4.22.2010

Barielle Myrza's Meadow

Barielle Myrza's Meadow is being called a light lime green with silver glitter but really it's multicolored glitter in the bottle.  This was one of the special colors from the Wildflower collection that Barielle was donating 100% of the proceeds to the Ovarian Cancer Research Fund.  Now, I recently saw this color featured as one of the "pretty ugly" colors on another blog, and while I can't quite call this color "ugly", I am slightly reminded of weird baby vomit when I see it.  Blame my kid.


I used Seche Natural for my base, 3 coats of Myrza's Meadow and just for fun, I did not use a top coat.  As you can see, it definitely leaves the nails a bit gritty from the glitter.


I'm sure if I had a coordinating dress or maybe a nice white button down shirt (?) that I wanted a pop of color with, this would work out.  I almost wish that Barielle had left the glitter out of the color, and then I think this would have been a perfect color.


Barielle retails for $8/bottle.

Disclosure: The product[s] in this post was [were] provided to me by the company for consideration.  For more information, please read this post.

6 comments:

  1. I like that color, it looks so springly. I never heard about this brand :-)

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  2. I have to agree with you. I have Myrza's Meadow and I was kind of disappointed with how it went on. Did you feel the same way about June Bug? I have that one as well, but have yet to try it because of my experience with this one.

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  3. Hey MJ! I reviewed June Bug not too long ago and I liked the color SO much better than with this one, but the application was a bit harsh. You can see it by clicking on the Barielle label and scrolling down. ^_^

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  4. It looks similiar to OPI's Gargantuan Green Grape, which is a sheer creme, but I might be totally off haha GGG might be a little lighter I'm thinking... have you tried it?

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  5. I haven't - I'm still very new to the OPI brand - weird huh?

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