22 February 2016

BARRY M SPEEDY NAIL PAINT SPRING 2016 COLLECTION*

BARRY M SPEEDY NAIL PAINT SPRING 2016 COLLECTION

Hey lovelies today I bring you another nails post from one of my favourite high street brands Barry M, the first you saw last week.  Which was the new shades from the Gelly range and now another new SS16 launch new shades for the Speedy Range.  You will all know I have been wearing Barry M nail polishes for years and you will have seen one of my all time favourite nail paints Speedy Grey which I have used bottles of so many I can't count on the blog before.  For spring 2016 they have added 4 new shades, I wanted to share with you all to expand the already 20+ shades in the current range.  

BARRY M SPEEDY NAIL PAINT SPRING 2016 COLLECTION

From L - R you have Personal Best a dusty mauve shade and Freestyle a dusty pink shade.  

BARRY M SPEEDY NAIL PAINT SPRING 2016 COLLECTION

From L - R you have In a flash a very light pastel pink shade and then wining streak a soft beige pastel.  I have swatches them all below using 2 coats of each colour as you can see they leave a good level of finish.

BARRY M SPEEDY NAIL PAINT SPRING 2016 COLLECTION

These are all great shades and I would say they are all pastel shades but some great new additions to the current range.  I love these nail paints and they dry so quick they literally take a minute or two to dry, which if you are impatient like me they are great.  I really pleased to see they now sport the wider new flat brush making application more seamless.  My favourite shade at current is wining streak a great pastel beige.  At £3.95 these are available at Superdrug and Boots.

Have you tried any Speedy Nail Paints?

MyBeautySleuth
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