Prickly Pear is a gorgeous lilac shade and is the perfect spring pastel shade.
Plum is a lush dark purple colour and is more of an autumnal colour but I wont let that stop me from wearing it.
The one thing I did notice about this particular polish is that it seems to chip much more easily than all the others in this range, this was a bit disappointing but not so much so that I wont use the polish.
Blackberry is a rich, dark blue. I don’t often come by the darker blue polishes, and honestly, I cant remember the last time I saw this type of shade, but then that could be because I live in a small town and the shops are pants.
Pomegranate is a very juicy red/pinky colour. This is the one polishes of the lot that looked wet to me and it makes me thirsty just looking at it.
I’ve mentioned before that red and pink colours aren’t really my cup of tea, and you can probably tell at least one of the reasons from this photo. With pigmented red/pink polishes, because I have very pale skin, they often stain my skin around the nail, which just doesn’t look very pretty, so I would recommend using Vaseline or a heavy hand cream/moisturiser on your skin prior to applying this nail polish if you also have pale skin.
I do like this range and even though the shine doesn’t seem any different to normal Barry M nail paints, they are still pretty darn shiny and I really do like them. They dry pretty quickly, which is always a bonus.
Another bonus, particularly with the darker colours, is that they are great for stamping, you can see a quick example of this in the picture below.
Every now and then, I try something different with the blog or my posts to see if I like it better, on this post, I’m trying out larger images, do you think it works or did you prefer smaller pics?