They absolutely do apply like butter. The very first coat was smooth and even and almost provided full coverage. The brush is really high-quality and helped me keep neat, straight lines as much as possible with my shaky hands. I probably should have used a thin-tipped nail art brush for the fine touch of Fairy Lights that I applied over Toff at the tips of my nails, but I didn't, and just used the brush that came with the bottle. My lines weren't the most even, but not bad for using a bottle brush!
I really love this polish. It applies so smoothly and evenly, and with two coats, I have total and complete coverage. It dries fairly quickly, and the paint job looks absolutely impeccable. Will I buy more at $14 a bottle? Unfortunately for my wallet, I undoubtedly will. They're phenomenal.
Toff is a beautiful mauve that's a bit plummier than it looks in the photos below. It got dark early today due to snowy weather, so I wasn't able to get a natural light photo. These were all taken indoors, with flash. Also, if you may notice my cuticles aren't in the best condition. It's a constant struggle, but I'm still working on them!!!
Qtica Natural Nail Growth Stimulator as base coat
2 coats of Butter London in Toff
1 thin strip of Butter London in Fairy Lights along the tips of the nails
1 coat of Seche Vite top coat