Smith & Cult Fauntleroy - A Review

Saturday, June 25, 2016

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Even though I have reduced my posting schedule, I still feel as busy as ever. Maybe it is the summer months. It seems there's more to do in the summer.

For instance, our cat had kittens before we were able to get her fixed and we are busy training them to use the litter box and eat solid food so that they can go to new homes. Granted, this is one of the funner things that has to be done in my busy day. By the way, you don't happen to know anybody that wants a new kitten, do you? Ha – ha.

Today, I am Swatching and Reviewing a polish that doesn't get much attention, however, I have reviewed it once before (a different color, of course). It has been one of my most popular post, by far the most popular.

I first saw it in one of my polish magazines and, I'll admit, that I ordered it because it was so beautiful. The bottle is like nothing I have ever seen before. It is small and squat and has a hammered gold cap. Most of the polishes they make are creamy, opaque cremes. They have a lot of grown-up colors, neutrals and classics. But that doesn't mean they take themselves too seriously. They have some fun color too.

The color I am reviewing for you today is called Fauntleroy and is a opaque creme in light lilac. It is creamy and goes on easily. It is thin, but isn't so thin that it doesn't cover in two coats. I can already tell that I'm going to be reaching for this polish a lot.

I used:
ZoyaAnchor Base Coat -
Smith & Cult Fauntleroy -
Seche ViteTop Coat -

Other Smith & Cult nails:
Smith & Cult Selected Polish - A Review

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