Hey dolls! This evening I have photos of the second Barielle Fall collection, Runway Fever. This collection consists of three cremes, one jelly, and one metallic. I didn’t have problems with the formula on any of the polishes and they all dried relatively quickly. All pictures are without top coat.
Ali’s Lace Cover Up is described as a muted, dusty pink. This shade is pretty and has just the right amount of purple undertones to make it great for the cooler seasons. Two coats were used.
Erica’s Pencil Skirt is described as a creamy deep wine. This polish is a jelly which automatically means I like it. Oxblood, otherwise known as wine, is one of the big color trends this year, so Barielle is on point with this shade. Three coats were used.
Jordana’s Skinny Jeans is described as a frosted sapphire blue. Love this shade! I didn’t have any brushstroke issues nor is it too frosty. This one was almost opaque in one coats, but I used two out of habit.
Rusted Vintage Boots is described as a creamy rust. This color would definitely be great on a pair of riding boots! I used two coats for opacity.
One Shade of Gray is described as a dark gray with purple. At first I thought I had another polish similar to this one, but I don’t! The purple undertones make it a really unique shade. Two coats were used.
Overall, this is a solid collection and I like the names. My favorites are Jordana’s Skinny Jeans, Erica’s Pencil Skirt, and One Shade of Gray. The Runway Fever collection is on sale here on the Barielle site and costs $8 per bottle (they are usually bogo 50% off as well). Barielle is hosting a Holiday Manicure Contest on their facebook page. Starting Tuesday, December 18th at 9:00 AM EST until Friday, December 21st at 1:00 PM EST, you can post holiday looks using Barielle polishes on their page. The person with the most likes will win one 5 pack special of their choice and the winner will be announced Monday, December 24th.
*Products in this post were provided by PR for review.*