Londontown Blushfully Bare Collection | Swatch & Review

Hi everyone!

Today I have swatches and a review of the new Londontown Blushfully Bare Collection from Fall 2020! This is a set of 4 cremes , and my set also included a bottle of their Londontown Diamond Shine Top Coat. These polishes are a selection of neutrals meant to flatter every skin tone and mood.

These polishes are vegan, cruelty free, and 16+ free, as Londontown is very much open about their commitment to clean formulas!

A great neutral is a staple for everyone so I’m super excited to show you all these shades! My skin tone is very fair with pink/cool undertones since I am a redhead. Each shade and its undertones will look different on everyone, but hopefully my swatches and review are helpful!

Now, let’s get into the swatches.

I don’t want to play favorites but…. I’m starting off with my favorite 🙂 Plié is a light pink-toned nude creme. It looks pretty neutral on me since my skin is already very pink-toned but I actually like how it looks a lot. I’m wearing 2 coats with the Londontown top coat, although this could easily be a 3 coater if you’re not careful, or if you do thin coats.

I really like this shade on me! It’s such a pretty light nude and I like the undertone. Plus, I tend to like brighter and lighter nude shades like this one. I definitely recommend!

Next up is Café au Lait, a neutral light brown creme. I’m wearing 2 coats with the Londontown top coat. This one went on nice and smooth. I actually think this name is a great description for this color, haha. It really does look like coffee with milk!

It’s not my favorite shade on me personally but I think it will look really beautiful on some other skin tones. Another great creme formulation from Londontown!

Pecan Pie is an orange-toned neutral creme. I’m wearing 2 coats with the Londontown top coat. You really can’t find a more perfect fall neutral than this! The orange tone makes me feel so ready for October and Halloween, and I think this will be a great neutral through Thanksgiving.

I don’t tend to like oranges but if I had to wear one it would be just like this: muted and simple! This one looked better on me than I expected and it looks super shiny, in my opinion!

And last but not least is Mudslide, a true chocolate brown creme. Here is 2 coats with the Londontown top coat. This is such a classic shade! If you don’t already have a brown like this in your collection, I highly recommend it. The formula was great once again and looked really shiny on the nail.

Here’s some of my overall thoughts on the collection: Something I’ve found with Londontown cremes is that they’re always smooth and glossy, even without top coat. These are no different! All of these have a beautiful finish and look really professional and glossy on the nail. I’m really excited to wear these neutrals more! The shades are stunning.

In addition, the brush on Londontown polishes is flat, wide, and curved on the ends, which is my favorite type! It makes for a really smooth and even application with the coverage from such a wide brush. The cuticle line is easy to shape with the curved ends of the brush.

I hope you guys found this review helpful and enjoyed the swatches. I love doing these types of blog posts for you all!


DISCLAIMER: Londontown gifted me these polishes to share with all of you. All opinions are my own. Some links are affiliate links.

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