2 Coats, Sun:









2 Coats, Shade:





Seeing that this polish is all about celebrating Queen Elizabeth the Second, I used BM08 and OPI Honk If You Love OPI:



2 Coats NYC:




So what do you think?  Would you like to own Lillibet?

8 comments:

  1. This is very pretty, and I love the addition of the crowns! :D

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  2. This looks gorgeous! I wonder how it would look with a matte topcoat?

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  3. I just love Butter Londons formula!! This is a fantastic silver. Ack! another one to add to the wishlist! thanks a lot! hahah!

    Btw... I have nominated you for an award ♥ You can find my blog on my profile! Keep rockin it lady!

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  4. I love the stamp that you used for this! :)

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