Friday, November 16, 2012

New Fall/ Winter 2012 Shades from Barielle

Happy Thursday!! 

  This evening I am back to share with you some of Barielle's new releases for Fall/Winter 2012. This post actually covers Two of their Fall/ Winter, Five polish sets. Barielle to me always means fantastic cremes and they definitely delivered on that expectation with these Two collections. 

To see swatches of these beautiful Barielle polishes just continue reading!


The first Four colors are from the New York Style Set. One of my shades suffered an accident in transit, Soho at Night. So I only have four to show you from this set.

Barielle Big Apple Red
 This shade is exactly what it sounds like. Big Apple Red is a beautiful shade of deep, Blue toned Red creme. There is something very classic about this polish. The formula is perfect in every way and does great in Two coats, could have been one though.

Barielle 5th Avenue Boutique
 Fifth Avenue Boutique is a nice vivid Coral creme. This particular shade of Coral leans a bit more on the Orange side. I really like this shade against my skin tone and I think it would flatter just about anyone. The formula is great and does best in Two coats.

Barielle Central Park
 Central Park is a beautiful, muted shade of Jade Green creme. There is the slightest hint of light smokiness to this shade of Green. Once again a very wearable color and the formula is an absolute dream.

Barielle Greenwich Village
Greenwich Village is a Pink toned beige creme with a hidden Green micro shimmer. This is an interesting take on a nude and I fell in love with it almost instantly. The formula on this shade is great and only needs Two easy coats. 

The following Five shades are from the Runway Fever five piece set. 

Barielle One Shade of Grey
 I can't tell you how annoyed I get at any and all "50 Shades of Grey" references. That book series is the worst thing to ever happen to literature.... Anywho, I am happy to report that this color is actually pretty great. One Shade of Grey is a nice concrete shade of Grey with slight Blue undertones. This color has a great formula and does great in two coats.

Barielle Erica's Pencil Skirt
 Erica's Pencil Skirt is a deep, vampy Burgundy creme-jelly with some slight Brown undertones. This is a Fall classic. Not really my thing but still a great shade for the season. I did Two coats of color.

Barielle Allie's Lace
 Allie's Lace is a beautiful, Pink toned, beige creme. I really loved this color and how wearable it is. The formula on this shade is amazing and does great in Two easy coats.

Barielle Jordana's Skinny Jeans
Jordana's Skinny Jeans is a beautiful metallic Denim Blue. I really LOVE this shade. I also think this color would be great for stamping. The formula on this color is amazing and does great in Two easy coats.

Barielle Rusted Vintage Boots
 Rusted Vintage Boots is an interesting shade of True Terracotta creme. This is Fall in a creamy liquid form :D. I wasn't sure how I felt about this shade but I really liked how it looked on me so I grew to really like it. Two easy coats. 

  And that does it for this Barielle post. Barielle cremes are just fabulous! They always make the application so very easy and neat. I've been a huge Barielle fan since the day I tried Decadence! 

Do you have any faves from these sets?

(**Barielle products provided for Review**)

8 comments:

  1. I love Central Park and Soho At Night...so sorry to hear that yours didn't make it =/

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  2. I don't know if we can get Barielle in Canada, but I will keep my eye out for them. I'm always on the lookout for cremes with a good formula. I think my favourites are Rusted Vintage Boots and One Shade of Grey (and I enjoyed your opinion on 50 shades...)

    For some reason, the name Jordana's Skinny Jeans makes me think of some of the jeans I wore back in junior high, acid wash with zippers at the ankles. Yikes!

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  3. I am really pleased to see so many collections through fall and into winter looks like now too that are featuring some brighter colors as well as including some soft kind of nude hues too - we really do have 'permission' to wear all shades all fall and winter this yr. I am still a huge fan of grays, blacks for the long haul in my wardrobe - but found I am rocking the bright fuchsia or brilliant cobalt blue high low shurg over my basic wardrobe blacks.

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  4. I second that statement about "50 Shades of Grey"!!!! Worst. Book. EVER!! But anyway, looooving Greenwich Village! Everything else... meh.

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  5. I love Central Park and Greenwich village! Gorgeous! Fantastic swatches, as always!

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  6. I love the last 2 from the first set, and the first 2 from the second set! And I have not read the 50 Shades of Grey series but I agree it is the worst thing ever!!!

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  7. I'd love to get my hands on Central Park, One Shade of Gray and Allie's Lace :) gorgeous swatches!

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