The colour correcting does work well but doesn't last. I find redness reappears shortly after application.
It provides a nice base but might not be great for oilier skin types.
Barry M was created in 1982 in London, Great Britain. Founder Barry Mero worked selling cosmetics but realised no-one was creating the exciting, vivid colours his customers were looking for. It didn’t take long before Barry M cosmetics developed a cult reputation among the new romantic, punk and goth scenes of the time. Known for bold, on-trend colours, quality products and an affordable price point, Barry M built the strong reputation they maintain today.
Barry M first became known for their Nail Paints. Available in a wide range of colours and finishes, from classic nudes to on-trend holographic shimmers. Newer formulas include the Coconut Infusion range, with an innovative formula that includes Coconut Oil and Coconut Water to infuse nails with antioxidants for a healthier and shinier result.
Never one to shy away from a trend, Barry M has several products for anyone wanting to try out unicorn and holographic makeup styles. Add a cosmic touch to eyes and lips with the Holographic Eyeshadow and Lip Toppers. Featuring dazzling shifting colour and intense pigmentation, these products are designed to be combined with other eye and lip colours for an added hit of colour and sparkle.
For a highlight that packs a punch, try the Liquid Chrome Highlighters. Available in five shades, these drops easily customise any foundation to add some glow. Wear mixed in with moisturiser or foundation, or wear on top of foundation for a highlight that just won’t stop.
Barry M don’t just love cosmetics - they love animals too. Since the beginning Barry M cosmetics have never tested their ingredients or finished products on animals, or engaged another company to do so on their behalf.
All Barry M products are suitable for vegetarians. Some products contain animal by-products such as bees’ wax (used in Barry M mascaras) and so are not suitable for vegans.