Thursday, April 12, 2012

BL Slapper + Nail Polish Canada Giveaway Reminder

I was looking through some pictures of when I was in St. Lucia a few years ago as someone on a nail board I belong to had asked about vacationing there.  I was taken back by the colour of the water which was this amazing shade so unusual compared to the bodies of water in my area.  The pix gave me some inspiration for my latest mani as I was thinking, hmmm, I think I have a polish that shade!  Butter London Slapper, which I had received from Nail Polish Canada not long ago.

This is two coats. How beautiful is this?

Isn't it amazing to think that water exists in this colour? Here's a pix from my holiday.

Butter London Slapper is pretty close to the water, eh?

Another pix of Slapper. This is without topcoat. Shiny. Beautiful. Application and cleanup was a dream. I was thrilled to see I didn't have any staining as sometimes happens with some greens and blues. 

To add to the water effect, I topped BL Slapper with a coat of Zoya Maisie to give the mani some depth and interest. 

 I'd like to thank Nail Polish Canada for sending me Butter London Slapper* (which reminds me, I still need to order Trout Pout and Disco Biscuit!)  This is a reminder of their current giveaway for the entire Butter London Spring/Summer 2012 collection simply by filling out the ballot, which is offered here.

And you know I stamped it! I'll show you what I did in my next post!

Thanks for looking!

*Please see disclosure policy.


  1. That's a great combination! I've never seen water that color in person--looks so intriguing.

  2. Slapper looks great all by itself but Maisie looks a-maisie-ing on top of it! (Oh long day, bad pun) =)

  3. Gorgeous nail polish color and I really like the combo also!


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