Hi there again lovelies! With the chaos of the move, I completely forgot to post this review, even though the pictures have been finished for several weeks. The Barielle Keys Collection consists of six fun shades that are reminiscent of summertime from places all over the world.
Paradise in the Tropics is a deep pinkish/fuchsia creme. It was opaque in two coats and there were no issues with application.
Hawaiian Sunset is a bright orange with golden shimmer. This one went on without any issues in two coats. I absolutely adore this color!
Topless in St. Tropez is a soft pink creme with silver shimmer. This one was streaky in the first coat and took three coats to look even on the nail. The shimmer is really pretty in this one as well! Too bad, I'm not a soft pink kind of girl.
Miami Heat is a bright fiery red jelly polish. It applied easily in three coats and dried to a high gloss finish, even without topcoat. This is one sexy polish that fits its name perfectly.
Panama Pina Colada is a pale yellow creme. The formula was really streaky with the first coat and it took three coats to even out. This is a nice yellow shade, but there is nothing unique about the color.
Barefoot in Bermuda is a hot pink crelly type of polish. It had a good formula and only needed two coats to become opaque.
I think there are some really pretty polishes in this collection. I am appalled at the inclusion of two pink shades that are so similar. Hawaiian Sunset it the definite winner here for me! What about you? You can purchase Barielle polishes online by clicking HERE.