Tuesday, 18 June 2013

Mad about Barry M


You are all probably confused as to why I have uploaded a picture of my garden the main reason is because its so pretty and I will use any old excuse to get a snap of it and show it off. However if you look closely you might be able to see something beautiful and nail polish shaped hidden away.
I spy with my little eye something beginning with “B” and ending in “arry M”.  That’s right I’m bringing a Barry M haul and review to you today. If you have been following my blog you will know about my embarrassing nail polish addiction, and if you haven’t been following my blog…well im disappointed. (just kidding)

I love how fun the Barry M range is. Now I’m by no means in a position to sit here and tell you whether or not you should buy it, but that’s not going to stop me from saying if you happen to be in Boots or Superdrug one day and you are umming and ahhing over whether to make the purchase the answer will always be YES! Now if you are thinking about giving up reading this post please don’t. Let me paint a (not so pretty) picture in your head. I’m dressed half in pajamas and half in normal clothes I slip on my mums walking boots and line up all my nail polishes in the garden and start taking pictures. It frightens me to even think about what the neighbours must say. If the dedication I have just shown to my blog is not reason enough for you to read on I don’t know what is.
I’m a massive fan of glitter nail polish even if it is a bugger to get off. However I find most brands only bring out sparkly overcoats. If you are like me and have been on the search for the perfect varnish to create glitter ball nails then look no further, Barry M has answered all your prayers. They are by far my favorite and their glitter range is vast.  At £2.99 you really can’t go wrong.  With just two coats you can achieve amazing results that will last all week or if you are like me and do minimal house work you can make them last at least two.
I am also really enjoying the high sheen Gelly effects range. Unfortunately I only own two but they are fantastic. Pigmentation  can not be beaten and they make your nails look great. If I wasn’t on a nail varnish ban I would definitely be buying more of these. The shade “watermelon” is a great vibrant summer colour and like I said before they have a good staying power. This range retails at £3.99 so still very affordable and its always worth looking out for the deals in boots and Superdrug when they are buy one get one half price.
Barry M sometimes bring out limited edition nail polishes too. Which are always worth keeping your eye out for. As you can see there’s one very special limited edition in the background. Unfortunately for you guys she’s not for sale (unless someone makes a good offer)
Well done Barry M you have really won me over. I am still to try their textured range so if any of you guys recommend it let me know and i might turn a blind eye to my spending ban just for one day.
Thank you for reading
Loren
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