Barielle Blossom

This is the last of the Wildflower collection by Barielle.  Blossom is hailed as a creamy opaque peach, which is pretty accurate.  Now, when I got this bottle in the mail, it was pretty bad - something happened and the bottle was covered in peach gooey greatness.  I guess maybe it just wasn't sealed all the way?  I did some cleaning to the bottle but the rim is still pretty sticky, and oddly, it appears that the polish is SUPER thick.  I don't really think that's supposed to be that way, but I didn't want to thin it before my review.

I took this picture very late in the evening so as you can see, the sun is going down and honestly, my sun picture wasn't true to life, so here is a shade picture instead.
Notice that in the shade, it looks much more pink than peach, but it's definitely a peach color.  I used a coat of Seche Retain for my base, and 2 coats of Blossom.  I did not use a top coat, and after earing the polish for about twenty minutes, an odd thing started to happen.

Weird bubbling.  The picture is horrible in terms of color but what is with the bubbling?  I think I may have just gotten a bad bottle of polish, because this was the worst one out of the whole collection application wise, but was also the only damaged in transit bottle too.  The color doesn't give me maniquin hands like I thought it would, but it is a good neutral color for the office.

Barielle retails for $8/bottle.

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