The Starkers Collection:
It was created with three hues to blend with every skin tone. When choosing which colour to wear,
match the lacquer to your skin as nails will tend to carry a different tone. For someone who prefers to stand out a little more,find a contrasting colour. For light skin tones, we recommend Tea And Toast, Crumpet for medium, and Shandy for dark.
Extend the less is more trend to your lips with the Starkers LIPPY Collection. The three versatile shades feature Tea with the Queen, a best selling opaque tan, Hen Party, a sheer opal gloss, and The Old Bill, a shimmering copper.
For Spring/Summer 2013, many designers embraced a return to healthy, natural looking nails with a mannequin like minimalism that dominated the runways.
The nude nail appeared effortless, yet luxe and completely purposeful. “I see the perfect
nude as being an extension of your fingers and making them look longer,”says Katie Hughes, butter LONDON Global Colour Ambassador.
Opaque light apricot crème
A refreshing beverage made of half beer
and half Sprite; mostly enjoyed by girls
Opaque warm, caramel crème
A tasty bread often toasted for breakfast.
Also Brit slang for a hot chick.
Tea & Toast
Rich, tan, opaque crème
A traditional English breakfast.
Tea With The Queen
Opaque, pinkish tan liquid lipstick
A highly prestigious invitation extended
to important and boring members of the
Sheer opal gloss
Hen Party is British for a bachelorette
party, an occasion marked by gangs of
cackling women, arms linked, stumbling
around the West End
The Old Bill
Burnished shimmering copper lipstick
Brit slang for the police, also known as
Sweetie Shop Lacquer Collection
Inspiration for the Spring 2013 Collection emerged from the charming colours and silhouettes of the 50s era.
Shades influenced by the soft pastels of cotton candy, milkshakes, and macaroons enhance the playful
feminine edge. A brilliant sherbet, luxe lemon, and peppy violet are paired with an icy mint, a rich candy pink and a creamy khaki for a statement that’s sweet but chic
A cup of tea.“Do you fancy a cuppa?”
Opaque punchy carnation crème
Slot machine; present in most English pubs and notorious for emptyingpocketbooks on payday.
Opaque lavender orchid crème
A mum’s act of coddling, sheltering and sissifying her child.
Opaque icy mint crème
Street slang for a five pound note.
Opaque bright pastel yellow crème
A wasp or yellow jacket.
Opaque pink coral crème
A commotion or fuss; smaller than a brawl, larger than a snag.
$15 for the Nail Lacquers; $18 for the LIPPY’s