It has it's pluses and minuses depending on what you're looking for but I like it. It's a beige color so it helps cover white tips to minimize VNL. It also dries to a matte looking finish so it's more obvious with this base coat than others when it's ready to start laying down the polish. Works well with BL polishes and I've used it with Chanel polishes as well. The only real downside is that because of the color, if you get the base coat farther up the top of your nail or on the side of your nail than your polish, it can look strange having some beige peek through.
Very warm. This is one of the few nail polishes I've ever returned. It's a lovely shade of salmon pink but it made my hands look jaundiced and terrible.
Butter London tries to cover up the typically unpleasant smell of nailpolish remover by drowning it in a baby powder-like scent. I find it more bothersome than regular remover. I much prefer Zoya's remover both for its performance and veritable lack of smell.