A nice muted teal, it compliments a lot of outfits and is different & attention-drawing without being too obvious. A nice color to have in your BL wardrobe!
Great Summer Shade!
8/22/2014 1:50 pm
I love this shade! It reminds me of the crayon "Robin's Egg Blue" and is a wonderful summer blue!
7/7/2014 7:26 am
Great color to wear at the beach!! matches the blue waters of the Florida Keys.
7/4/2014 4:53 pm
This is a beautiful subdued teal and I love it so much I bought a backup just in case it's discontinued someday. I'm happy to see it is a customer favorite and hope it will always be available. If you're just beginning to experiment with blues or other "non-traditional" nail polish colors this is a great place to start. I've seen this color on all ages and skintones and really believe that it's universally flattering and the formula is fantastic - truly a dream to apply. Very highly recommended.
Awesome Beach Blue
7/3/2014 7:41 am
I love this color. It has great coverage, and is perfect for a beach weekend.
7/2/2014 7:05 pm
The color is awesome alone or with Kerfuffle. It reminds me of being on a hawaiian vacation.
7/2/2014 6:17 pm
This is gorgeous green/blue nail polish. Great for summer weather and a beach day.
5/27/2014 8:15 pm
This color is fantastic. You know how you go on vacation and want to buy a bunch of shell necklaces and turqouise earrings and then realize you'd never wear them once you got home? This is what you wear when you get home. It's a dreamy, escapist color with a little clay-like gray in it that makes it fit seamlessly into "real life." This is going on my "any time, any occasion" list along with Keen and Old Blighty.
Great color, great product!
5/12/2014 12:59 am
I am a big fan of this color-- it goes great with everything! Like all Butter London polish, it lasts a while and has great coverage too.
5/9/2014 7:48 pm
I love this nail polish. Its not a nude but still can be very professional and classy. A nice way to add color.
Ratings & Reviews - Artful Dodger Nail Lacquer
“Nail polish is created in a lab. Nail lacquer is created on the runway.” – Katie Jane Hughes