butter LONDON

Nail Lacquer, Marrow 0.4 oz (11 ml)

$15.00

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Marrow, A dark, flat, murky & mysterious purple.
A custom mixed colour for the designers at Vena Cava this season, who named it after the dark purple, rusty center of a bone.

butter LONDON's highly-pigmented lacquers are created for the catwalk and formulated to nourish and protect nails. Create bespoke looks with countless colours and finishes.  butter LONDON does not add formaldehyde, toluene, or DBP to any of its nail formulas. It's colour without compromise.

  • Highly pigmented
  • Consistent coverage
  • Vitamin formula promotes nail strength

butter LONDON does not add formaldehyde, toluene or DBP to any of its nail formulas. It's colour without compromise.

Warnings:

Keep out of flame and heat.

butter LONDON, llc

Apply 1-2 coats as needed.

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butter LONDON 3 Free Nail Lacquer, Marrow, .4 fl oz
 
5.0

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5.0

Marrow - Better than expected!

By Lu Lu

from Jax, FL

describe yourself Dramatic, Manicure/Pedicure Addict, Trendy

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Pros

  • Dries Quickly
  • Goes On Smoothly
  • Long Lasting

Cons

    Best Uses

    • Daily Use
    • Weekly

    Comments about butter LONDON 3 Free Nail Lacquer, Marrow, .4 fl oz:

    Most of the time colors online are not representative of its true color, so I was a bit skeptical of ordering Marrow. I tend to go for darker colors and was hoping it didn't turn out to be a "tweenish" purple. I have dark skin and this looked really good. I liked how in certain lights the color seemed different, at least to me. I would describe this as a royal purple.

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