NAILS: all-in-one pink glitter

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I am very late to post about this cute pink nail polish, but I like it so much I decided it needs a special mention on the blog. Superdrug is celebrating its 50th birthday this year and a couple of brands decided to release a limited edition products to fete this half-century anniversary in style. One of the brands is Barry M which released this beautiful nail polish to mark the occasion. It's pink, has few glitter particles varying in size, shape and colour and gives beautiful finish on the nails. I only needed two coats to get some fun and unique manicure, so I am definitely happy with my purchase. The only negative is that it is another Barry M nail polish which has bad quality brush - few hairs were sticking out and I had to cut them down to avoid messy application.


  1. This is such a nice colour, I love sparkly nail polish!
    Eden from edenroses xx

  2. What a gorgeous colour though!

    Hannah xo | hannatalks

  3. That is such a beautiful, beautiful shade of pink! I agree on the Barry M brushes though - they always have such splayed out bristles! xx

    Gemma // Miss Makeup Magpie

  4. I have pink on my toes right now- nothing beats sparkly pink for summer!

  5. It looks so pretty and playful for the summer! totally love it!! xx

    Intan Thalia
    The Wishing Dust

  6. I could forgive the brush for this beautiful polish. That sweet pink shade is stunning & combined with the glitter - it has everything. Love it

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