New for Spring 2015! Barry M have brought out a line of fast drying nail polishes. Speedy Quick Dry Nail Paint. Hurrah it's like beauty addicts prayers have been answered. No more faffing around not being able to carry on your normal activities while you have your hands fanning the air with your fingers spread like your attempting to fly! No more ruined manicures due to an ugly dent because you bashed your finger on something when you thought your colour was dry. Times are changing!
Here's what Barry M say;
New Speedy Nail Paint - dries at lightning speed for a perfect mani in seconds. With an innovative new flat brush for an easier application, a more precise finish can be achieved in just 2 quick coats! Wet, set....go!
The collection are a heavenly selection of pretty spring pastel shades. The brush is wider than Barry M's standard brush which definitely makes applying the polish much easier. The consistency is good for pastels which are notoriously thin and streaky. I'd say most shades you can get away with 2 coats, but a few of the colours (blue, yellow and the two green shades), I found looked more opaque with three.
Drying time. All of the colours were touch dry within just a few minutes. I ensured I was still careful for 10 minutes and found they were completely dry when I went to check at the end of this time.
The colours (Shown on the colour wheel in order):
SDNP1 - Full Throttle - A beautiful pastel peach shade. Very similar to their Peach Melba but with a huge improvement in consistency and vibrant colour. Will look beautiful on tanned skin once we see some sunshine!
SDNP2 - Eat My Dust - A pale baby blue. Very pretty and delicate and unique.
SDNP3 - Road Rage - Stunning and hard to describe. I am torn between calling it a mint green or a turquoise as its definitely got blue tones as well as being a green colour.
SDNP4 - In a Heartbeat - I am a girl who loves pink and this is no exception. It is a head turning salmon pink and will look beautiful against all skin tones (especially on tanned toes in the summer!)
SDNP5 - Pole Position - Light Pastel Green. Again very unique and pretty. I'm very happy as it matches my new spring jumper!
SDNP6 - Pit Stop - An uber cool pastel grey/beige taupe. A really classy nude colour for understated chic nails. The colour is warm enough that it does not look washed out on my pale sun deprived hands!
SDNP7 - Stop The Clock - A very pale pastel yellow. Almost looking like cream in some light. Again will look mesmerising on tanned toes in the summer!
SDNP8 - Lap of Honour - A dusky mauve lilac shade. Again it looks extremely classy due to its pastel tone.
SDNP9 - Kiss Me Quick - Baby Pink, although pastel its good strong bold colour so looks great on paler spring skin tones
I'm quite surprised to find that my favourites aren't the colours that I would usually go for. Although I love my all time favourite pinks I find myself drawn to the more unique shades of Eat My Dust, Pit Stop, Stop the Clock and Lap of Honour!
Which colours do you think you will be trying at just £3.99 each.....?