Welcome to part two of the nail art threesome I’ve had with Alice of One Nail to Rule Them All and Allie of Brit Nails! You can check out part one here where I attempted one of Alice’s designs, and today I’m showing you the design of Allie’s that I went for.
Category: Barry M
Alice of One Nail to Rule Them All and Allie of Brit Nails and I have had a Whatsapp conversation going for years now. They’ve kept me sane when blogging (and non-blogging life) has been driving me up the wall. They’re a great sounding board, and wonderful friends. So who better to have a threesome with? A nail art threesome that is.
Barry M’s new Sunset Daylight Curing Nail Paint and Topcoat aim to deliver the look and resilience of pro salon gel nails without the need for a UV lamp. Releases like this are interesting because they bring long wear to a more affordable level. First up there’s a tonne of pictures…
I’ve got a nail art tutorial today for a spring fashion trend, in collaboration with River Island and three other brilliant UK nail bloggers (Ave, Alice, Jenny and Allie) who are each showing a different theme chosen by River Island to represent their upcoming collections.
I’ve been told that these polishes have taken a while to produce because of UK regulations for quick dry ingredients, but I’m glad that Barry M finally have a quick dry range to add to their ever growing array of nail polish! Now, I feel like polish dries really slowly on me, so the Managing Director, Dean Mero, asked me to pay special attention to the drying time. I’ll comment on that and the formulas at the end of the post, for now though…PICTURES!
All of the swatches below are shown with a top coat using Barry M ‘Plumpy’, a new high gloss top coat.
I’ve always worn dark colours in spring and summer, so why not post some abstract citrus nail art in November? Why not, exactly! And when it’s exclusively made up of Barry M polishes, you can’t really go wrong.