I fucking love the Barry M Holographic Molten Metals! There, I said it in it’s full glory exactly how I was thinking it! But I really do love them! I know we have seen loads of holo polishes and with stronger holo from indies but when it comes to the highestreet holos, Barry M have it completely nailed! Ever since they brought out Holographic Lights last year, I have been hoping with crossed fingers and toes that they would bring out more colours in the range and ok, I wasn’t quite expecting these colours but I adore them even more because of that reason, because I probably wouldn’t have bought these shades otherwise and would have definitely been missing out.
Holographic Moon is a gorgeous nude/sandy holo! It’s perfect for when you are trying to have an office/school/anytime appropriate look but you’re also a holo whore and you’re not afraid to show it.
Holographic Rocket is a kind of pinky, amethyst purple.
Holographic Sunburst is a stunning burnt red and I love how the orange in the holo shows up against this one, it’s very fiery.
Holographic Flare is a gorgeous green, I’m not even sure what shade of green (sage maybe?) but it really is stunning and the holo sets it off nicely.
All 4 polishes were perfect in 2 coats and I have swatched them without topcoat. They have a nice near-glossy finish to them and even though the holo is multi sized holo particles, they finish fast and smooth.
I am so impressed with these again and I can’t wait to see what they bring out next. I would definitely love to see more colours in this range and I hope to see more shades that I wouldn’t expect them to bring out. Plus, I am still hoping that we see some more glitter Gelly polishes in the future too.
You can pick these up direct from the Barry M website, or Superdrug and Boots for £3.99 each.
And I am finishing off this post with some cute nail art using all 4 polishes. I literally just swiped the colours over the nail blending each colour as I went. The images are all from the Uberchic Unicorn Love plate and I stamped these with Moyou Black Knight, then I topped everything off with a coat of Seche Vite.