Review | Barry M Gelly Nail Polish

L-R: Green Berry, Satsuma, Blueberry, Pomegranate, Papaya

L-R: Green Berry, Satsuma, Blueberry, Pomegranate, Papaya

One thing you should probably know about me, I have an addictive personality. When I like something I get lots of it and its kind of a problem… especially for my purse! So my most recent obsession is the Barry M Gelly Nail Polish. I’m sure you will have heard of these beauties and I can’t get enough of them.

I love nail polish but I only love good nail polish, which is why I’m such a massive fan of Nails Inc as their quality is just brilliant. (My favourite polish being Maddox Street!)

I think the ‘normal’ Barry M polish range is pretty average.They have a nice range of colours but the quality isn’t too good. I find they chip pretty quickly but are decent enough if you just want polish on for a night out, say.

However, the Gelly range. Wow, oh wow. Barry M have pulled it out the bag with this polish! The formula is brilliant, truly brilliant. The colours are intense, the polish is thick and really does shine beautifully like a having a gel manicure at the salon! My favourite polishes are pictured above, they are so summery, I love them!

The polishes also last ages. I always use a base coat, two coats of polish and a top coat and they last at least a week. And at £3.99 each, they are an absolute bargain!

Have you tried this amazing range of polish? What did you think? What’s your favourite nail polish? Leave links and comments below because I’d love to know!

Rx

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