Barielle Miami Heat Cover

Barielle Miami Heat

Barielle Miami Heat CoverIt’s hard for me to believe I haven’t done a post on Miami Heat yet! It’s constantly been on my nails recently. I used it in my American flag nails as well as my nautical manicure. Miami Heat has definitely turned into my go to red this summer!

Interestingly enough, Barielle describes Miami Heat as a sheer jelly red. This polish is no where NEAR sheer. A more accurate description of Miami heat is a bright red creme jelly hybrid. Or, and I hate this word but…., a crelly.

This red is fairly neutral though it does have the slightest of yellow undertones. Miami Heat is definitely a red anyone can rock.

The formula is fantastic. I used just two coats in my swatches and topped it with Barielle No Chip Speed Dry top coat.

Miami Heat is from The Keys collection. I’ve reviewed Barefoot in Bermuda and Panama Pina Colada from The Keys collection and I’m really enjoying the polishes. Oh, and in case you missed it, we are currently giving away the entire collection! Make sure to enter.

The Keys collection is available on the Barielle websiteMake sure to follow Barielle on Twitter as they often tweet coupon codes and specials.

As always, there are swatches under the jump.


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6 thoughts on “Barielle Miami Heat

  1. Anne July 17, 2014 at 10:37 pm

    Gorgeous color!

    • Alli July 18, 2014 at 11:23 am

      Agreed! I love it.

  2. tanguera July 29, 2014 at 10:28 pm

    A classic red with a jelly twist is a pretty alternative for summer. Looks more orange-tinged in the swatch than it does in the bottle, though. Oh and how could you not absolutely HEART the word “crelly”… you gotta admit, it’s better than the alternative… “jelleam.”

    • Alli July 30, 2014 at 2:24 pm

      Ok, to be fair, ANYTHING is better than jellem! haha

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