|Mint Green 304, Hi Shine Gelly in Blueberry 301and Strawberry Ice cream 309|
The nail colours only started to chip very slightly on a couple of fingers on my left hand, after nearly 3 days, (which is strange as I'm right handed...), but my right hand remained totally untouched. As well as this the gorgeous Gelly pot stayed shiny and glossy until the moment I took it off, it really does look great, like a Shellac manicure.
|The Right Hand After 3 Days - Good As New|
|The Left Hand - Minimal Chips|
For £3.99 a pot, the Gelly pots are an absolute bargain, and I will definitely be investing in some new colours, especially the new spring collection, which will be released on February 13th. I practically squealed when I saw the new colours, including a neon green, orange, a nude/yellow and a beautiful deep pink. I will be the first in line, and I will put a post up reviewing them all for you!
|Image Courtesy of BarryM Cosmetics|
I am still a die-hard BarryM nail paint fan, and this test only confirms that even more. I highly recommend them for great value and exceptional quality. They have such a such array of colours, and innovations, I can't wait to see what they are going to do next. I would go as far as to say, that they are the best high street brand for polishes bar none, especially the new Gelly pots!
Who else will be grabbing a Hi Shine Gelly Pot on Feb 13th?
I can't wait to hear what you think of BarryM polishes!
Love, Lauren xx