InTruBeauty: butter London: Lippy

Tuesday, April 17, 2012

butter London: Lippy

butter London, the well known nail polish maker, has come out with some great lip glosses called Lippies/Lippy. These retail for $17. I love the color and long lasting appeal of these. It does have a taste I'm not particularly fond of and it is a little stick for those of you that don't like that kind of feel to a gloss. Their Lippy colors match some of their nail polish colors.Their nail polishes retail at $14, but if you buy them in sets, you can get a bit of a discount. I purchased these at an airport, so I got a good deal on 3 polishes. Check out their website at www.butterlondon.com


I bought the color "Trout Pout", love that name! :) 

Product Description:
Introducing LIPPY by butter LONDON. LIPPY is a range of long-wearing, lacquer-like lip glosses in shades to match our famous nail lacquers. Like the butter LONDON nail lacquers, LIPPY colours are rich and heavily pigmented for a look that is deliberate, high fashion, and luxe. LIPPY does not contain parabens, petroleum, phthalates, sulphates, or bismuth. If you’re being LIPPY, look the part.



Nail polish description:
 butter LONDON is a 3 Free company. Our products contain NO Formaldehyde, NO Toluene, NO DBP, and NEVER have 

Matching polish in Trout Pout
An opaque shade of cantaloupe, a pale and retro lacquer.



Yours in Beauty and Gorgeous butter London polishes, 

Jessica


Stay tuned for upcoming swatches of: 
Lillibet's Jubliee
This lacquer is a silvery, lavender metallic foil heavily infused with holographic glitter. 

Bossy Boots
Light, opaque pistachio green. A beautiful take on neutral for this season. 

Plus (not pictured)
Disco Biscuit
Tropical hot pink with an undercurrent of tiny iridescent glitter particles.

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