Showing posts with label Sparkling Ruby. Show all posts
Showing posts with label Sparkling Ruby. Show all posts

29 December 2015

Nail Polish Battle 2015: Top 3

So I gathered all of the winning nail polishes from the previous rounds;

OPI - My Silk Tie // China Glaze - Flip Flop Fantasy // Leighton Denny - Heat Wave // Barry M - Sparkling Ruby // Barry M - Forest // Dark Metal Lacquer - Turn Loose The Mermaid // Kiko - 255 // OPI - Give Me Space

Looking a the polishes I was able to eliminate half of them bases on which I had worn more over 2015. During the summer I had a orange moment where I ended up getting a couple of oranges. The other three were more predictable for me.

However I had to eliminate two;

In the top two were Barry M Sparkling Ruby which came out just in time for the festive season, and a first for the gelly collection in that it wasn't a straight up cream finish.

But the winner for this year was Kiko 255, a beautiful dark purple polish packed with multi coloured holographic micro glitter. Very almost galaxy nails in a bottle. A beautiful polish which was a bargain at less than £4 a bottle.

11 December 2015

Nail Polish Battle 2015: Reds

Another day, another battle. Looking at reds;

Barry M - Sparkling Ruby // Barry M - Poppy (Silk) // Leighton Denny - Chestnut Charm // Nails Inc - Grosvenor Crescent

Barry M Poppy was eliminated because it leans slightly to the pink side. Grosvenor Crescent is really dark and lovely but the following two were just that bit special.

Leighton Denny Chestnut Charm is a beautiful autumnal colour which is a little bit different.

However the winner has to be Barry M Sparkling Ruby. It is one of the first two none cream finish Gelly polishes, with a lovely flat and wide brush. It has no glitter which means it is easy to remove. Very appropriate for this time of year which could be why it beat Chestnut Charm.

3 December 2015

Swatch: Barry M - Sparkling Ruby


Colour: Red
Finish: Glass Fleck , Gold
Opacity: Two Coats
Brush Type: Flat and Wide, Curved Cuticle (Different to normal Gelly)
How Much? 10ml