Barielle Keys Collection for Summer 2014 - swatches, review and nail art

Wednesday, July 9, 2014

Did you know Barielle got its beginning by creating products to condition the hooves of million-dollar thoroughbred racehorses? So if those owners of those elite animals trusted the product I think I can too. Actually, Barielle is one of my favorite brands. It's formula is usually spot on.

The Keys Collection for Summer 2014 celebrates the warm, sun-filled, tropical beach days celebrated world wide. These gorgeous, creamy and high-fashion shades set the stage for paradise vacations - even if that is only your back yard.

This collection has some vibrant colors to sensationalize your summer. Let's take a look.

Miami Heat

This sheer jelly red is a classic color. The jelly finish adds significant shine and a vibrant shade. This is three coats. Two coats probably would have sufficed.

Barielle - Miami Heat
Barielle - Miami Heat

Hawaiian Sunset

This shimmery burnt orange shade is gorgeous. I think this is my favorite of the collection. This is two coats.
Barielle - Hawaiian Sunset
Barielle - Hawaiian Sunset

Paradise in the Tropics

This shade is truly tropical. It is a deep fuschia creme polish that is sure to be an eye-catcher. This is two coats. 

Barielle - Paradise in the Tropics
Barielle - Paradise in the Tropics

Panama Pina Colada

This is a gorgeous creamy yellow. It's light and cheery and is sure to brighten your day. This is two coats.

Barielle - Panama Pina Colada
Barielle - Panama Pina Colada

Barefoot in Bermuda

This cream polish is sure to be a hit. It's a hot pink that will be perfect for those hours by the pool or sunning in the sand. This is two coats.   
Barielle - Barefoot in Bermuda
Barielle - Barefoot in Bermuda

Topless in St. Tropez

This shimmery polish is a creamy and almost nude shade with a hint of coral. It will be perfect against tanned skin. This is two coats. 

Barielle - Topless in St. Tropez
Barielle - Topless in St. Tropez
And of course I had to try some nail art with these. I used Miami Heat for the base color, Panama Pina Colada for the flowers and Topless in St. Tropez for accents.

Floral Nail Art

Which of these polishes is your favorite? They are all gorgeous and I had no issues with application. You can buy these polishes at for $8 each. Make sure to follow Barielle on their Facebook page to keep up with collections and sales.

These polishes were sent to me for an honest review. All opinions are my own. Please note computer monitors may vary in color display. 

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