We’re starting with my absolute favourite from this collection, Banana Split. This is the perfect yellow. It’s bright and it’s fantastic in 2 coats.
I have already gone halfway through the bottle of this one, I may have to buy up a few bottles of this just in case they stop doing it.
Tangerine is a stunning, bright and summery orange. It goes perfectly with Banana Split too.
I get this with the whole collection, but mostly with this, it looks juicy! Is it just me seeing this?
Pink Grapefruit is a really pretty, coral leaning pink. This one is a little less of a bright shade than the rest but still fits in really nicely with this release.
And it also goes perfectly with the next polish.
Blueberry Muffin is blue leaning teal that reminds me of the colour of swimming pools in photos of hotels and resorts.
I don’t swim but it is making me really want to sit next to a resort pool, with someone waiting on me hand and foot, and a drink in each of my hands, constantly. I mean, it’ll probably be a water because I don’t drink alcohol and try to stay away from pop these days too, but it still seems like it would be nice. Also, it can’t be too hot or I will literally melt away.
All of these polishes were perfect in 2 thin coats and they all dry as fast as we’re used to with the Gelly range. They also stamp quite nicely, which I forgot to take photos of, but trust me. They are also very glossy so you could get away with doing them very quickly if you’re in a rush, with no topcoat and they will still look amazing, but I do suggest wearing a topcoat to extend the life of these on your nails.
Anyway, now that you have sufficiently salivated over these new Barry M Gelly nail paints, which ones will you be picking up? They are available from BarryM.com and Superdrug instore and online for £3.99 each.