We all know how much I love my Barry M 147 lipstick
so when I saw a beautiful coral lip gloss by the same brand 
that looked pretty much like a liquid version of 147 I just had to snap one up!

Barry M Coral Lip Gloss is one of three new shades that Barry M have recently rolled out.
Coral is of course a light orange tinged peach with a subtle hint of pink,
that is warm in tone but as it is a gloss it should work well with the majority of skin tones!
As mentioned this does remind me very much of Barry M lip paint in 147
which reminds me of Mac Ever Hip so you can see where I am going with this...
yes it is some what similar to Mac Ever Hip albeit a little less pigmented!

Surprisingly for a lip gloss this is not all that sticky and not as sheer as I thought it would be.
The pigmentation is average and it provides a nice level of glossy colour,
that is moisturising and fairly light and comfortable to wear.
I personally really enjoy the scent/taste of this formula to me it smells very reminiscent of sherbet
but if you don't like scented lip products then I suggest you skip this product
as the scent is noticeable when worn.
In terms of wear this does perform how a typical gloss does - I achieved around an hour of wear
with each application so not really long lasting but a very pretty shade!

Product Summary
Round Up - A bright glossy coral lip product that is moisturising and non-sticky.
Best For - Anyone who enjoys coral shades particularly glossy shades.
Pigmentation - (4/10) typical of a gloss.
Availability - All Barry M counters/stockists and Barry M web page - link, £4.49/2.5ml