Barry M Quickdry Nail Polishes; Swatch and Review

The Barry M quickdry nail polishes are a fairly new launch and I couldn’t wait to try them out! I’m not a massive fan of the gelly nail polishes they sell as I find even if I let them dry all day, when I wake up the next morning they still have indents and texture markings on them. 

In a Heart Beat – A beautiful pinky peachy colour – Perfect for the spring to summer transition period
Eat My Dust – A gorgeous pastel blue – Something different for summer compared to the normal summertime shades



Full Throttle– A stunning toned down orange – Not too in your face like oranges can be and perfect for fingers or toes




Overall I was very impressed with these nail polishes, they do what they say on the bottle, they’re very fast drying. The packaging is very chic but I have never been and I’m still not a fan of the brush you apply the nail polish with. I find that I get streaky lines and struggle to cover the whole of the nail as the brush is thin and almost rounded not flat. Apart from the applicator I think this new range is great and they have filled the gap that was needed for a product like this at Barry M. These are such a reasonable price and I’m already eyeing up the mint blue shade called road rage. You can’t ever have too many nail polishes, right? Well that’s what I’ll keep telling myself!

What do you think of these nail polishes if you’ve tried them? If you have which colour is your favourite or which do you want to try? Tell me what your holy grail summer nail polish shade is!

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