Monday, 18 July 2016

Barry M Coconut Infusion Sunkissed, Flamingo and Laguna


These 3 Barry M Coconut Infusion polishes were part of my birthday presents back in April, I'm getting through them, slowly but surely.

In case you haven't heard of the Coconut Infusion range, here is what it says on the Barry M website:

'Barry M Coconut Infusion is an entirely new and innovative Nail Paint formulation. Its unique, caring blend of Coconut Water and Coconut Oil gently hydrates and nourishes nails while delivering a beautifully smooth, gel-like glossy manicure. Enriched with anti-oxidizing properties, the strengthening benefits of patented Hexanal and Vitamins B & C, nails will be repaired and replenished, resulting in a brighter, healthier looking, long lasting finish. Its exclusive High Reflective Resin System offers lustrous shine, fluid coverage and amazing depth of colour.'

I can't really comment on the enriching properties of these because I didn't really notice any difference but they do all have great colour with fab shine and they all have the newer flat and curved Barry M brush which I love, it's awesome for get right near the cuticle and covering the nail in fewer strokes.

Sunkissed

Sunkissed is a tan nude, it is a 2 coater and dried very quickly. I also used 1 coat of Seche.


This is a lovely nude polish but I feel like it might be a little too dark for my skin tone, it would be better suited to those with olive skin or those who are tanned.

Flamingo

Flamingo is a gorgeous coral peach. It's perfect in 2 coats and dried very quickly. I also added 1 coat of Seche.


I adore this colour and it's perfect for the summer.

Laguna

Last but definitely not least is Laguna, a cornflower blue. This is 2 coats, which dried fast and I also added a coat of Seche.


This blue is an absolute beaut and would have normally been my favourite, had it not been for Flamingo.

All of the polish have a fantastic, creamy formula and apply beautifully, becoming opaque in 2 thin coats. They all dry quickly and to a lovely shiny finish but I do like to add a coat of Seche just for wear purposes. They advise to wear an basecoat with these which I thought was weird because surely the coconutty formula needs to touch the actual nail to do good, but I wore a base of OPI Nail Envy and as I said, I didn't notice any difference but that definitely doesn't mean there wasn't any.

These are £4.99 each and there are 6 other shades on top of these 3 to choose from.

:)x



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