Macbeth is one of my first Butter London nail polishes. It’s the one I truly enjoy having on my nails and, being through half a bottle, the one I will gladly purchase again.
It’s a perfect summer shade – coral with pink undertones. Certain corals can be washed out and lightened, but this is not the case with Macbeth — it’s bright and happy! It is described as orange-y-coral by Butter London, but I can’t see any orange tones in it.
The formula is great, it has good consistency – not too thick or runny. Two coats are enough for full coverage. It dries fairly quickly, but I still like to use Butter London Hardware P.D. Quick Top Coat on top of it to give it extra shine.
The shade closest to Macbeth I know of is the Dior Lucky – very similar shade, but a bit calmer and muted.
Butter London nail polish comes in 11ml bottle and retails for £12. Butter London nail polishes does not contain formaldehyde, toluene, or DBP.