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Butter London's Newest Collection Proves The Neon Trend Is Sticking Around For Fall

June 26, 2013 by Jenn Rice
shefinds | beauty

butter LONDON just released their fall polish collection and I was shocked to see that it features the same neon hues that have been around all summer. At first I thought they were just super late to the neon + white base coat game, but it turns out the neon trend is going to continue into this fall. The collection was  inspired by the unexpected color combinations seen on the Fall 2013 catwalks during London Fashion Week. The best part? You can scoop butter LONDON’s new polishes and rock them all summer and fall, without fear of your nail polish color being dated. Neon isn’t what I usually think of for fall, but considering the massive amount of bright colored polishes and accessories I’ve accumulated recently, I’m glad the trend is sticking around. I’ve got my eye on ‘Wellies,’ a light grass green shade. It’s perfect for summer (even though we’re supposedly talking about fall?).

The butter LONDON Colour Clash Collection ($15 each) includes shades Cotton Buds (pure white creme), Pimms (sunflower yellow creme), Giddy Kipper (indigo shimmer), Wellies (light yellow-green creme), Silly Billy (bright orange creme) and Cake-Hole (neon pink creme). What do you think about the whole neon trend for fall? Rock it or knock it?

For more beauty products, check out Avon’s Mega Effects MascaraBenefit’s Hoola bronzer and the best sunscreens now.

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