To commemorate the imminent birth of the royal baby, Butter London launched a new regal shade called Pitter Patter. Butter London The Royals collection re-introduces two of their iconic shades as well as the addition of Pitter Patter. Together this trio of royal inspired shades are being sold together for the first time, for a limited time only.
Help celebrate this historical moment with three iconic lacquers in the rich, luxe formulas butter LONDON is known for. The color purple has been associated with royalty, power and wealth for centuries. In fact, Queen Elizabeth I forbade anyone except close members of the royal family to wear it. Purple’s elite status stems from the rarity and cost of the dye originally used to produce it. Being the combination of red and blue, the warmest and coolest colors, aubergine/purple is believed to be the ideal color. Hence No More Waity Katie, and Lillibet’s Jubilee.
The three shades are:
butter LONDON The Royals Collection
- Lillibet’s Jubilee
This is an opaque, silver lavender foil metallic. It was created in honor of last summer’s Diamond Jubilee of Queen Elizabeth II
- No More Waity, Katie
This is a semi-sheer, greige lilac jelly glitter. It was created two years ago in celebration of Will and Kate’s engagement and impending nuptials.
- Pitter Patter
This is an opaque, aubergine shimmer created to celebrate the arrival of the new royal baby.