Butter London Crumpet. I loved this so much more than the first time I wore it, I think I needed nails longer than the little nubs I had on that occasion. This was a marvelous peach-leaning nude on me. Applied easily in two coats and it was very durable during the four days of wear.
Essie Lots of Lux, from their winter collection. This is gorgeous in the bottle, but the dry-down texture was not as intense and I didn’t love this as much as I was hoping. The Zoya Pixie Dust line is better, in my opinion.
Rescue Beauty Lounge Forgotten Road, a beautifully blue-leaning gray. This color is a bit of a chameleon; some lights will make it look more blue, others make it look slate gray. Really pretty and not a dupe for any gray in my collection.
Rescue Beauty Lounge The Mosses Mar, a deep sage green, glossy and self-leveling and perfect. The green I didn’t know I needed to round out my collection. I really loved this color and it wore well all four days I had this on.
Rescue Beauty Lounge A Lonely House. This was my very first brown lacquer, and it was like chocolate for my nails. It went on like glass, which I get with most of my RBLs, and wore beautifully. This was a nice seasonal color for the tail end of winter and looked great! It’s not that common a color, either, not something you’d normally think of as a nail polish color but I think it worked well.