Barry M – Watermelon

Today I have the first Barry M Gelly Nail Effect that kickstarted by slight addition.  This is watermelon and was a gift from my bestie for my recent birthday.

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Formula on this on was good, not as perfect as Passion Fruit we saw the other day, this was two coats.  It seemed to dry quite quickly on the nail so I needed to move quickly and not faff about getting it on.  However, it levelled really well and dried beautifully.  I based with G & G Stuck on Blu! and then to prolong wear and shine added a top coat of G & G HK Girl.

Watermelon is a dark teal polish, its very similar in colour to one of my all time fav colours, Khloe had a Little Lam Lam, which as that deep rich tone to is as well.  I think these Gelly Nail Effects are absolutely fabulous value for money at £3.99 each.

OK, we have one more Gelly coming up this week, any guesses??


Barry M – Passion Fruit

Only recently did I get my first Barry M Gelly Nail Effects – and now I’m a little bit obsessed with them.

This one, for your viewing pleasure, is the lovely Passion Fruit.  Its a reddy orange, bright delight of a nail polish (and as you can imagine, gave my camera a bit of a hard time!)

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In the image above, it is showing off more red than orange.  But its delighful.  The formula is great, two easy coats and you are done.  It dries to a high shine finish, but out of habit I did top coat with G & G HK Girl for extra wear time.  I loved this.  Its so bright and easy, its like summer colour in a bottle.

I bought this in Superdrug, where at the time they were doing buy two for £6 deal, which is great as the Gelly Nail Effects retail for £3.99 and we all know pennies saved can be spent on other polish lovelies!!  You can also pick up Barry M in Boots stores and directly from Barry M.

What do you think?  Have you any Gelly Nail Effects in your collection?