To this day I remember purchasing my first ever Barry M nail polish in the colour Coral, which despite its name is a hot red tomato colour. It graced my nails for months on end, and as time went by my Barry M collection started to grow. Most collections that have come out have somehow made their way into my stash, including the textured nail polishes that were polish a couple of years ago. This year has seen the release of the Speedy Quick Dry range, which as soon as I saw the swatches knew had to be something that made its way into my collection as well. The first beauties from this line to be mine were In A Heart Beat and Pit Stop. The brushes for this colour are flatter and wider than the original ones, however this provides a great tool for smooth polish application, meaning the brush covers a wider area. I cannot get over how much I adore the colours in this range, I just think they are so stunning and perfect for this time of year. Pit Stop is my go-to professional colour for presentations or anything where I still want to have my nails painted, yet not in an in-your-face colour.
After seeing the shade Eat My Dust feature on the nails of some of my favourite bloggers, including Anna from Vivianna Does Makeup I knew it had to become a part of my collection. The gorgeous blue pastel shade is so beautiful and really nice to apply. I've found the formula of these polishes is perfect, they're slightly thinner yet still opaque, meaning two coats and you're good to go but you don't have that awkward tower on nail polish on your nails. These last really well on me, I'm talking 7+days without severe chips. The final colours (as of yet) that have been added to collection are Road Rage and Get Set Go. If you want to appear more tanned than you are pop Road Rage on your finger nails, and I've been loving sporting Get Set Go on my toes for the perfect summer sandal accompaniment. I really can't express my love for Barry M and this collection in general enough, especially when I can often (due to offers) get 2 nail polishes for just £6! Astonishing.
Have you tried any polishes from Barry M?