Despite reports that ButterLondon’s polish chips like anything, I’ve never had a problem with it. And it’s true to say that their colour range is second to none working edgy interior shades into catwalk sleek and chic tips. But even if it does chip more than competitors (not least probably because it’s a chemical free as a nail polish can get), so what? Personally, I don’t want the same colour nails for a week or longer – when my nails are in great condition I change the colour at least twice a week, and whether it’s compatible chemically or not with a toluene free range, I find a top coat of minor miracle, Seche Vite, holds it firm for a few days. Anyway, colours aside, ButterLondon’s treatments are fabulous, so I’m looking forward to trying their lastest hard skin remover (let’s face it, nothing ruins your Jimmy Choo strappies more than yellow heels), Rock Off. So much prettier than a foot file. 25 pounds from

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