Friday, September 10, 2010

Barielle Shades: Aura Angora (Style in Argyle Collection)

Happy Friday readers! I hope the week has been going well for you and that you're ready for a great weekend. My ankle is getting better but it still hurts. Boo to not paying attention while hiking.

Today I have another color from the Style in Argyle Collection by Barielle Shades. This is called Aura Angora, it's described as a "royal gold creme". It's a really rich sort of mustard yellow color that seems to be so in this season. When I first saw the promo images of this one I thought it was going to be close in color to Classic Camel by China Glaze but it's much much more flattering on me than that one turned out to be, I think it's the creme finish. I love cremes. I find this just warm enough to really work for me, it was a nice surprise!

The formula on this is wonderful, like butta baby! I love it. Since it's sort of yellow I expected it to be a thick pigmented mess like many yellows are but this one was smooth and applied without any trouble. I am really impressed with the Barielle Shades I have tried so far, I cannot believe it's taken me this long to explore the line. Oh well, better late than never right?

Thanks, as always, for reading. Have a wonderful weekend and don't hesitate to drop me a line in the comments, I love to hear from you all!

Prim and Polished

Disclosure: This collection was furnished to me by PR for consideration. All reviews published on this blog are at my own discretion.


This polish is just gorgeous!!!

It makes me think of caramel. I love it :)

This polish is so not me - I have a lot of yellow in my skin tone. But, it looks great on you!

oeh normally I`m not really into yellow/bronze/warm colors, but I really like this one!

Same here - I usually hate these but this one got me hooked!

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Very interesting color! I kinda like it... its very sophisticated but edgy at the same time!

I agree Tasha it's pretty chic and totally different!