Butter London Dosh Nail Lacquer ($14.00 for 0.4 fl. oz.) is described as “a molten apple green shot through with metallic gold.” Dosh is British slang for money, according to the description over at beauty.com. It’s a granny smith apple green–chartreuse yet greener. It has flecks of gold and green shimmer in a finish that almost looks like glass to me.
I compared this shade against other greens in the swatch gallery, but it’s really not like anything I have (not to say there may not be a dupe out there, but I don’t know one!). It is a deeper green than Illamasqua Radium, but the way the chunky shimmer looks makes the end result differ significantly.
This had nice color pay off and only required two coats for an opaque result. Most of my experience as of late with Butter London has been with cream finishes, and I’m pleased to report that the shimmer ones apply just as nicely as I remembered–really even flow, smooth application, and drying time isn’t long at all. I typically get a week of wear with Butter London’s formula with a proper base and top coat.
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