Butter London rolled out with a ton of new cosmetics & I’ve been trying them out for some time now! I’m finally ready to give you my thoughts along with swatches & then I decided to show you what I’m rocking for St. Patrick’s Day since I used a few products from Butter London which you’ll see below! Cream blushes, lippies, a cream shadow, & bright lime eyeliner? Keep reading!
The packaging is lovely on these across the board- sleek black with subtle touches. The running them is black, shiny, & clean looking. Each cream blush has a nice mirror but no wasted space. I appreciate this packaging & it makes it easy to use day to day.
Butter London Cheeky Cream Blushes in Honey Pie, Abbey Rose, & Pistol Pink
First off, cream blushes are my jam. If you have any kind of dryness then you probably feel me! If you have oily skin, cream blushes help other blushes stay on longer. Moral of the story? Cream blushes win. The shades I have here are Honey Pie ( a soft slightly peach pink), Abbey Rose ( a more vibrant coral toned rose), & Pistol Pink (a hot fuchsia pink).
Normally I photograph without touching products but I wanted you to really be able to see how creamy these are & I’ve had them for well over a month. They still look brand new despite consistent use.
Left to right- Butter London Cheeky Cream Blushes in Pistol Pink, Honey Pie, & Abbey Rose swatched on bare skin. The pigmentation these is absolutely gorgeous- plus they’re really blendable! I like applying with a stippling brush, especially for the more vibrant shades. There is a another shade in this line I’m dying to get my claws on!
Butter London Wink Eye Pencil in Jaded Jack
This eyeliner is a bright lime green pencil liner. It is super creamy- no tugging at all. You will need a sharpener. Swatches will be below & of course this was a staple in my look today!
Butter London Twigged Wink Cream Eye Shadow
This eyeshadow was a complete surprise for me as cream shadows normally don’t look quite right on their own. Twigged is a beautiful color- a shimmer taupe. It has a doe foot applicator which I used for application then I blend with a flat brush. After it dries you can also layer on more which is nice for a darker look although I didn’t have issues with pigmentation. I don’t have oily lids but I didn’t have significant creasing issues & it set so it didn’t feel tacky throughout the day either.
Butter London Lippy Tinted Balms in Toasted Marshmallow & Teddy Boy-
Lippies! I love lippies! The texture on these is more of a lipstick that won’t dry out your lips- they have pigmentation so don’t expect sheer. & they’re also buildable! I found them very cofortable to wear & apply without tugging or slipping. They apply with a slight shine which looks more moisturizing then they evolve into a satin throughout wear. Toasted Marshmallow is more of an orange based nude which is lovely but doesn’t look as good on my fair, cooler leaning skin. Teddy Boy, however, is an amazing rosy pink with the ability to look neutral on my lips. I LOVE it! You can see it in m look below!
Left to right is Butter London Lippy Tinted Balms in Teddy Boy, Toasted Marshmallow, top is Butter London Twigged Wink Cream Eye Shadow, then below is Butter London Wink Eye Pencil in Jaded Jack. Each lippy is 2ish swipes to build up the color a touch while the eyeshadow & eyeliner are one swipe. Top is in direct sunlight & 2nd is in shade so you can see the coloring on that eyeshadow change up a bit.
Today I’m wearing Butter London Lippy Tinted Balm in Teddy Boy, Butter London Twigged Wink Cream Eye Shadow on my lid, on my lower lashline is Butter London Wink Eye Pencil in Jaded Jack, & oh so lightly on my cheeks is Butter London Cheeky Cream Blush in Honey Pie.
Have you tried any of the newer Butter London cosmetics? I’ve reviewed & loved tons of their polishes so I can’t wait to see more in their makeup line! I love that there are very wearable neutrals then great pops of color! Anything I should check out?