Your weekly dose of holo: How I wore it: butter LONDON Dodgy Barnett


This Holo Saturday is brought to you by butter LONDON, who kindly sent me the fall/winter collection to review. You can see part of it here, and you’ll have to wait for Trustafarian, as the sun is in hiding!

Dodgy Barnett by butter LONDON is a silver nail polish with a holographic finish. I wouldn’t sell my children for holographic lacquers like my dear friend T., but I like them nonetheless.

For this manicure I used 2 coats of Dodgy Barnett over my regular basecoat, which is also from butter LONDON – I switched recently, afer OPI Nail Envy seemed to stop working for me. I didn’t use any aqua base or other fancy stuff, because I’m lazy and I hate waiting for it to dry.

I also used a topcoat (don’t stone me for that!), because again, I’m lazy and impatient. I didn’t have the feeling that the topcoat dulled the holographic effect. I used nails inc. 45 second caviar topcoat, just so you know.

It wasn’t very sunny when I took these pictures, but I did manage to make some pictures in the sun.

I also managed to make the usual weird pictures, so I hope you enjoy those. I have absolutely no skills when it comes to standing as if I had to pee really badly or leaning back so much I look as if I’d fall. I leave these poses to the fashion bloggers.

I’m wearing: A top from GAP, (the cardigan is from H&M), the shoes are old, the jeans are from KOOKAI. The earrings are from a small shop in Vienna (here), and where I have the ring from is a mystery. It has been with me rather long now!

Well, as an “extra”, here is where I went that day! We had some wine at a Heurigen, walked through the Vienna Woods and enjoyed getting older.

Dodgy Barnett was sent to me for my honest review by the PR team of butter LONDON Germany. Thank you! All other products were bought by me.

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2 responses to “Your weekly dose of holo: How I wore it: butter LONDON Dodgy Barnett

  1. Nice polish! Silver holo is something that a polish addict should have, I find :)

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