Tuesday, September 3, 2013

Barielle Sophisticated Lady Collection

Disclosure

Ready for Fall? if you are not, you will need this kit.  It has all of the essential colors that we need and use for the Fall season.  There is Edgy, my second favorite, it is a violet almost black that applies effortlessly.  This one reminded me of Tom Ford Viper, but it is more purple than brown, very edgy, like its name.  London High Tea was a great pink, but most of the shimmer in the bottle did not translate to the nail as I had expected.  In Good Taste is a Deep Brown that will probably go well with just about anything (hot chocolate, maybe?).  Dinner at 8 was my favorite of the collection, so red, so perfectly vibrant and classy.  I don't own many reds and I stay away from them because of application, pooling or removal, but this was flawless in every way; it makes me want to wear red all the time.  It was just a perfect and pure red, a must see in real life for sure.  Tres Chic is a one-coater blue-toned grey.  Barielle had already delivered a one-coater lighter grey before, called Lilac Jelly Bean, and I had high expectations for this one.  Well, they did not disappoint.  All of these were easy to apply and easy to remove, despite the fact that they are super dark, and that red was so saturated!  None of them left any stains on my nails whatsoever, they are all excellent cremes made of a really good quality.  Lovely collection, a must have for this upcoming Autumn weather.

Where to order: http://www.barielle.com/ color chart here






Layering Order:
2 coats Barielle Edgy
Barielle Manicure Extender

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Layering Order:
2 coats Barielle London Tea
no basecoat or topcoat in these pictures

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Layering Order:
2 coats Barielle In Good Taste
Barielle Manicure Extender

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Layering Order:
2 coats Barielle Dinner at 8
no basecoat or topcoat in these pictures

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Layering Order:
1 coat Barielle Tres Chic
no basecoat or topcoat in these pictures

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