Untrieds Month: Butter London Rosie Lee
I'm kind of posting everything out of order here, so this requires a backstory.
On my short blogging hiatus, I was wearing two coats of Orly Angel Face.
I wanted to put Rosie Lee on top except I wanted the base color to be closer to the color of the glitter, so I layered a coat of Essie Your Hut or Mine on top of Angel Face.
And THEN I slapped on two coats of Rosie Lee.
fluorescent kitchen lights
oh look! an actual rose
I know, you're disappointed with no sun shots. I am too. It doesn't like me, I tell you! But hopefully you can understand Rosie Lee's beauty anyway. Doesn't she make my hands look so delicate and ladylike? Rosie Lee has a clear base and a lot of rose/pink/mauve small glitter. I can't tell what shape it is, I would have said circular but in the close up it looks rather square. Whatever the case may be, she is gorgeous and quite twinkly and lovely.
The formula was slightly unpleasant, as most glitters are, but not unreasonably so. She was not fun to remove, however. I had to break out the foil which makes my hands all pruny and gross, but never mind that. Rosie Lee was worth it!