Sunday, 17 November 2013

Barry M Christmas Limited Edition Polishes!

Hi Guys,

After my Lush Christmas Post I couldn't wait much longer to put up another Christmas post! Plus what would be better than some Barry M Limited Edition Christmas Glitter offerings! I currently sit writing this post sat in Santa Leggings too... I love Christmas... 


Every year now Barry M release four Christmas inspired Nail Paints, two for Superdrug and two for Boots. Plus They always have those great metallic textured caps! Which I may buy the polishes just for them maybe 40% of the time haha. 


The polishes don't have names on the bottom of the bottles unlike the permanent nail paints, I wish they did have names though as trying to remember them off of the site is difficult! 

The two polishes from Superdrug are:

Gold Dust (Gold Cap) - To me this is just like rose gold glitter heaven, its the glitter bars in a clear polish but the bars are gold and then a rose pink so it just looks like a rose gold colour! 

 Fairy Lights (Pink Cap) - I love the name of this polish and it is absolutely beautiful, its holographic but its pink and I think a little bit of silver, in the light it catches blue and slightly gold tones too, while still remaining pink. 

Then from Boots they are:

Tinsel Town (Red Cap) - This is exactly like tinsel with the Red, Blue and Green bars of glitter in it, Its a clear base so you can layer it on over any polish. 

Silver Lights (Silver Cap) - At first I thought this was just a typical silver glitter nail polish, nothing special, then I swatched it, Its holographic! You can build it up to get a glitter holographic nail and again its in a clear base so you can turn any colour holographic with it! 


(Swatches: Left to Right - 2 coats of Fairy Lights, 2 coats of Gold Dust, 2 coats of Silver Lights and 2 coats of Tinsel Town.) 

Its super difficult to choose a favourite out of the four but I think I'd have to go with Silver Lights, They all are really close though. Plus both Boots and Superdrug have a 3 for 2 on at the moment which makes buying them all seem so much cleverer. 

You can get them here on Boots, They don't seem to be on Superdrug and all four are £3.99!

Eloise x














14 comments:

  1. These are soooo pretty! I may have to break my spending ban and buy myself one!!😍

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    1. They are super pretty, I was suppose to be on a spending ban too... didn't work the 3 for 2's pulled me in D:

      Eloise x

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  2. These look beautiful!
    My favourite from looking at your swatches would probably be Fairy Lights!

    Katrina xx

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    1. I'm starting to wonder if Fairy Lights is my favourite too, cant beat a bit of rose gold!

      Eloise x

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  3. Very pretty colours...ideal for the Crimbo party season! ;)
    http://vodkaandarose.blogspot.co.uk

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    1. I can see me wearing these a lot around Christmas, Christmas = Sparkle!

      Eloise x

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    1. It's gotten to the stage where I want to go buy back ups! But I must resist them!

      Eloise x

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  5. I love the look of these! Especially the Gold Dust one :)

    Ria x
    naturiabeauty.com

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    1. They're just all so pretty and sort of different to Barry M's usual offerings!

      Eloise x

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  6. Love all these pretty colours!Your blog looks so good- just followed. Feel free to check out our blog xx
    http://looklovewear.blogspot.com

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    1. Barry M do some of the best colours, even if I already have that exact shade by another company I have to have the Barry M one haha! Thanks so much and I'll pop over and check yours out too :)

      Eloise x

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  7. So pretty! I love Barry M polishes - they always have new & exciting releases x

    Jordan-Alice

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    1. They pull you in so easily, just because it says Limited Edition and Barry M, I have to have it!

      Eloise x

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