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I have a massive problem with naked nails. Yes! That’s what I feel nails without nail colours look like. πŸ™‚

Well-maintained and well-presented (yes, I said it) nails are as important to me as men’s matching shoes and belts to most women.

Barry M Gelly Nail colours are a delight. They have a range of fresh colours that would rock your spring nails manifold.

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I tried on the Passionfruit which is a coral red – neon shade. Usually red or dark shades are associated with winter. However, this was quiet a pleasant change and I loved it on my wheatish hands.

One coat is never enough for me. I like my nails to have a solid colour filling. After the first application, I could still feel the shade to be opaque so I went for the second coat. Smooth, shiny and spring nails…WELCOME HOME! πŸ˜‰

 

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Whether you are going on a beach holiday, cosy dinner or just to work – you can always give Passionfruit by Barry M a try!

You can get this baby for Β£3.99 from here.

 

What is your favourite nail colour this spring?

xxx

44 comments on “Barry M Gelly Nail Paints Review – My Spring Nails!”

  1. These are lovely colours! I especially love the ‘Guava’ shade – I may have to invest in some of that! I have a baby pink (cant remember the name) Barry M Gelly Polish and its really nice and smooth to apply πŸ™‚ xx

    • Guava does look tempting and so springy! I am a fan of these shades but always have to apply more than 1 coating for a solid colour look πŸ™‚ xxx

  2. These colours get me excited for warmer weather! I always say my nails look naked without any colour too!!! Great to know othe people do it #Imnotalone

  3. I am such a fan of “natural” looking nails so I always stick with a delicate pink or french manicured look, but maybe I should step out of my comfort zone. I’ll let you know how it goes

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