Tuesday, January 18, 2011

Butter London: All Hail the Queen

All Hail the Queen (formerly called All Hail McQueen) is a taupe shimmer with a smattering of fine holo particles. I had trouble coaxing the holo to show in normal light.





I used three coats of this one. It was almost okay with just two but I thought I saw some spots that needed more coverage—it's hard to tell with something that blends so well with my skintone.

14 comments:

  1. oo I love this colour!!

    This kinda colour you tend to see more in matte ... i love the glitter/shimmer in it!!

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  2. I like this polish. It's a neutral without being boring.
    What's with the name changing?

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  3. Love this one! Why did they change the name?? Hmmm...

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  4. This is a lemming for me! Just wished I bought it when it still was named All Hail McQueen.

    I think the name change had something to do with copyright issues or something similar. Or bad rep using McQueen's name after his death.

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  5. I have this with the McQueen sticker...I had no idea they changed the name. That is kind of lame. :(

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  6. The more I see Butter London lacquers swatched the more I'm interested in them. I love a "shy" holo like this and a beautiful albeit somewhat unusual color. Looks excellent on you.

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  7. all hail :-)
    so lovely polish,i love it :-)

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  8. Very pretty polish, I like the subtle shimmer :)

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  9. It's gorgeous, what a great find :)

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  10. That is so beautiful ! Few days ago I bought Love' em/ leave' em CC which is kind of similar (gentle nude holo).

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  11. Interesting holo...Do you know why they changed the name?

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  12. Thanks, ladies! I've no idea why they changed the name and the BL website isn't saying. I'm thinking nailspotting was right when she speculated it was a legal issue.

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  13. Very pretty! I quite like that the holo is subtle. This is a safe neutral in disguise.

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