Butter London Two Fingered Salute

On Tuesday, 15 January, 2013 by carinaeletoile

Butter London Two Fingered Salute is an odd color, but I find I like it.

Why do I say odd? Because I’d never really think to mar a gorgeous base color such as this with some smattering of glass flecked/glitter that is a pinky-copper. On the site, Butter London describes Two Fingered Salute as “…Muted, patinaed green crème with copper microglitter“.

In Brit speak, a two fingered salute is the equivalent of flipping someone the bird here…but we use one finger, they use two.

Application is fine – not too smooth, the polish wasn’t prone to cuticle pull, it dried in a decent amount of time. Formula wasn’t too thick nor was it chalky. I was hoping that the glitter would be a bit more pronounced when on the nail. In all honesty, when I was thinking of my all time favorite color ever by Barielle called Falling Star…the most perfect shade of blue bastardized by that copper glitter. I have yet to find a dupe for that blue.

I was expecting that same exact thing in this color, but it didn’t happen. The copper is light and airy, despite the rudeness of the this polish’s name.

I found I liked this particular shade and it worked for me – I can’t wait to wear this again.

As always, please right click on the image, choose Open in New Tab and then click once on the image in the new tab for the full-sized image.

Butter London Two Fingered Salute

Butter London Two Fingered Salute – macro

More glitter in the macro than what showed up on my nail. Boo!

Butter London Two Fingered Salute

Butter London Two Fingered Salute – shade

Gorgeous, muted sea-foam green color with flecks of coppery-pink glitter floating through.

Butter London Two Fingered Salute

Butter London Two Fingered Salute – sun

Can see the glitter better in sunlight.

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