Closing out the week, as promised, with a couple of easy nail art looks using three of the polishes I received from Londontown, nude Cheerio, hyacinth Briolette and shimmery grey Opal. These polishes are all so delicate-looking, I didn’t want to mess about with any design that felt too done. As such, these manicures are very much not my usual! But I actually love to sport the less-is-less look every now and then; it makes such a lovely change from my usual “It needs more cowbell” approach to nail art (and, indeed, life.)
Included in my nice little package of polishes and other nail care goodies was, in addition to some intoxicating-smelling cuticle oil, a bottle of Londontown’s kur protective topcoat. I’m quite picky when it comes to my to my choice of topcoat – it’s pretty well Seche Vite or nothing (literally; I’m not sure I ever would have continued on with my first awful nail art efforts had it not been for Seche’s smoothing and soothing influence.) But Londontown’s topcoat performed beautifully, drying quickly to a hard, glossy shine that didn’t drag on the delicate designs. A worthy challenger to Seche for my nail art affections, absolutely, and another great product from Londontown.
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Beautiful! I like the name of the polish too. When I first got notification about this post I thought it was Butter London but this brand looks really cool. I will have to check them out.
Thanks, Julie! 🙂 And better than Butter London, in my opinion, because those BL bottle tops are so unwieldy.