Guest Swatcher: Butter London Rosie Lee

Another magnificent guest swatch from AlexandraRC of Sparkly Vernis (and another magnificent glitter polish from Butter London).

I learned (from the internet) that “Rosie Lee” (not to be confused with Annabel Lee) is English slang for “cup of tea.” Rosie Lee (the polish) is a rather fantastic — and quick-drying, AlexandraRC says — dense pink glitter.

Glitters can be annoying to remove, but I read about this Incoco Instant Nail Polish Remover on Sparkly Vernis. (And it smells good, you say? I’d give it a try.)
Butter London, Rosie Lee, swatches
Butter London polishes are $14 apieceicon.

Endless thanks to AlexandraRC for letting me publish her ever-amazing swatches. For more photos of this manicure, visit her post.

Also, speaking of Incoco, I am minorly obsessed with this nail sticker. Duuuuude.

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2 Responses to “Guest Swatcher: Butter London Rosie Lee”

  • makeupmag says:

    What a great shot of the polish!

  • Jane says:

    Rosie Lee is not just any old slang though, it’s Cockney rhyming slang. There are lots of others, pretty fun, my grandad was a true Cockney and used some of them regularly to entertain us kids when we were little!

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