Sunday, February 16, 2014

Barielle Review - Falling Star & Rusted Vintage Boots

I got three polishes from Barielle to share with you. I showed you the first one about two weeks ago along with some nail art (you can revisit that post here). Today, I have swatches of the other two, Falling Star and Vintage Rusted Boots, and of course some nail art using them.

My selective OCD just kicked in and made me realize one bottle is turned opposite the other two. O.O But my laziness is also present. So instead of rephotographing, I'm just going to complain about it. =P

First up is Falling Star. It is a gorgeous blue with tiny copper glitter throughout. This polish is opaque in two coats, and does not require any fishing or dabbing for good glitter distribution. I'm showing it without topcoat.

Drying time on this one is pretty average. Maybe a tad faster than normal. The formula is nice and smooth. Not too thick, not too thin.

Next is Rusted Vintage Boots. Besides the name being a bit of a mouthful, it is so buttery smooth! Dries fast, great flexible brush (I barely needed any cleanup to have a nice, crisp cuticle gap), and it has wonderful application! This polish only needed like 1.5 coats. It was almost a one coater with a single thin coat!

And of course, last but not least, I did some nail art with these two polishes (plus Revlon Sunshine Sparkle)! 

Barielle's polishes are $8 USD for 13.3mL, and in my opinion, are definitely worth every penny!

This product was sent for my honest review from All opinions remain entirely truthful and my own.
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