June Nail Art Challenge: 11 – Neon Gradient (Barry M White Review)

Hello 🙂
I’ve combined 2 posts today as I used my new Barry M Matt White nail paint as my June Nail Art Challenge base! I only purchased it because my Sinful Colors Snow Me White is running out and my local Boots store doesn’t stock Sinful Colors anymore! 😦 I picked up the Barry M White for £2.99 instead. Pictures show 2 coats on all but my ring finger which has 3.

Barry M Matt White Barry M Matt White

As you can see, it’s not streak free in 2 coats and is also a little patchy with 3! The polish is a bit thin and isn’t very pigmented. It doesn’t beat Snow Me White!, which is opaque in 2 coats! It has a much better formula.

Sinful Colors Snow Me WhiteAnyway, today’s nail art challenge from Californails is Neon Gradient and I decided to use my new summer 2014 neon O.P.I.s. The swatches for the whole collection will be up tomorrow but for now I’ll be using Push & Pur-Pul and Down To The Core-Al sponged over a white base of Barry M. On my ring finger I decided to use striping tape to create a quick nail art design and finished it all off with No. 7 matte topcoat. Simple but I really like it.

Neon Gradient Nails - OPI Neons Neon Gradient nails

I like these 2 colours together 🙂 What do you think?

Like I said, I’ll be uploading my swatches and review of the summer 2014 O.P.I neons tomorrow so stay tuned for that!

C x


5 thoughts on “June Nail Art Challenge: 11 – Neon Gradient (Barry M White Review)

  1. […] Hello 🙂 Today I have my favourite mani I’ve ever done! I’ve used all Barry M nail paints for this skittle mani. I have an unexpected trip home and I haven’t been for a while so I wanted to do my nails for the occasion! I used the textured nail polish in Lady (far left) and Ridley Road (far right), Gellies in Prickly pear (left) and sugar Apple (right) and for the base on all but 2 of my nails Matt White, which I’ve reviewed here. […]


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