I absolutely love this navy shade! The formula is amazing. The only thing I don't like is I work as a chef and I've yet to find a lacquer that can stand up to a day in the kitchen. However I can settle for gorgeous even if durability isn't there...my first butter lacquer and I just ordered three more! :)
7/2/2014 6:30 pm
I remember seeing a review the most beautiful image, and as it turns out this really does look just as amazing in real life. If you have pale cool skin tone, buy this immediately. I have pale warm skin, and this is a lovely compliment. A rare non-staining deep blue, with an amazing shimmer that looks classy not streaky. One of the best blues out there. Anywhere.
5/6/2014 8:03 pm
I usually steer clear of metallic tones, but this one grabbed my attention and I had to buy it! I loved the richness of the color. I certainly was not boring, and looked beautiful, even on my pale skin! BL did it again with an excellent polish that lasts for a full week! (I always apply BL base coat, two coats of color, and BL top coat- TRULY looks like I went and got a manicure from a professional!)
4/27/2014 11:37 am
This blue is a nice, deep, rich, multi-tonal color that is both interesting and flattering. It's one I frequently go back to.
4/26/2014 9:43 pm
This is the longest lasting nail polish I've ever owned! It stayed on for a whole work week before it started to chip! I work it the medical field so I am constantly washing my hands and it didn't budge until friday!
Great denim blue metallic
4/26/2014 7:55 pm
This was my first Butter London purchase! I am so drawn to this cobalt/denim blue metallic and it is in my top 5 BL polishes.
4/25/2014 7:52 am
This one polish instantly updates all of your polishes. It gives a shiny, unique color and adds interest to your manicure. It is my favorite.
4/25/2014 6:15 am
The pic doesn't do this polish justice - it is absolutely lovely, a deep, rich, vibrant blue that shimmers in the light. It is amazing for pedicures!
Ratings & Reviews - Big Smoke Nail Lacquer
“Nail polish is created in a lab. Nail lacquer is created on the runway.” – Katie Jane Hughes