I'm sure many of you have seen what Butter London is offering for Fall but I am particularly excited about the two holos!
Here's what the good people at Butter London have to say about it and I love that they offer definitions for the names!
Trends for Autumn/Winter 2012:
Sequins! Velvet! Satin! Tweed! This season, the catwalks were abundant with rich texture! We’ve translated this to nails through the infusion of glitter particles and metallic and holographic finishes. The colour tones speak to “earthiness” but are not specifically earth tones – think rust, shimmering greens and silvers. This collection feels future-forward but not futuristic. This season is all about using texture to add interest and depth to your look!
Definition: Brit speak for “Excellent.” Used when a person hears pleasing news or has a stroke of good luck.
Definition: A spoiled rich kid who pretends to be a hippy but still goes home to Daddy’s mansion on the weekend.
Definition: To be totally speechless. Unable to think of anything to say.
Shag Colour: A high-shine metallic lacquer in a warm orange-burgundy hue. Reminiscent of fallen Autumn leaves. Sigh.
Definition: Brit slang for “knocking boots.”
Dodgy Barnett Colour: A highly holographic shade that blurs the line between grey and silver. A classic!
Definition: A bad hairdo. A mullet of any variety is a seriously Dodgy Barnett.
That's a pretty snazzy collection. I do love me holos so I may have to save some $$ for these!
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