Manicure Monday: BarryM Foil Effects Purple

BarryM Foil Effects Purple
Such a simple nail art look this week, I contemplated a nail art design but I thought these looked fantastic on their own and knowing me I would have probably made them look worse with my attempted nail art. This is a limited edition (sorry) from the BarryM Foil Effects range. This range and even this colour is still available on Amazon and BarryM’s Silk range create a similar matte finish.

This is an old favourite of mine that I found within my collection when @SamaraBeauty_ suggested I paint my nails lilac. I’ve got a collection of over 200 polishes so I often turn to Twitter to pick colours, it gets far to difficult for me, I’m the sort of person that would rather chose one or the other. You can get away with doing just one coat of this as it covers so well but I used two for this look.

Did you manage to snap up any of BarryM’s Foil Range? What do you think of it?

Until next time,

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  1. NJCDesigns
    20th July 2015 / 10:22 am

    Wonderful post, although your manicure is so simple, the formula for the polish gives a unique twist on your average manicure. Love it!


  2. 20th July 2015 / 11:20 am

    Love this look, simple but effective. Also loving the new blog design, it looks amazing! And just noticed that I've given you your 33,333rd page view – I like numbers like that, lol 🙂

  3. 20th July 2015 / 11:56 am

    This is gorgeous, I love simple foil looks because you get all the shine without have to resort to glitter.


  4. 20th July 2015 / 2:48 pm

    This is such a pretty shade! Metallic's look so cool and chic. I'm not one for polishes so a collection of over 200 sounds absolutely mind boggling to me – at least you'll never run out of choices!

    Fii || little miss fii

  5. 22nd July 2015 / 12:09 pm

    Looks fantastic