Last Saturday my regular feature 'Saturday Savings' featured a bit of a Barry M haul when I was taking advantage of their free limited edition nail polishes when you spend £6 or more in Supadrug. I got a hold of both, the 'coral pink' and the 'bright green' and so have selected the coral for my holiday toenails.
As with all their nail paints, the coral pink limited edition nail paint comes in their trademark rectangular bottle and tall lid making it very easy to open with wet or dry nails. The colour applied quickly and easily, going on to my toenails with just a couple of swipes (depending on nail size). It was quite a translucent colour and so required three coats to achieve the result below but as it was quite quick drying this wasn't a problem at all.
I do have five toes by the way, my pinky toe is just a bit teensy.
To paint all ten nails with three coats it took me about twenty minutes from start to finish which I think is very good timing considering the amount I needed to really get colour pay off and opacity.
Now, for the colour. I'm not entirely sure that I'd describe it as a 'coral', when on my nails it looked more fluorescent pink though I suppose that could be up to interpretation. It definitely has a warmer tone to it than say a Barbie pink, but it still doesn't scream coral at me. That said, it is still a lovely, quick-drying and attractive polish that is utterly perfect for summer nails (assuming the summer ever makes an appearance)!
The Barry M nail polish in this review was purchased by me with my own money. I was not compensated in any way for my opinions, which are my own.
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