Below: Lady Muck is a pale blue-grey shade with delicate silvery blue micro shimmer. The official description is: Colour: Powdery periwinkle blue, slightly on the grey side and infused with pearl pigment for a soft, sexy sheen. Definition: A term for an arrogant, conceited woman; a snob. I don't consider myself a snob, but I do think I'll wear this shade quite a bit--it's dusty, subtle, a color that can be worn for any season, and it has just enough sparkle to add a hint of elegance.
Below: My first thought when I saw Lady Muck was that it resembled China Glaze Sea Spray. A side-by-side comparison proves that they are indeed quite different.
Below: I may not be a snob, but I like my crack--China Glaze Crackle, that is! This is Cracked Concrete over Lady Muck. Nothing worse than a snobby crack addict!
I've been anxious to try Butter London polishes for quite a while, and this one did not disappoint me. The formula is on the thicker side, but the application was quick and easy. I used 2 coats and had no streaking after the first coat. The formula seemed to flow well and the drying time was minimal. The bottle size is a little smaller than average--.40 fl. oz., and they are priced at $14.00 each. They seem to have some beautiful shades, and thanks to everyone who commented on my earlier post about this brand for your color suggestions!