Sunday, January 13th, 2013


Butter London Sweetie Shop Collection for Spring 2013

Straight from the catwalks, the inspiration for the Sping/Summer 2013 collection emerged from the charming colours and silhouettes of the 50’s-inspired femme fatale. Shades influenced by the soft pastels of cotton candy, milkshakes and macaroons enhance the playful feminine edge. A brilliant sherbet, luxe lemon and peppy violet are paired with an icy mint, rich candy pink and creamy khaki for a statement that’s sweet but chic. “Pops of pastels are iconic for spring and look like candy on the nails,” says Katie Hughes, Global Colour Ambassador for butter LONDON.

Nail Lacquer ($15.00)

  • Cuppa Toasted opaque tan crème
  • Fruit Machine Opaque punchy carnation creme
  • Molly Coddled Opaque lavender orchid creme
  • Fiver Opaque icy mint creme
  • Jasper Opaque bright pastel yellow creme
  • Kerfuffle Opaque pink color creme

Availability: Now @ Beauty.com, January 2013

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16 thoughts on “Butter London Sweetie Shop Collection for Spring 2013

  1. Kate

    I just love spring pastels! These look easily dupable, but I’ll probably stop by Ulta to check them out anyway. I like Jasper in particular.

  2. Danielle

    These colors are cute & sweet, but not very different from anything I already have. Too bad, though, because I love Butter London.

  3. Too sweet for my taste. Not that I am a bad girl, lol, but I like bolder, brighter or darker colors.

  4. Mo

    Molly Coddled reminds me of Essie’s Play Time. Essie is $8.

  5. Katie

    I’m excited to purchase Fruit Machine & Molly Coddled!

  6. Megan

    Butter London kills my wallet. I love these colors. Cuppa and Fiver are awesome.

  7. I love all these shades, especially as a collection! They look so pretty together!

  8. The only thing I can say is…I WANT THEM ALL!

  9. MacKenzie

    *sigh* It’s macarons, not macaroons….

    • Just copying from Butter London’s press release!

      • MacKenzie

        Oh – I know! I would never have commented that way if I thought you wrote it! :)

      • Geneva Dell

        Macaroon is English, Macaron is French, so they’re both correct.

        • MacKenzie

          They’re entirely different cookies. The sandwich-like French macaron is more of a meringue cookie, getting its light, airy texture from egg whites. The Southern coconut macaroon, on the other hand, is a hearty lump of confectionry made of shredded coconut and condensed milk.

  10. LL

    Nice colors, but there is nothing special about any of them.

  11. Blaire

    They’re pretty, but I have seen colors like these time and again. Butter London can do much better.