Want Gwyneth Paltrow’s Nails? Here’s Gwyneth’s Butter London Nail Polish Collection!

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It’s not a collaboration per se, more like a selection. Gwyneth Paltrow and Butter London decided to team up for a special offering. Five nail polish sets have been cleverly assembled for Gwyneth’s Goop followers.

All from Butter London, a well-respected nail polish brand offering mindful, conscious nail products. Free of Formaldehyde, Toluene or DBP, the 3F standards are met and respected in each case, should you opt for a Candy Coated set or a simple duo of Top and Tails (base coat and top coat). I rather like Gwyneth’s Goop projects and, since I’m a self confessed nail polish addict, this one really caught my attention.

Butter London Nail Polish exclusive for Goop

It’s a limited offer, though, and one of the sets having already a ‘sold out’ mark on – coincidentally it was also the cheapest and the one conceived by Butter London exclusively for Goop. You still have two more to consider, besides the two I mentioned above. A trio of neutral beiges from light to darker hues called ‘Starkers’ and a shimmer jeweled trio ‘The Stones’. The packs of three can be yours for $40 while the duo is only $28. What are your nail habits? Would you consider changing them to suit Gwyneth’s?

Gwyneth Paltrow nail polish selection Butter London

I admit I’m more of an OPI girl but considering a switch towards the 3F standards. Which, sadly, are not yet a must with OPI.

Gwyneth Paltrow nail base coat top coat Butter London

Gwyneth Paltrow Nail Polish Butter London


#1 Trix on 04.03.13 at 5:21 am

Love these nail polishes! I have a good few at home. They do require a minimum of two coats in my experience but the colours are fab. And I love that they have less of the chemical nasties other brands have.
Plus the packaging is ever so charming :)

#2 kpriss on 04.03.13 at 8:16 am

you’re right Trix! I too love the packaging! And it’s so much more practical than the oval or round classic ones!

But I think most polishes need 2 coats for better coverage – how long does Butter last on the nail? I’d make the switch to conscious nail polishes, but I’m always afraid of lacquer that chips away in a day, or wears away on the tips in just hours after painting the nails. Or worse: nail polish that leaves your nails yellow once removed! That’s THE worse!

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