Here is the second half of my Barielle polish order. I really love all the colors I picked out, and with the exception of one, the online color representations are fairly accurate.
Misbehaving Mistress is a deep, metallic tapue or dirty, metallic charcoal. In some lights it is more silvery-charcoal, and in others, the taupe base shows through. Either way, it's a really interesting color. It's in line with the taupe trend, but the metallic finish makes it stand out. Plus, I really like that it applies non-streaky.
Hidden Hideaway is a metallic raisin color. This one was the interloper...see how pretty?! It's not as metallic as Misbehaving Mistress, but it still falls in that category. Indoors, it is nearly black. Outdoors, the slightly brown base is more evident, and in the sunlight the fuchsia shimmer really glows, giving it a lit-from-within look.
Blackened Bleu really lives up to it's name, as it is a sheer, black base chockful of sapphire blue glitter flakies. I'm pretty sure I've mentioned before that I'm not a blue fanatic, but this one is drop-dead gorgeous. Indoor, it's a pretty navy sparkle, but out in the sunlight, that blue shimmer just glows! I'm shocked how much I love this color.
Glammed-Out Garnet has a sheer red base and is loaded with iridescent magenta flakies. This polish is basically the red sister to Blackened Bleu, except the sparkles are iridescent. You can see the lilac flash in the bottle and on the nails, too. You might also detect a gold flash, but that kinda disappears. It's the magenta and lilac flash that are most evident. This is a really pretty polish, and a nice alternative the the plain ol' red. It would make for a great holiday mani, too. This, and the one above were four coaters.
Pin Up pretty much describes itself. A creamy tomato red with pink shimmer that just screams 40's screen star. You can see there are gold flakies, but they just disappear. A bit of a shame, as I think the gold flakies would add just another pretty dimension to this polish.
Out-grey-geous is a sheer, grey shimmer with gold flakies that flash multi-color in the sunlight. This is the one that I think is misrepresented on Barielle's site. It is described as a silver shimmer, but in my mind, silver is much lighter and more metallic. I initially passed on it when I did my online order, but this polish caught my eye in Ulta, so I picked it up. This base is nearly a jelly, and took four coats to reach opacity, but I really love it. So many of the grey polishes have a blue cast to it, but this one doesn't. It is a true grey shimmer and the gold flakies (which are visible!) give it just a bit of a warm cast. As far as edgy, grey polishes go, this one is very wearable, thanks in part to the fine shimmer and gold flakies. (Please ignore the nail dents...I did the final coat before I went to bed. Yes, I should know better.)
Find Barielle online (buy two, get one going on right now!) and a small selection available in-store at Ulta.