Happy Saturday! Things are super busy around the Jordan household. I'm not sure if I shared with you all, but we are moving to the Boston area at the beginning of August. That being the case...we have so much to do. We finally settled on a realtor and our house is about to go up on the market. It is very bittersweet for me, as this is our very first home that we purchased. Sigh...
Finishing up my last semester of grad school had me a little behind on blogging at times. Hence, the reason you are just seeing this collection that I've had for some time now. Sowwy. Anyway, I decided I should finish up the spring collections I have on my desk before showing off all of the awesome summer ones that I'm starting to receive. Without further ado...here are the Barielle Vibrants.
My City Apartment is a pale grey creme. The formula was good. It is shown here with two coats and no topcoat. This has the typical formula I have come to really like from Barielle.
Barielle Take Me Shopping is a super cute coral crelly. This one had a nearly perfect formula and was practically opaque in one coat, I used to coats without topcoat for these photos. This is absolutely one of my favorite colors to wear this spring.
First Class Ticket is a light blue creme. Again, the formula was flawless and went on on nearly opaque in one coat. It was perfectly smooth in two. The color is not unique at all, but the formula makes up for that.
Fire Me Up is a bold and vibrant orange crelly. Yes, yes, and yes!! This orange is amazing! The formula was SPOT ON and I couldn't ask for a better bright orange. I used two coats without topcoat for these photos. I absolutely love the way this looks on my complexion, but I am sure it looks great on a variety of skin tones.
Money Talks is a mint green creme. This one had a weird formula. I don't know what the issue was with my bottle, but geesh...this was a pain in the butt. I looked at some reviews from others and there were no mentions of formula issues, so maybe it was my bottle. I had to repaint my nails three times just to get this one to look decent. I used two coats and topcoat was used to smooth it out.
Designer's Shoe is a dusty periwinkle creme. The formula was great and was nearly opaque in one coat. I used two coat without topcoat for these photos. I absolutely love everything about this polish!
In all, this is a really nice spring collection. I think it's very appropriate for a transition into the summer season. I like this collection much more than the Spring Velvets Collection that I previously reviewed HERE. You can purchase these polishes on Barielle's website for $8 each. Be sure to always keep up with the brand on Facebook and Instagram, as they are always advertising great specials.