|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
I really want to try these nail polishes! Great post xReplyDelete
I'm definitely going to be buying all the new Gelly shades when they're out, so i'll keep you updated! Thanks lovely :)Delete