butter LONDON Kerfuffle. This polish is described as an, opaque pink coral crème, which is a pretty spot on description. This is a tad brighter in person, but my camera freaked out a little on this one.
The formula was awesome, perfectly smooth and shiny in two coats. I am showing it with one coat of NYC In a Minute Top Coat as well. This colour is really hip for spring and will be flattering on most skin tones.
Next up we have butter LONDON Molly-Coddled. This is described as an, opaque lavender orchid crème, which again is spot on. This colour is absolutely beautiful and I wore it for a day with some gold glitter accent nails.
Again, perfect two coater formula. I have done one coat of NYC In a Minute Top Coat over two coats here. I can see this colour being really popular, the pastal purple is really pretty and should flatter most skin tones.
Last up my personal favourite, butter LONDON Fiver. This is described as an, opaque icy mint crème. I adore this colour. Even though emerald green is the pantone colour of 2013 I love a mint greens. My go to colour has been Essie Mint Candy Apple, but these two are not dupes. Fiver is more green, while Mint Candy Apple has some serious blue undertones. I was going to do a comparison, but the bottles were so different that I didn't bother.
Again this had a perfect formula, two coats and it was beautifully smooth. There is one coat of NYC In a Minute Top Coat over two coats here. This is a great colour for winter, especially since it is SO COLD right now! Perfectly icy indeed.
Overall I really like the combination of pastels in this collection. The formula is what really stands out for me. Generally pastels tend to be streaky and need 3+ coats to be smooth, but these were beautiful in just two coats. In my collection these colours were unique. Every polish that I pulled out to possibly compare was just too different in the bottle.
What do you think of these pastel cremes? Are they something that you can see yourself wearing? If you're in Canada you can order these here for $17.00 a polish or $85.00 for the whole collection. These should be starting to pop up in stores now or in the next few weeks. Also if you're in Canada you should like butter LONDON Canada's new Facebook page!
Will you be picking up any? Hope you're having a great Wednesday and I hope it's warmer where you are!
Products in this post provided for my honest review.