Love this color, it is so perfect for any time of the year and i always get complemented when i wear this color
Definitely not sissifying!
8/21/2014 5:24 am
My, oh my! The name of this color does NOT do it justice! There is nothing sissy about this; rather, it's an elegant, sophisticated, and very feminine color that will make any woman's nails perfection. (Can you tell I'm over the moon about this shade?) This is one color you will want to wear every day until the first snow flies...and maybe even after that!
Color of the year!
8/9/2014 11:50 am
I bought this and two other colors as my first Butter polish purchase. I love that you don't need to reapply a million times to achieve the color as it looks in the bottle. Not surprised that this is the color of the year. Out of the tons of colors I had to choose from, this was my first choice. Highly recommended...
7/3/2014 6:45 am
The color is so great on this. I did need 4 coats to be truly opaque.
7/3/2014 6:36 am
This is the first butter London product I bought and I love it! It reminds me of spring even during the roughest winters.
7/2/2014 10:09 pm
Love this color and wear it everywhere!! Great spring hue
Color of the Year!
7/2/2014 6:53 pm
Molly Coddled is the nail lacquer version of the Pantone Color of the Year, Radiant Orchid. It is a deliciously rich lavender. Whenever I wear this color, I get a lot of compliments. It is perfect for summer and honestly, all year long!
7/2/2014 6:28 pm
This is one that be applied with only 2 coats and look fabulous! A must have for this season! You can add other colors, art, whatever but truly this one stands alone beautifully!
7/2/2014 6:07 pm
i've been wearing this color non-stop since spring. perfect streak-free pinky-purple.
Alabaster Molly Coddled Heaven
6/23/2014 10:17 am
Used as follows:
2 coats Alabaster glaze, used the Ombre Brush to apply two light coats of Molly Coddled then one over coat of Doily and then PDQ top coat - Love it.
Ratings & Reviews - Molly Coddled Nail Lacquer
“Nail polish is created in a lab. Nail lacquer is created on the runway.” – Katie Jane Hughes