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Yellow nail polishes don't often look good on me. Even if the color is one that I like, and that won't make my hands look red, the polish formula often has spreadability issues: it holds brushstrokes a bit like a frost polish, even if it's a matte or creme finish. Sally Hansen's Sunflowers, released in 2009, had this problem. So did Zoya's Creamy. Butterscotch has some of this, but the formula is much better: I got more even coverage and fewer visible brushstrokes.
I also like this shade better than the brighter, obviously “summery” yellow shades. Since the yellow isn't so bright, the skin on my hands and fingers doesn't look red by contrast. (Yay for cooler yellows that aren't quite golds!)
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