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01-04-2009
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Barry M
What have you tried from Barry M? What did you think about it?
I haven't tried anything yet, but there are so much I want to try!
If there is someone that haven't heard about the Barry M here is the website: www.barrym.com

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02-04-2009
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Barry M has had a stand in the Topshop flagship store on Oxford Street in London for as long as I can remember.. I haven't tried a lot.. I have some loose eyeshadow powders which are okay..

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I've only used the nail polishes and lipstick and think they are good.

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The nail polishes are pretty good. Especially if you are just wanting to try a colour you wouldn't normally as they are v. cheap. I have a gittery eyeliner, which smudges ridiculously easily and ends up everywhere.

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11-04-2009
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Thank you so much for your answers!

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13-04-2009
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Another thumbs up for the nail polishes! I haven't tried anything else but definitely will do.

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The dazzle dusts (eye shadows) are amazing! So shiny and strongly pigmented, they last as well

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14-04-2009
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I have used the nail polish's, I'm wearing the Coral one now. It chips pretty easily though, even with 2 coats but its so cheap and the colours are great!
I have also used the dazzle dusts which are really good! Also there is usually offers on Barry M at like boots or superdrug, such as 3 dazzle dust's for £10!

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The dazzle dusts (eye shadows) are amazing! So shiny and strongly pigmented, they last as well
I love the dazzle dust. Similar to MAC pigment but much cheaper, and it's not like you need to use much to get a good effect.

I mainly use the nail varnishes, but I have a lipstick too.

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21-04-2009
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Oh yeah I have some dazzle dusts too. I don;t use them that often but they are pretty good. If you use a topcoat the nail varnish isn't too bad for chipping.

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Me too, Dazzle dusts are so exciting! I love getting them in summer when I know I'll be wearing lots of different brights!

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04-06-2009
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I love their nail polishes, there are so many interesting colours.

I don't think I am the right one to comment on their dazzle dusts, I have only tried one, a bright yellow but I was very disappointed. The pigment wasn't strong at all so what looked in the box like a very vibrant colour barely wasn't visible on the face.

But their lipsticks are good too, I bought a pink glittery lipstick that just are amazing.

I'm really annoyed that I live in a country that doesn't sell them, but thanks for the link, it is possible to buy their products online.

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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-8mM-f84qXE

I strongly suggest using a base under any pigment, that may be why it didn't show up.

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Agree with you The Ida - um Urban Decay Primer potion or a Mac paint pot as a base... or you could spritz the brush with Fix + before dipping in pigment making it more vibrant on application..

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I am impressed with the pigmentation of their lip paints, they have some gorgeous colors

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