So you better treat her right!
In 1983, Donna Summer tapped into the spirit of the working woman succinctly. Back then, I wasn’t in the work force, but now I can relate to that working class struggle more than ever.
It’s a sacrifice working day to day
for little money just tips for pay
But it’s worth it all
just to hear them say that they care
Really, it’s worth it just to afford nail polish! And Butter London’s Dosh is one of the many perks to steady employment.
As with many of Butter London’s polishes, Dosh’s name comes from British slang, in this case, meaning ‘Money’. I really enjoy researching the names behind these polishes. One theory is that Dosh combines “Dollars” and “Cash” into Dosh. Whatever it is called, it is gorgeous!
It was a cloudy day when this bright polish came out to play and it was really difficult to capture all of its beautiful shimmer. Luckily, my camera caught it under my indoor lights.
Dosh is a granny smith apple green polish packed with green, silver and gold shimmer. Once the sun broke through the clouds, this polish really shone.
This was two coats of Dosh and a topcoat. I’ve said it before and I’ll say it again, Butter London’s formula is a dream. Dosh is not too thick or thin and the shimmer, while plentiful, does not leave a gritty finish; completely smooth and lush.
As green and purple are my two favorite colors, I could not resist snapping off a shot of Dosh against my purple azaleas. Nature is always my favorite backdrop.
While I was waiting for a glimpse of sun beams, I got distracted with my vegetable garden and couldn’t resist pulling a few weeds. While I do have some soil schmutz on my fingers, my manicure held up beautifully.Tweet