Barielle Keys Collection

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**Press Samples**

Holy cow, you guys!! This new collection from Barielle is beautiful! The summer 2014 set of six is called the Keys Collection. "The Keys Collection celebrates the warm, sun-filled, tropical beach days enjoyed all over the world. These beautiful, creamy, high-fashion colors set the mood for paradise vacations." As you scroll through the colors you can definitely see the tropics in the inspiration. It will make you want to book a vacation too so proceed at your own risk! ;o)

Miami Heat is described as "a sheer jelly red". A stunning vibrant red that is a must have in anyone's collection. It is a sheer jelly, but three coats gives it a nice opacity. $8

Hawaiian Sunset is described as "a shimmery orange". This beautiful shade of tangerine is speckled with flecks of gold. It really the perfect shade of sunset. This is three coats for full opacity. $8

Paradise in the Tropics is described as "a creamy fuchsia". A beautiful dark fuchsia creme, this beauty is opaque in two coats. $8

Panama Pina Colada is described as "a creamy yellow". This perfect lemon yellow creme was opaque in two coats but I did three coats to even out the formula. My new favorite yellow creme, hands down! $8

Topless in St. Tropez is described as "a creamy pink with coral". Opaque in two coats, this beautiful carnation pink has a dusting of silver shimmer throughout. $8

Barefoot in Bermuda is described as "a creamy hot pink". This flirty Barbie pink is opaque in two coats and is just dying to be worn with a bikini and a daiquiri!! $8

This collection is a pink lovers dream. So many stunning shades and each of the six compliment the others perfectly! These formulas are perfect and self leveling after 2-3 coats. I didn't have to clean up at all, the brushes were easy to use and manipulate. The collection is available now at for $8 a bottle. Order your set now, but make sure you have a beach nearby! If not, your toes will find themselves in that zen garden you keep around for when you're out of coffee. 

All of the above swatches used Barielle's Nail Rebuilding Protein base coat $17.50 and No Chip Speed Dry top coat $12.50 as well as A Girl Obsessed'sSweet Nectar cuticle oil $6.

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**The featured product in this post were provided to me by the manufacturer for my honest review. All opinions are my own. I was not compensated.**

Happy Polishing!!

Becky   :o)

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