Barielle Keys Collection Part 2

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Hey there! Happy Fourth of July!!!!   I hope you are enjoying the day.  Lots of cook outs and celebrations going on. I enjoyed some fun tonight, but I had to wear a coat it was so chilly out!

Today I have the other three polishes in the Keys collections from Barielle.  I hope you enjoy them.
If you didn't see my first part of this collections you can see it here.

The first of today's set is Panama Piña Colada, which as you can see is a bight yellow.  Barielle describes this as a creamy, soft melon yellow.  This is not soft in any way.  At least it wasn't to me.  I will say that yellow polishes are notorious for being horrible formula wise.  This one was not.  Not by any means.  It was a dream to apply and I only needed two coats for full opacity.  I topped this with Glossy Glam from Rica.

This is Paradise In the Tropics.  Barielle describes this as a deep fuchsia.  Which is pretty spot on.  Please pay no mind to the bottle in my hands.  Unbeknownst to me, this was not the right bottle for this polish.  So it doesn't match.  I didn't notice till it was too late.  This is two coats topped with Glossy Glam from Rica.

Last up is Miami Heat, which they describe as a sheer jelly red.  Which it exactly is.  Look at the pictures it is so squishy!!!!! This is three thin coats topped with Glossy Glam.  If you don't like visible nail line, then this is not for you.  Because as you can see, with three coats you can still see my nail line.  However, if you love really saturated colors that are jelly and very deep looking, then this one is for you.

These polishes are amazing.  They wear well, I wore Paradise in the Tropics for days.  I highly suggest snagging these if you can.

These retail for $8 each and I would not hesitate to spend that on additional colors.  
They also have a LOT of nail treatments available on their website, if you are having problem nails (like me with ridges) check out their line of treatments.

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****Polishes sent to me for review, all opinions are 100% my own****

1 comment

  1. Great shades but I'm really liking Paradise in the Tropics a lot.