Friday, June 4, 2010

Barielle Nail Polish, Myrza's Meadow

Hello and Happy Friday! Hope you all had a good evening! Today I have the pleasure of joining my son for a 5th grade luncheon, one of many celebrations the graduating 5th grade class is having. So I don't have much time for blogging, but I wanted to get this post up before I headed out. This will be the last of my Barielle collection, at least until I get the last half dozen swatched. It's still raining here so it might be awhile lol!

Here we have Barielle's Myrza's Meadow, this is a pistachio green, a little on the dusty lime side. This has a silver glitter that reflects the rainbow. Kind of like a holographic glitter without the holo effect, if that makes sense. I was so excited to try this one out! I loved the concept and uniqueness of this color, but I have to say it turned out a little dull on me. Not sure if this is due to my skin color or the lighting. But the glitter was mostly silver and grainy looking to me. The rainbow effect of the glitter just didn't transfer well to the nails. This was 2 coats, 1 coat SV, and seems a little more difficult to apply evenly then the others. I will give this one another try with 3 coats and more patients and see if I like it better then.

That's it for today, hope you all have a wonderful weekend. Next up I hope to get my pics edited and show you the Ulta matte-Rial girl collection of mini's I picked up a few months back. I luv this collection!


  1. Oh, dear. This is the 2nd poor review of Myrza today! And I have it sitting untried in a box. Drat.

  2. Really? I didn't hear anything bad about this one before. You should give it a try and see if you like it with your skin tone.

  3. I like this shade! Looks adorable on you. I liked the whole collection this came from. Must've been nice having the luncheon with your son. So nice that you go to your childrens functions. They'll be things they'll never forget.

  4. I like this collection too, I have a few more from it. The luncheon was really cool! Going to the school is the silver lininng of being unemployed.


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