Barney Sucks

Bright lilac purple creme.  You will notice on the swatches of this polish that it looks completely different in different lighting and hand positions.  A chameleon creme!


5-free and cruelty free

Complete coverage in 1-2 coats.

Swatch photos courtesy of: Fashion PolishBruised Up DollieDe-Lish-Ious NailsAngepinselt@comonamonaglitterfingersss   

Country of Origin:  USA

All Colors by llarowe polishes are hand blended in large batches and slight differences may occur from batch to batch. We use pure, un-cut suspension base in our polishes. You may find that the polish is thick and please use a good quality thinner to thin to your desired consistency. Do not use acetone to thin polishes.

Swatches are representative of the colors as close as possible, however the actual color may appear different depending on your monitors resolution and color settings. Bloggers may represent each color differently due to camera settings, lighting, skin tone, etc. and should only be used as a reference for general color. Results may vary.

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The product listed above is one of many quality products in our catalog. It has been thoroughly inspected and has sufficiently met the strict quality standards here at Llarowe. Please feel free to contact us if you have any questions about your purchase or our products. We're here to help!

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Customer Reviews (1)

Love the NameReview by Sista Chic
First, let's just stop a minute to appreciate the name. How cute! I hated Barney, but LOVE this polish. She's an in-your-face bright purple that will get noticed. Formula glides on. Glad to have her in my collection. (Posted on 4/11/2017)

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