Comparison: Rimmel Barmy Blue and Indigo Crellies

   

BLUE-tiful! I love this rich blurple creme. Rimmel Barmy Blue is from their Salon Pro line and made with Lycra! Maybe that’s why I could dent it after it dried, and it still smoothed itself out. 
But it’s not the only indigo crelly (remember: Nailluminati term for creme+jelly finish) I own. I wondered how it would measure up to two other mesmerizing deep blues, Sinful Colors Into the Blue and OPI OPI…Eurso Euro. 

  

From the outside, the bottles all appear to contain the same color. On the nail it’s a different story!

Indigo crelly comparison


Into the Blue is darkest, but still retains its vibrancy. It almost makes Eurso Euro look dusty in comparison. And that diagonal dent you see on the Eurso Euro nail is the result of a nail completely splitting unawares! Has that ever happened to you? It was my first time. After snapping the photo I removed the color and clipped that booboo into non-existence. 

Barmy Blue is the most purple of them all. Each had slow-ish dry times that was made better by adding a layer of  Poshe top coat last. 

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About Abbi Crutchfield

Abbi Crutchfield is a comedian and host of You Can Do Better on truTV. She has been featured on NBC, VH1, CollegeHumor and in national commercials. She is a contributor to Someecards, and her jokes are listed among the Best Tweets of the Year by Huffington Post Comedy. She is a UCB alum and produces the popular stand-up hour The Living Room Show weekly in Brooklyn.
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