Have you heard? The Zoya Ultra PixieDust Collection for Fall 2014 is available to be pre-ordered!
This small (but mighty) collection features three sparkly shades in the fine-sugar texture, which is the Zoya PixieDust finish that many nailphiles (myself included) have fallen for.
They call this “Ultra PixieDust” because not only does it have fine micro glitter, but also larger hexagonal glitter for a cool effect!
In wine, plum, and red, these shades are saturated, and I feel like their rich hues would flatter most skin tones.
Which one is calling out your name? I think all three are gorgeous, but if I absolutely had to pick just one, it would be Zoya Noir, the vampy plum!
As with all Zoya PixieDust nail polishes, you don’t have to wear a base or top coat, which means you’ll finish painting your manicure in a snap!
Zoya Autumn is part of the Ignite Collection, which I’m very excited about because it’s fiesty and reminds me of spices like cinnamon and nutmeg!
I think this nail polish is appropriately named because it definitely screams fall to me. It has that warmth to it and some zing like a touch of ginger.
It’s one of those colours that’s very easy to sport because it’s not bright or crazy, yet it’s far from dull or boring.
There’s a ‘sizzle’ about this one, and the sparkle dances on your nails, which is fun to see!
You know how Ludacris yells, “LUDA!”? Well, when I first laid eyes on Zoya Yuna, for some reason, I read it as “YUNA!” like Luda! No, I can’t just read it normally.
This polish is all kinds of amazing. I can’t think of any nail polish I already own in my ever-growing stash that’s exactly like this, so it’s pretty unique. That’s a hard feat, considering that there are soooo many gorgeous nail polishes on the market. Kudos, Zoya!
This polish is an interesting dusty slate blue with golden-green sparkle. I looked at it for the longest time, and sometimes I thought the sparkles were golden, but contrasting the blue, they sometimes looked a little green.
Regardless, Zoya Yuna is really interesting, and I like how when you first glance at it, it’s unassuming and subtle. But when you take the time to look deeper, that’s when you see the sparkle, and it whispers sweet nothings!
This is the second blog post for today because I have some exciting news to share! (If you haven’t seen the other post today, go check it out – it’s a review of cool Bundle Monster Cabochons!)
Chat with Zoya’s Creative Director (Rebecca Isa) on Twitter on Wednesday August 27! This opportunity doesn’t come around often, so jump on it, and ask anything you’re curious about.
- Follow @ZoyaNailPolish
- Use #FALLingForZoya in your tweet from 8-9 pm EDT (5-6 pm PDT) on Wednesday August 27
The Twitter party will include:
- Fall’s hottest nail colours
- Trends from the New York Fashion Week runway
- GIveaways (for U.S. residents)
- Plus more!
There are two halves, which make up the new release, which can now be pre-ordered on their official website: the Zoya Entice Collection and Zoya Ignite Collection.
Although both look very promising, I’m drawn more to the Zoya Ignite Collection because of the amazing finish – it’s so fiery!
Those polishes look like the kind where you can’t stop staring on your nails in all different lighting.
Out of all the shades in the Zoya Ignite Collection, Remy makes my heart skip a beat and then do Double Dutch in the school yard! Yeah, that’s how gorgeous I think the shade is!
Which half do you like more, and what are your top 3 picks?
Zoya sent me some new information regarding the Zoya Naturel Deux (2) Collection that’s available to be pre-ordered starting today!
If you loved the first Zoya Naturel Collection, you’ll also like these new additions that feel right at home in terms of being work-appropriate and easy-to-wear.
While I’m head over heels in love with green nail polish and bold shades that scream their little lungs out, I can appreciate a good neutral every now and then. I always feel really classy when I do so, and I can count on Zoya to deliver creamy formulas that apply beautifully.
In the new Zoya Natural Deux Collection, there are 6 new shades. Half are brownish, and the other half are plummy.
Check out the rest of this post for more detailed information that Zoya sent me, as well as promo pictures, so you’ll get a better idea of the colours and how they can be worn together in many different combinations.
A while back, I was wearing OPI Juice Bar Hopping, which is from the new Neon Collection that I did a Quick Post about before.
At that time, it occurred to me that I hadn’t done nail art in what seemed like forever. But, I didn’t have too much time – my schedule these days is so packed, it’s like an elephant’s overstuffed suitcase thrown into one of those little clown cars!
So I played around without any rhyme or reason and did an easy nail design using dots and diagonal sections with Zoya Dillon from the Awaken Collection, which I did a Quick Look post on and also reviewed in-depth here.
Stay tuned because I’ll be sharing lots of swatches of OPI Juice Bar Hopping. I’ve already worn it solo and taken photos – just need to crop them!