Article by | Stephanie Usher
One thing you will quickly learn about me is that I’m addicted to all things coconut! I love eating it and I love anything that is coconut scented! So when the Barry M Coconut Infusion Nail Polish range was announced, I was really excited!
The new line up from Barry M, named Coconut Infusion, is designed to pair gorgeous colours with top quality nail care ingredients. The innovative formulation uses a blend of Coconut Water and Coconut Oil. This is designed to give our nails a little boost of hydration and a lot of nourishment. The polishes also include Vitamins B & C, which offer anti-oxidising properties and strength to your nails.
The best bit is that you get to wear these lovely nourishing polishes, but not compromise on colour or quality. The Coconut Infusion line up includes nine shades in total, offering everything from nude shades to bright pinks. If you happen to be stuck on which ones to get, I’ve swatched them all for you here! From the top to the bottom we have; Aloha (a beautiful bright pink), Laguna (a soft pale blue), Skinny Dip (a light nude), Starfish (a slightly darker nude), Tiki Hut (a rich chocolate brown), Surfboard (a stunning pale pink), Sunkissed (a brown shade with a bit of an orange undertone) and Bikini (my personal favourite, a lovely mint green).
As always, the Coconut Infusion Nail Paints come packaged in the iconic square Barry M bottles, but this time they have finished with a bronze-metallic lid. They also have the Barry M brush, which is actually one of my favourites in my nail polish collection, as it allows you to be very precise and provides the right amount of polish. The Coconut Infusion Nail Paint reminds me of the Barry M’s Gelly Manicure, offering a smooth and glossy finish.
I’m sold – here’s to more brands creating polishes that nourish your nails as well as looking absolutely gorgeous – you need to try these!
The Barry M Coconut Infusion Nail Paints are available now for £4.99 from both Boots and Superdrug.
Have you tried the new Coconut Infusion Range? Which is your favourite colour?
Stephanie also writes over at Hope Freedom Love