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DOUBLE YOUR PLEASURE – BUTTER LONDON MATTE TOPCOAT

9th Jun 2015

butter London Matte Finish For such a small part of your body, nails certainly get the royal treatment. Neon, french tipped, nail art, caviar, or smothered in sparkles, a unique manicure or pedicure adds the finishing touches to any outfit.  But keeping your finger on the pulse of nail trends can be costly.  If you’re looking to have some fun with your nails, but already have a hefty nail polish collection, you only need to invest in one more polish to try the latest trend. Butter London‘s matte polish top coat will multiply your polish collection without diving your bank account.  A clear topcoat that works with all brands of polish, apply it on top of any shiny nail polish to turn it matte in a mater of minutes.  Double your polish collection and experiment with a matte nail and a glossy tip, dress up your pedicure with a matte oxblood nail, or use it to create nail art.  At $20 a bottle, it may not seem like a cheap style thrill, but considering the fact that it doubles your polish collection, it gets a big thumbs up. Source: vancitypretty.com

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